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L I B RAHY 

OF THL 

UN IVLRSITY 

Of ILLINOIS 

C 



1915 



No. 8 






THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS 



UNIVERSITY CIRCULAR 



CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1915-1916 

OF THE 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

ESTABLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 



Baltimore, Maryland 

Published by the University 

Issued Monthly from October to July 

October, 1915 



[NewJSeries, 1915, No. 8] 
[Whole Number, 278] 



Entered, October 21, 1903, at Baltimore, Md., as second class matter, under 
Act of Congress of July 16, 1894 



THE 



JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 



Medical Department 



Established in connection with the Johns Hopkins Hospital 



Catalogue and Announcement for 1915-1916 

(Corrected to September 1, 1915) 



BALTIMORE 

The Johns Hopkins Press 

1915 



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CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Calendar 6, 7 

Trustees of the Johns Hopkins University 8 

Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 8 

Faculty 9 

Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty 33 

Standing Committees of the Faculty 33 

Other Officers 34 

Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 34 

Medical Staff of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary 35 

Medical Staff of the City Detention Hospital for the Insane, Bay 

View 42 

Requirements for Admission and Graduation — General Description of 
the Course of Instruction Offered to Candidates for the 
Degree of Doctor of Medicine: 

General Statement 45 

Requirements for Admission 46 

Requirements for Graduation 49 

Examinations 50 

General Plan of Instruction 52 

Clinical Opportunities 55 

General Information: 

Registration 59 

Charges for Tuition 59 

Microscopes 59 

Scholarships 60 

Hospital Appointments 61 

Medical Supervision over Students 62 

Libraries 62 

Medical Societies 63 

Publications 63 

Departments of Instruction and Announcement of Courses: 

Anatomy 67 

Gross Anatomy (for Graduates) 69 

Physiology 69 

Physiology, Elementary and Advanced (for Graduates) 70 

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Physiological Chemistry 71 

Physiological Chemistry (for Graduates) 72 

Pharmacology, Experimental Therapeutics, Toxicology and Pharmacy. . . 73 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (for Graduates) 74 

Pathology, Bacteriology and Hygiene 74 

Experimental Pathology 76 

Hygiene 77 

Hygiene (for Graduates) 78 

Pathology, Elementary (for Graduates) 78 

Medicine (Including work in the Clinical Laboratories) 79 

Medicine, Elementary and Advanced (for Graduates) 86 

Diseases of the Nervous System 87 

Surgery 87 

Surgical Pathology (for Graduates) 90 

Urology 90 

Orthopedic Surgery 91 

Laryngology 92 

Pediatrics 93 

Obstetrics 94 

Obstetrics, Advanced (for Graduates) 95 

Gynecology 96 

Gynecological Pathology (for Graduates) 97 

Psychiatry 97 

Ophthalmology 99 

Clinical Ophthalmology, including Ophthalmoscopy (for Graduates) .... 99 

Dermatology 100 

Dermatology (for Graduates) 100 

Medical Zoology 101 

Legal Medicine 101 

Instruction in Art as Applied to Medicine 102 

History and Literature of Medicine 104 

Special Lectures 104 

Summer Courses for Graduates in Medicine: 

Medicine 107 

Pediatrics 109 

Surgery 109 

Gynecology Ill 

Obstetrics 112 

Psychiatry t 112 

Fees 113 

Schedule op Courses for the Session of 1915-1916: 

First Year 116 

Second Year 118 

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Third Year 120 

Fourth Year 122 

Appendix : 

Endowment 127 

The Women's Medical School Fund 128 

The Mary Elizabeth Garrett Fund 130 

Requirements for Admission, approved by the Medical Faculty, Feb- 
ruary 4, 1893 132 

The Baxley Medical Professorship 133 

The Herter Lectureship 133 

The Endowment of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 134 

The Endowment of the Clinical Laboratory 134 

The Fund for the Study of Tuberculosis 135 

The Phipps Fund for the Study of Tuberculosis 135 

The Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 135 

The Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children 136 

The James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute 136 

The William H. Welch Fund for Clinical Education and Research .... 136 

Catalogue op Students: 

Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine 141 

Geographical Distribution of Students enrolled and their places of 

Graduation 161 

Physicians attending Graduate Courses during 1914-1915 164 

Physicians attending Summer Courses, 1915 165 

Register op Graduates of the Medical Department op the Johns 
Hopkins University; 

Doctors of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University 171 

Places of Residence of the Graduates in Medicine of the Johns Hopkins 

University 219 

Publications of Instructors and Graduates of the Johns Hopkins Medical 

School for the year 1914-1915 234 

Alphabetical Index op Names 285 

Index 300 



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CALENDAR, 1915-1916 



1915. 

October 5 (Tuesday) — Instruction begins. Twenty-third academic 
year. 

November 25 (Thursday) — Thanksgiving Day. All classes sus- 
pended. 

November 29 (Monday) — Instruction resumed. 

December 24 (Friday) — The Christmas Recess begins. (9 a. m.) 

1916. 

January 3 (Monday) — Instruction resumed. 

February 22 (Tuesday) — Commemoration Day. Public exercises 
at 11 a. m. All classes suspended. 

April 20 (Thursday) — The Easter Recess begins. 

April 27 (Thursday) — Instruction resumed. 

May 1 (Monday) — Last day of application for Hopkins Scholar- 
ships for Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia. 

June 13 (Tuesday) — Commencement Day. Public exercises at 4 
p. m. 

September 29 (Friday) — Candidates for admission will assemble in 
the auditorium of the Physiological building (East Monu- 
ment and Washington streets), at 10 a. m. 

October 3 (Tuesday) — Instruction resumed. Twenty-fourth aca- 
demic year. 



The Treasurer's office is at 712 N. Howard Street, and is open 
daily from 9 a. m. to 4.15 p. m. 

The office of the Registrar of the Medical Department is in the 
Physiological building, near the corner of East Monument and 
Washington Streets, and is open daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 

For catalogue and general information, address the Registrar 
of the Medical Department, The Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore, Maryland. 



TRUSTEES 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 

R. Brent Keyser Henry D. Harlan 

President Secretary 

Eugene Levering Miles White, Jr. 

Bernard N. Baker B. Howell Griswold, Jr. 

Francis M. Jencks John Glenn, Jr. 

Theodore Marburg Frederick W. Wood 

Blanchard Randall Daniel Willard 

The President of the University, ex officio 



W. Graham Boyce, Treasurer 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

Henry D. Harlan Henry M. Hurd, M. D. 

President Secretary 

William H. Grafflin Blanchard Randall 

William A. Marburg George K. McGaw 

George Cator Richard J. W 7 hite 

JonN M. Glenn Henry Phipfs 

R. Brent Keyser Henry Barton Jacobs, M. D. 



John C. Thomas, Treasurer 



FACULTY AND TEACHING STAFF 



FRANK JOHNSON GOODNOW, LL. D. 

President of the University 

A. B., Amherst College, 1879, and A. M., 1887 ; LL. B., Columbia University, 
1882 ; LL.D., Amherst College, 1897, Columbia University, 1904, Harvard 
University, 1909 ; Brown University, 1914 ; Professor of Administrative Law, 
Columbia University, 1887-1914 ; Constitutional Adviser to the Chinese Govern- 
ment, 1913-1914. 

6 W. Madison St. 

UNIVERSITY STAFF 

PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM HENRY WELCH, M. D., LL.D. 

Baxley Professor of Pathology 

A. B., Yale University, 1870; M. D., Columbia University (College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1875; M. D. (Hon.), University of Pennsylvania, 1894; 
LL. D., Western Reserve University, 1894, Yale University, 1896, Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1900, University of Toronto, 1903, Columbia University, 1904, Jeffer- 
son Medical College, 1907, and Princeton University, 1910 ; Professor of 
Pathological Anatomy and General Pathology in the Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College, N. Y., 1879-84 ; Dean of the Medical Faculty, 1889-98 ; President of the 
National Academy of Sciences ; President of the Board of Directors of the 
Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research ; President of the American Asso- 
ciation for the Advancement of Science, 1906 ; President of the American Medical 
Association, 1910-1911 ; Pathologist to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

807 St. Paul St. 
HOWARD ATWOOD KELLY, M. D., LL.D., Hon. F.R.C.S. 

Professor of Gynecology.** 

A. B., University of Pennsylvania, 1877, and M. D., 1882 ; LL. D., University of 
Aberdeen and Washington and Lee University, 1906, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1907 ; Associate Professor of Obstetrics, University of Pennsylvania, 
1888-89 ; Professor of Gynecological Surgery in the Johns Hopkins University, 
1889-99 ; Honorary Member, Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh ; Associate 
Foreign Member, Society of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatrics, and Chirur- 
gical Society, Paris ; Corresponding Member, Obstetrical Society, Leipzig ; 
Fellow, British Gynecological Society ; Hon. Fellow, Edinburgh Obstetrical 
Society, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, Glasgow Obstetrical and 
Gynecological Society, Royal x\cademy of Medicine (Ireland) ; Hon. Member, 
Italian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rome ; Gynecologist-in-Chief to 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1406 Eutaw Place 

WILLIAM STEWART HALSTED, M. D., Sc. D., LL.D., 
Hon. F.R.C.S. 

Professor of Surgery 

A. B., Yale University, 1874 ; M. D., Columbia University (College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1877; LL.D., Yale University, 1904, and University of 
Edinburgh, 1905 ; Sc. D., Columbia University, 1904 ; Foreign Corresponding 
Member, Harveian Society, London ; Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Sur- 
geons, England, 1900, Edinburgh, 1905; College of Surgeons of America, 1913; 
Membre Corresp. Etranger de la Societe de Chirurgie, Paris, 1909 ; Membre Titu- 
laire de l'Association Francaise de Chirurgie, 1914 ; Ebrenmitglied der Deutsche 
Gesellschaft fur Chirurgie, 1914 ; Surgeon-in-Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1201 Eutaw Place 



* The names in the several groups are arranged in the order of appointment, and 
are corrected up to September 1, 1915. 

**This department is not yet organized upon the full University basis. 

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10 Medical Department [654 

FRANKLIN PAINE MALL, M. D., Sc. D., LL. D. 

Professor of Anatomy 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1883 ; A. M. (Hon.), 1900, and Sc. D., 1908 ; LL. D., 
University of Wisconsin, 1904, and Washington University, 1915 ; Fellow, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1886-88, and Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriology, 1888- 
89 ; Adjunct Professor of Vertebrate Anatomy, Clark University, 1889-92 ; Pro- 
fessor of Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1892-93 ; Member of the National Acad- 
emy of Sciences ; Co-editor of the American Journal of Anatomy and of the Jour- 
nal of Morphology. 

1514 Bolton St. 

JOHN J. ABEL, M.D., Sc. D. 

t Professor of Pharmacology 

Ph. B., University of Michigan, 1883, A.M. (Hon.), 1903, and Sc. D., 1912; 
M. D., University of Strassburg, 1888; Lecturer and Professor of Materia Medica 
and Therapeutics, University of Michigan, 1890-93 ; Hon. Member, Philadelphia 
College of Pharmacy ; Corresponding Member, K. K. Gesellschaft der Aertze, 
Vienna ; Member of the National Academy of Sciences ; Editor of the Journal of 
Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 

Woodlawn, Windsor Mill Road 



WILLIAM HENRY HOWELL, Ph.D., M. D., Sc. D., LL. D. 

Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1881, Fellow, 1882-84, and Ph. D., 1884 ; LL. 
D., Trinity College (Conn.), i901 ; Sc. D., Yale University, 1911; M. D. (Hon.), 
University of Michigan, 1890, LL. D., 1912; LL. D., Washington University, 
1915; Assistant in Biology, 1884-85, Associate, 1885-88, and Associate Professor, 
1888-89 ; Lecturer and Professor of Physiology and Histology, University of 
Michigan, 1889-92 ; Associate Professor of Physiology, Harvard University, 1892- 
93 ; Member of the National Academy of Sciences ; Dean of the Medical Faculty, 
1899-1911 ; Associate Editor of the American Journal of Physiology. 

232 W. Lanvale St. 



JOHN WHITRIDGE WILLIAMS, M. D., Sc.D. 
Professor of Obstetrics** and Dean. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1886 ; M. D., University of Maryland, 1888, and 
Sc.D. (Hon.), 1907, and University of Dublin, 1912; Associate in Obstetrics, 
1893-96 ; and Associate Professor, 1896-99 ; Obstetrician-in-Chief to the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

1128 Cathedral St. 

WALTER JONES, Ph.D. 

Professor of Physiological Chemistry 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1888, and Ph. D., 1891 ; Professor of Natural 
Science, Wittenberg College, 1891-92; Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Pur- 
due University, 1892-95 ; Assistant in Physiological Chemistry and Toxicology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1896-99 ; Associate, 1899-1901 ; Associate Professor, 
1901-1908. 

2621 St. Paul St. 



f This department is not yet organized upon the full University basis. 



655] Faculty 11 

ADOLF MEYER, M. D., LL. D. 

Professor of Psychiatry** 

Zurich Gymnasium, 1885 ; Swiss Staatsexamen, 1890 ; M. D., University of Zurich, 
1892; LL. D., University of Glasgow, 1901, and Clark University, 1909; Hon- 
orary Fellow and Docent in Neurology, University of Chicago, 1892-95 ; Pathol- 
ogist and Director of Clinical Laboratory, Worcester (Mass.) Hospital for the 
Insane, and Docent in Psychiatry, Clark University, 1895-1902 ; Director of the 
Pathological (Psychiatric) Institute, New York State Hospitals, Ward's Island, 
1902-1910 ; Professor of Psycho-Pathology, Cornell, 1904-1909 ; Consulting Alien- 
ist, City Detention Hospital, Bay View ; Psychiatrist-in-Chief to the Johns Bop- 
kins Hospital 

101 Edgevale Rd., Roland Park. 

JOHN HOWLAND, M. D. 

Professor of Pediatrics 

A. B., Yale University, 1894, and A. M. (Hon.), 1914 ; M. D., New York University 
College of Medicine, 1897, and Cornell University, 1899 ; House Officer, Presby- 
terian Hospital, N. Y., 1897-1899, and N. Y. Foundling Hospital, 1899-1900; 
Pathologist and Assistant Attending Pediatrician, N. Y. Foundling Hospital, 
1902-1911 ; Pediatrician in charge of Children's Clinic, Bellevue Hospital, 1909- 
1911; Instructor and Associate in Pediatrics, Columbia University; Professor of 
Pediatrics, Washington University, St. Louis, 1911-1912; Editor, American Jour- 
nal Diseases of Children ; Member of Council of Pharmacy and Chemistry, A. M. 
A. ; Consulting Pediatrician, City Hospital, Bay View ; Director of the Harriet 
Lane Home and Pediatrician-in-Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Oak St. and Mallory Lane 

WARREN HARMON LEWIS, M. D. 

Professor of Physiological Anatomy 

6. B., University of Michigan, 1894, and Assistant in Zoology, 1895-96 ; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900; Assistant, Instructor and Associate Professor 
of Anatomy, 1900-1913 ; Co-Editor of The Anatomical Record. 

1931 E. 31st St. 

THEODORE CALDWELL JANEWAY, M. D. 

Professor of Medicine 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1892; and A.M. (Hon.), 1912; M. D., Columbia Uni- 
versity, 1895 ; and Bard Professor of the Practice of Medicine, 1909-14 ; Sc. D. 
(Hon.), Washington University, 1915; Visiting Physician, City Hospital, N. Y., 
1902-1911 ; Visiting Physician, St. Luke's Hospital, 1905-1911 ; Visiting Physi- 
cian, Presbyterian Hospital, 1911-1914 ; Member of Board of Directors, Rocke- 
feller Institute for Medical Research ; Secretary, Russell Sage Institute of Path- 
ology ; Member of Editorial Board of Archives of Internal Medicine ; Physician- 
in-Chief, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

714 St. Paul St. 



WILLIAM OSLER, M. D., LL. D., D. C. L., F. R. S. 

Honorary Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine 

M. D., McGill University, 1872; LL. D., McGill, 1895, Aberdeen, 1898, Toronto, 
1899, Yale, 1901, Harvard, 1904, Johns Hopkins, 1905 ; D. C. L., Edinburgh, 
1898, Trinity (Toronto), 1902; M. D. (Hon.), Oxford, 1905; D. Sc, Dublin, 
1912; Fellow of the Royal Society of London; Fellow of the Royal College of 
Physicians, London ; Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, McGill University, 
1874-84 ; Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 1884-89 ; 
Dean of the Medical Faculty, 1898-99; Professor of the Principles and Practice 
of Medicine, 1889-1905; Physician-in-Chief, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1889- 
1905 ; Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford. 

Oxford, England 

** This department is not yet organized upon the full University basis. 



12 Medical Department [656 

HENRY MILLS HURD, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 

A. B„ University of Michigan, 18G3, M. D., 1866, A. M., 1870, and LL. D., 1895 ; 
Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1906 ; Superintendent 
of the Eastern Michigan Hospital, 1878-89 ; Superintendent of the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1889-1911 ; Editor of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin and 
of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 1889-1911 ; Editor of the American 
Journal of Insanity ; Secretary, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1023 St. Paul St. 



ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

FLORENCE RENA SABIN, M. D., Sc. D. 

Associate Professor of Anatomy 

S. B„ Smith College, 1893, Sc. D., 1910, and Assistant in Zoology, 1895-96 ; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Anatomy, 
1902-1905 ; Resident House Officer, 1900-1901 ; Holder of Woman's Fellowship 
in Anatomy, 1901-1902; Co-Editor of The Anatomical Record. 

1431 Park Av. 

WILLIAM WEBBER FORD, M. D., D. P. H. 

Associate Professor of Hygiene and Bacteriology and Lecturer m 

Legal Medicine 

A. B., Adelbert College, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1898 ; Instructor 
Associate, and Associate Professor of Bacteriology, 1904-1910; D. P. H., McGill 
University, 1900 and Fellow in Pathology, 1899-1901 ; Resident House Officer, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1898-99 ; Fellow, Rockefeller Institute for Medical 
Research, 1901-02 ; Institute for Infectious Diseases, Berlin, 1901-1902, and 
Johns Hopkins University 1902-1903. 

1027 Cathedral St. 

MAX BROEDEL 

Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Academy of Arts, Leipzig, 1885-90 ; Illustrator, University of Leipzig, 1890-1894 ; 
Instructor in Art as Applied to Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1905-1906. 

320 Suffolk St., Guilford 

DONALD RUSSELL HOOKER, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Yale University, 1899, M. S., 1901 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1905 ; Graduate Student, University of Berlin, 1905-1906 ; Assistant, Instructor 
and Associate in Physiology, 1906-1910 ; Managing Editor, American Journal 
of Physiology. 

Upland, Roland Park 

CHARLES DAVID SNYDER, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1896 ; M. S., and Ph. D., University 
of California, 1904 and 1905 ; Holder of Columbia University Table at ZoSlogical 
Station, Naples, 1906 ; Medical Student, Universities of Berlin and Miinchen, 
1906-1908 ; Fellow, Instructor and Associate in Physiology, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1907-1911. 

Charles St. Ave. (P. O. Sta. L.) 



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LEONARD GEORGE ROWNTREE, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Medicine. 

M. D., Western University (Canada), 19» » ; Resident Physician, Victoria Hospi- 
tal, London, Canada, 1905-1906 ; Voluntary Assistant and Assistant in Medicine, 
1907-1909; Instructor, Associate and Associate Professor of Experimental 
Therapeutics, 1909-1914 ; Associate Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1523 Linden Av. 

EDWARDS A. PARK, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Pediatrics 

A. B., Yale, 1900, and If. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (N. Y.), 1905; 
Resident Physician, Roosevelt Hospital, 1905-07, an~ New York Foundling Hospi- 
tal, 1907-08; Instructor in Medicine and Pediatrics, and Proudfit Fellow in 
Medicine, College of Physicians and Surgeons (N. Y.), 1909-12; Pediatrician in 
charge, Dispensary, and Associate Pediatrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Cecil 

CHARLES MACFIE CAMPBELL, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

A. M., University of Edinburgh, 1897, and B. Sc, 1900, M. B. Ch. B., 1902, 
and M. D., 1911 ; Member of Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 1908 ; 
Associate in Clinical Psychiatry, Psychiatric Institute, New York, 1908-1911; 
Instructor in Psychopathology, Cornell University Medical School, 1910-1913 ; 
First Assistant in Bloomingdale Hospital, New York, 1911-13 ; Psychiatrist in 
charge, Dispensary, and Associate Psychiatrist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

26 Talbot Rd., Windsor Hills 

HERMAN O. MOSENTHAL, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Medicine 

A. B., Columbia College, 1899; M. D., Columbia University, 1903; Interne, New 
York Hospital, 1904-1906 ; Interne, New York Foundling Hospital, 1906-07 ; 
Assistant Instructor, Associate in Biological Chemistry, Columbia University, 
1909-1914 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Medicine, ibid., 1910-1914 ; 

Physician in cJuirge, Dispensary, and Associate Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

401 Hawthorn Rd., Roland Park 

MILTON CHARLES WINTERNITZ, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Pathology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1903, M. D., 1907, Fellow in Pathology, 1907- 
1908 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Pathology, 1908-1914 ; Assistant 
Resident Pathologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1913 ; Pathologist, 
City Hospitals. 

Delaware and Carroll Rds, Windsor Hills 



ASSOCIATES 

ELI KENNERLY MARSHALL, Jr., Ph.D. 

Associate in Pharmacology 

8. B., College of Charleston, 1908 ; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; 
Assistant and Associate in Physiological Chemistry, 1912-14. 

227 W. Monument St. 



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PAUL WISWALL CLOUGH, M. D. 

Associate in Medicine 

8. B., University of Wisconsin, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907; 
Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, 1908-1913 ; Resident House Officer, Assist- 
ant Resident Physician, 1907-1913 ; Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CLYDE GRAEME GUTHRIE, M. D. 
Associate in Medicine 

A. Brr Lafayette College, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907 ; Assistant 
and Instructor in Medicine, 1908-1913 ; Resident House Officer, 1907-1908 ; 
Resident Physician in charge of Private Wards. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

EDMUND VINCENT COWDRY, Ph.D. 

Associate in Anatomy 

A. B., University of Toronto, 1909 ; Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1912 ; Technical 
Assistant, 1909 ; Fellow, Assistant, and Associate in Anatomy, 1910-13. 

2024 E. 31st St. 

GEORGE JULIUS HEUER, M. D. 

Associate in Surgery 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907 ; 
Instructor in Surgery, 1912-1914 ; Resident House Officer, Assistant Resident and 
Resident Surgeon, 1907-1914 ; Associate Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

16 E. Biddle St. 

PAUL DUDLEY LAMSON, M. D. 
Associate in Experimental Therapeutics 

A. B., Harvard, 1905, and M. D., 1909 ; Medical House Officer, Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Hospital, Boston, 1909-1911 ; Sheldon Travelling Fellowship, 1911-1913 ; 
Lecture Assistant in Pharmacology, University of Wurzburg ; Pharmacological 
Laboratory University College, London University ; Assistant Resident Physician, 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, 1913-1914 ; Assistant in Experimental 
Therapeutics, 1914-1915. 

1003 N. Calvert St. 

WILLIAMS McKIM MARRIOTT, M. D. 

Associate in Pediatrics 
S. B., University of North Carolina, 1904 ; M. D., Cornell University, 1910 ; 
Assistant in Chemistry, University of North Carolina, 1903-04 ; Assistant in 
Biochemistry, Cornell University Medical School, 1904-06 ; Tutor in Chemistry, 
College of the City of New York, 1909 ; Instructor in Biological Chemistry, 
Washington University Medical School, St. Louis, 1910-1914 ; Instructor in 
Pediatrics, 1913-1915; Assistant Dispensary Physician and Assistant Pediatri- 
cian, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2433 Guilford Ave. 

LEWIS HILL WEED, M. D. 

Associate in Anatomy 

A. B., Yale University, 1908 and M. A., 1909 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1912; Instructor in Anatomy, 1914-1915; in Charge of the Laboratory of Surgi- 
cal Research, Harvard, 1912-1913; Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellow, Harvard, 1913- 
1914. 

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659] Faculty 15 

MONTROSE THOMAS BURROWS, M. D. 
Associate in Pathology 

A. B., University of Kansas, 1905 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1909 ; Assist- 
ant, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York, 1909-1911 ; Instructor 
in Anatomy, Cornell Medical School, New York, 1911-1915 ; Acting Resident 
Pathologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

EMIL GOETSCH, M. D. 
Associate in Surgery 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1903, and Ph. D., 1906 ; Fellow Assistant and Asso- 
ciate in Anatomy, ibid, 1904-1908 ; Research Assistant, Department of Experi- 
mental Therapeutics, ibid, 1908 and 1909 ; Assistant in Surgery, 1909-1910 ; 
Assistant Resident Surgeon, 1910-1912 ; Resident Surgeon, Peter Bent Brigham 
Hospital, and Assistant in Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1912-1915 ; 
Associate Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



INSTRUCTORS 

THOMAS PECK SPRUNT, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Davidson College, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1909 ; Assistant, 
Instructor and Associate in Pathology, 1909-1913 ; Assistant Resident Physician, 
1913-15 ; Resident Physician, City Hospital. Bay View. 

Bay View 

KENNETH DANIEL BLACKFAN, M. D. 

Instructor in Pediatrics 

M. D., Albany Medical College, 1905 ; Pathologist, Albany Hospital, and Bacteri- 
ologist to Bender Laboratory, Albany, N. Y., 1905-1906 ; Resident Pediatrician, 
St. Louis Children's Hospital, 1911-1912 ; Resident Pediatrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

DAVID MELVIN DAVIS, M. D. 

Instructor in Urology 

S. B., Princeton University, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; In- 
terne, City Hospital, Bay View, 1911-1912 ; Assistant in Pathology, 1913-1914 ; 
Assistant in Urology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

709 St. Paul St. 



ROY DONALDSON McCLURE, M. D. 

Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1904 ; Graduate Student, University of Prague, 1906 ; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908 ; Assistant in Surgery, 1912-1914 ; 
House Surgeon, N. Y. Hospital, 1908-1912 ; Assistant Resident Surgeon, Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, 1912-1914 ; Resident Surgeon. 



The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



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EVERETT DUDLEY PLASS, M. D. 

Instructor in Obstetrics 

A. B., Colgate University, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; Assistant 
in Obstetrics, 1912-1914 ; Resident House Officer, and Assistant Resident Obstet- 
rician, 1911-1914 ; Assistant Visiting Obstetrician, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

227 W. Monument St. 

PAUL GALPIN SHIPLEY, M. D. 

Instructor in Anatomy 

If. D., sjfale University, 1913 ; Assistant in Anatomy, Johns Hopkins University, 
1913-1914. 

144 Jackson PI. 

WALTER EDWARD DANDY, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910, and 
A. M., 1911 ; Assistant Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ARTHUR LEONARD BLOOMFIELD, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1907, and M. D., 1911 ; Resident House Officer, 
1911-1912 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1912-1915 ; Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

EVELETH WILSON BRIDGMAN, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908, and M. D., 1912 ; Resident House Officer, 
1912-1913 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1913-1915 ; Dispensary Physician and Assistant 
Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CHARLES ADAM LAUBACH, M. D. 

Instructor in Hygiene and Bacteriology 

S. B., Muhlenburg College, 1909 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913 ; Assist- 
ant in Hygiene and Bacteriology, 1913-1915. 

3104 Walbrook Av. 

CHARLES CLIFFORD MACKLIN, M. B. 

Instructor in Anatomy 

James H. Richardson Fellow in Anatomy, University of Toronto, 1912-1913 ; 
M. B., University of Toronto, 1914 ; Assistant in Anatomy, 1914-1915. 

1324 Eutaw PI. 

WILLIAM LAWRENCE MILLEA, M. D. 

Instructor in Obstetrics 

A. B., Clark University, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912 ; Resident 

House Officer, and Assistant Resident Obstetrician, 1912-1915 ; Assistant in Ob- 
stetrics, 1913-1915 ; Obstetrician in charge Dispensary and Resident Obstetrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



661] Faculty 17 

HARRY RICHMOND SLACK, Jb., M. D. 
Instructor in Laryngology 

A. B.. University of Georgia, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912 ; 

Assistant Dispensary Laryngologist, and Assistant Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

HENRY CHRISTIAN SCHMEISSER, M. D., Ph.D. 

Instructor in Pathology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908, and M. D., 1912 ; Ph. D., 1914 ; Fellow 
and Assistant in Pathology, 1912-1915. 

• The Homewood 

GEORGE PEIRCE, M. D., Ph.D. 

Instructor in Urology 

A. B., Haverford College, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907; A. M. and 
Ph. D., University of Berlin, 1912 ; Resident Physician, Dr. Grenfell's Hospital, 
St. Anthony, Newfoundland, 1907 ; Resident Physician, Pennsylvania Hospital, 
Philadelphia, 1908-1909 ; Assistant in Physiology and Instructor in Pharma- 
cology, University of Wisconsin, 1912 and 1913 ; Assistant in Urology, The 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

721 Euclid Ave., Roland Park 

MONT ROGERS REID, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., Roanoke College, 1908; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912; Assistant 
Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

D. SCLATER LEWIS, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine 

S. B., McGill University, 1906 ; M. S., 1907 ; M. D., 1912 ; House Physician, Royal 
Victoria Hospital, 1912-1914 ; Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CECIL KENT DRINKER, M. D. 

Instructor in Physiology 

A. B., Haverford College, 1909; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1913; House 
Officcer, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, 1914-1915. 

1003 N. Calvert St. 

JAMES LAWDER GAMBLE, M. D. 

Instructor in Pediatrics 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1906; M. D., Harvard Medical School, 
1910; House Officer, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1910-1912, and Boston 
Children's Hospital, 1912-1913 ; Assistant Dispensary Physician, The Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

709 St. Paul St. 

SAMUEL GOLDSCHMIDT, Ph. D. 

Instructor in Pathology 

S. B., Yale University, 1911, and Ph. D., 1914; Fellow, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1914-1915. 



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VEADER NEWTON LEONARD, M. D. 

Instructor in Gynecology 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1911-1912 ; Assistant Resident and Dispensary Gynecologist, 1912- 
1915 ; Resident Gynecologist and Dispensary Gynecologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

WARREN RICHARDS SISSON, M. D. 
Instructor in Pediatrics 

A. R., Colgate University, 1906 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912 ; House 
Officer, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1912-13, and Peter Bent Brigham Hos- 
pital, 1913-14 ; Resident Pathologist, ibid., 1914-1915 ; Instructor in Pathology, 
Harvard Medical School, 1914-1915 ; Assistant Dispensary Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CHARLES ALEXANDER WATERS, M. D. 

Instructor in Actinography 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1911 ; Assistant Roentgenologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

Govans 



ASSISTANTS 

ROBERT LOUIS LEVY, M. D., 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Yale University, 1909 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1913-1914 ; Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

NORMAN MACDONNELL KEITH, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., University of Toronto, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; In- 
terne, N. Y. Hospital, 1911-13 ; Assistant in Urology, The Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital. 

227 W. Monument St. 

HENRY R. MULLER, M. D. 

Assistant in Anatomy 

A*. B., Cornell University, 1909, and M. D., 1913 ; Interne, Vassar Brothers' 
Hospital, Poughkeepsie, 1914. 

1318 Bolton St. 

ALICE ROHDE, M. D. 
Assistant in Pharmacology 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910 ; Mary 
Putnam Jacobi Fellowship, Berlin, 1910-1912 ; Instructor in Physiological 
Chemistry, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, 1913-14. 

The Homewood 



663] Faculty [19 

CHARLES AUGUST ROUILLER, Ph. D. 

Assistant in Pharmacology (Rockefeller Grant) 

A. B., Leland Stanford Junior University, 1903 ; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1906 ; Assistant, Rockefeller Institute, 1906-1907 ; Assistant in Chemistry, Johns 
Hopkins University. , 

Buck's Lane, West Arlington 

DAVID CORBIN STREETT, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908, and M. D., 1912 ; Resident House Officer, 
1912-1913; Assistant Physician in charge Dispensary Laboratory, 1913-1914; 
Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

D. WRIGHT WILSON, Ph.D. 
Assistant in Physiological Chemistry 
S. B., Grinnell College, 1910 ; Ph. D., Yale University, 1914. 

227 W. Monument St. 

MARJORIE DIETZ BATCHELOR, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915 ; Dispensary 
Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1705 Fairmount Av. 

ROGER PUTNAM BATCHELOR, M. D. 
Assistant in Surgery 
A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1911 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

1705 Fairmount Av. 

ADMONT HALSEY CLARK, M. D. 
Assistant in Pathology 
A. B., Oberlin College, 1910; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

518 N. Broadway 

MILDRED CLARK, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1910; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914; Resident 
House Officer, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1914-1915 ; Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ROBERT SIDNEY CUNNINGHAM, M. D. 

Assistant in Anatomy 

S. B. and A. M., Davidson College, 1911 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

716 N. Broadway 



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DANIEL DAVIS, M. D. 

Assistant in Obstetrics 

A. B., Harvard University, 1909 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913 ; Assistant 
in Physiology, 1913-1914; Interne, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1914-1915; Dispen- 
sary Obstetrician and Assistant Resident Obstetrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

WILLIAM CORE DUFFY, M. D. 

Assistant in Pathology 

A. B., T^ake Forest College, 1910 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914 ; Interne, 
City Hospital, Bay View, 1914-1915. 

WILLIAM ARCHIBALD FRONTZ, M. D. 

Assistant in Urology 

A. B., Princeton University, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1911-1912 ; Assistant Dispensary Urologist and Resident 
Urologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CALVIN HOOKER GODDARD, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911, and M. D., 1915 ; Assistant Dispensary 
Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Walbert 

ROSCOE WILLIS HALL, M. D. 

Assistant in Psychiatry 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912 ; Interne, 
City Hospital, Bay View, 1912-1913 ; Assistant Resident and Assistant Dispensary 
Psychiatrist, 1913-1915 ; Assistant Dispensary Psychiatrist and Resident Psy- 
chiatrist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

HAROLD LEONARD HIGGINS, A. B. 
Assistant in Pediatrics 

A. B., Harvard University, 1907 ; Instructor in Chemistry, Swarthmore College, 
1907-1908 ; Physiologist, Carnegie Nutrition Laboratory, Boston, 1908-1915. 

1702 N. Broadway 

ALMA HILLER, S. B. 

Assistant in Medicine 

S. B., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1914 ; Graduate Student and Student As- 
sistant in Physiology and Chemistry, ibid., 1914-1915 ; Graduate Student, Har- 
vard Summer School, 1915. 

102 Jackson PI. 

H. PAGE MAUCK, M. D. 
Assistant in Surgery 

M. D., Richmond Medical College, 1913; Interne, Johnston-Willis Sanatorium, 
Richmond, 1913-1914 ; Resident, Child's Hospital School, Baltimore, 1914 ; 
Assistant Dispensary Surgeon and Assistant Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



665] Faculty 21 

ALMA SOPHIA ROTHHOLZ, M. D. 

Assistant in Laryngology 

A. B., Smith College, 1910 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914 ; Resident 
House Officer, 1914-1915. 

2108 Bolton St. 

FREDERICK JANNEY SMITH, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1909, and M. D., 1913 ; Resident House Officer, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1913-1914 ; Assistant Resident Physician in charge 
Private Wards. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



CLINICAL STAFF 

PROFESSORS 

LEWELLYS FRANKLIN BARKER, M. D., LL. D. 
Professor of Clinical Medicine 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1890, and M. D. (Hon.), 1905; LL. D., Queen's 
University, 1908, and McGill University, 1911 ; House Officer, Toronto General 
Hospital, 1890-91 ; Assistant Resident Physician, Assistant Resident and Resi- 
dent Pathologist and Physician-in-Chief, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-1914 ; 
Fellow in Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1892-94, Associate in Anatomy. 
1894-97, Associate Professor of Anatomy, 1897-99, and Associate Professor of 
Pathology, 1899-1900, and Professor of Medicine, 1905-1914 ; Professor and Head 
of the Department of Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1900-04, and Professor of 
Medicine, Rush Medical College, 1904-05 ; Visiting Physician, the Johns Hopkins 



Hospital. 



1035 N. Calvert St. 



WILLIAM SYDNEY THAYER, M. D., LL. D., Hon. F. R. C. P. I. 
Professor of Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Harvard University, 1885, and M. D., 1889; LL. D., Washington' College, 
1907 ; Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, 1912 ; 
Resident Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-1898 ; Associate in Medi- 
cine, 1899-1905, and Associate Physician, 1905-14 ; Associate and Associate 
Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1905 ; Visiting Physician, 
The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

406 Cathedral St. 



JOHN MILLER TURPIN FINNEY, M. D. 

Professor of Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Princeton University, 1884 ; M. D., Harvard University, 1888 ; Surgeon to 
the Union Protestant Infirmary ; Associate and Associate Professor of Surgery, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1893-1912 ; Associate in Surgery, 1891-1912, and 
Associate Surgeon, 1912-1914 ; Visiting Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1300 Eutaw Place 



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CLINICAL PROFESSORS 

SAMUEL THEOBALD, M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1867 ; Surgeon to the Baltimore Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hospital, Oculist and Aurist to the Home for Incurables ; 
Ophthalmologist in charge Dispensary, and Visiting Ophthalmologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

970 N. Howard St. 

* HENRY M. THOMAS, M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Neurology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1884; A.M. (Hon.), Johns Hopkins University, 
1902; Consulting Neurologist, City Hospital, Bay View; Neurologist in charge, 
Dispensary, and Visiting Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1228 Madison Av. 

JERE WILLIAMS LORD, M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1884 ; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1887 ; 
Dermatologist in charge, Dispensary, and Visiting Dermatologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

1011 N. Charles St. 

THOMAS CASPAR GILCHRIST, M. D., M. R. C. S., L. S. A. (Eng.) 

Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

M. R. C. S., and L. S. A., London, 1887; M. D. (Hon.), University of Maryland, 
1907 ; Corresponding Member, Berliner Dermatologische Gesellschaft ; Honorary 
Member of the Society of Dermatology and Syphilis of Italy ; Dermatologist in 
charge, Dispensary, and Visiting Dermatologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

330 N. Charles St. 

HENRY JOHNS BERKLEY, M. D., Sc. D. 

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1881; D. Sc. (Hon.), 1907; Consulting Neurologist, 
St. Joseph's Hospital ; Visiting Physician, City Detention Hospital, Bay View. 

1305 Park Av. 

HUGH HAMPTON YOUNG, M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Urology 

A. B. and A. M., University of Virginia, 1893, and M. D., 1894 ; Assistant Resi- 
dent Surgeon, 1895-98 ; Associate in Surgery, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1898-1914 ; Instructor, Associate and Associate Professor in Genito-Urinary 
Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 1893-1914 ; Visiting Urologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

330 N. Charles St. 



WILLIAM DAVID BOOKER, M. D. 

Clinical Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1867 ; Visiting Physician, St. Agnes Hospital, 1894- 
95 ; Physician in charge of the Thomas Wilson Sanitarium, Baltimore, 1881-98 ; 
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1909 ; Asso- 
ciate in Pediatrics, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary, 1889-1909. 

208 W. Monument St. 



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ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM WOOD RUSSELL, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Gynecology 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1890 ; Resident and Associate in Gynecology, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1894-1914 ; Associate in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1895-99 ; Assistant Visiting Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital. 

1208 Eutaw Place 

THOMAS STEPHEN CULLEN, M. B. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Gynecology 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1890 ; Assistant Resident, Resident, and Associate 
in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1892-1914 ; Instructor and Associate 
in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1899 ; Assistant Visiting Gyne- 
cologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

20 E. Eager St. 

ROBERT LEE RANDOLPH, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Otology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1884, and A. M. (Hon.). Johns Hopkins University, 
1902 ; Assistant in Ophthalmology, Vienna Polyclinic, 1886 ; Associate in Oph- 
thalmology and Otology, Johns Hopkins University, 1896-1901 ; Ophthalmologist 
in charge, Dispensary, and Assistant Visiting Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

609 Park Av. 

THOMAS BARNES FUTCHER, M. B. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1893 ; Assistant Resident, Resident, and Associate 
in Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1894-1914 ; Instructor and Associate in 
Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1896-1901 ; Physician in charge, Dis- 
pensary, and Assistant Visiting Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

23 W. Franklin St. 

JOSEPH COLT BLOODGOOD, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

8. B., University of Wisconsin, 1888 ; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1891 ; 
Resident Surgeon, 1893-97, and Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1897-1914 ; Assistant, Instructor, and Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins . 
University, 1895-1903 ; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

904 N. Charles St. 

WILLIAM STEVENSON BAER, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1894, and M. D., 1898 ; Assistant, Instructor, 
and Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, 1900-1910 ; Resident House Officer, 
Assistant Resident Surgeon and Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1898-1914 ; Surgeon in charge, Orthopedic Dispensary, and 
Assistant Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

4 E. Madison St. 



24 Medical Department [668 

THOMAS RICHMOND BOGGS, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1896 ; Graduate Student, 1896-97 ; M. D., Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1901 ; Assistant and Associate in Medicine, 1903-11 ; Resident 
House Officer, Assistant Resident and Resident Physician, 1901-1911 ; Physician- 
in-Chief, City Hospital, Baltimore ; Assistant Visiting Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

21 W. Chase St. 

LOUIS VIRGIL HAMMAN, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1896 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1896-97, M. D., 1901, and Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Medicine, 1903- 
1915 ; House Physician, New York Hospital, 1902-1903 ; Physician in charge, 
Phipps Dispensary, 1905-1915 ; Physician in charge Dispensary and Assistant 
Visiting Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

714 Park Av. 

JOHN TIMOTHY GERAGHTY, M.D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Urology 

A. B., St. Thomas College, 1895 ; Ph. B., St. Paul Seminary, 1897 ; Graduate 
Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1897-1898; M. D., 1903; Assistant Instructor 
and Associate in Genito-Urinary Diseases, 1907-15 ; Resident House Officer, 1903- 
1904; Consulting Urologist, City Hospital, Bay View; Assistant Visiting Urolo- 
gist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

330 N. Charles St. 



LECTURERS 

CHARLES WARDELL STILES, Ph.D., D. Sc, LL. D. 
Lecturer on Medical Zoology 

A.M., Ph.D., University of Leipzig, 1890; M.S. (Hon.), Wesleyan University, 
1896; D. Sc. (Hon.), Wesleyan University, 1906; LL. D., University of North 
Carolina, 1913; M. D. (Hon.), University College of Medicine, Richmond, 1914; 
Corresponding Member, Society of Biology and Academy of Medicine (Paris) ; 
Zoologist, U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry, 1891-1902 ; Professor of Zoology, 
of U. S. Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service, Washington, D. C. ; Secre- 
tary, International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 

Hygienic Laboratory, 25th and E Sts., N. W., Washington. 

CHARLES CASPARI, Jr. 

Lecturer in Pharmacy 

Ph. G., Maryland College of Pharmacy, 1869 ; Phar. D., University of Maryland, 
1905 ; Professor of Pharmacy and Dean of Faculty, University of Maryland. 

1129 Harlem Ave. 

*HANS LIEB, Ph. D. 
Lecturer on Special Analytical Methods 
Assistant in Physiological Chemistry, University of Graz, Austria. 



* Absent on leave. 



669] Faculty 25 



ASSOCIATES 

FRANK ROBERT SMITH, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A.M., University of Cambridge (England), 18S2 ; M. D., University of Maryland, 
1891 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-93 ; In- 
structor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1901 ; Dispensary Physi- 
cian, Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1126 Cathedral St. 

GUY LeROY HUNNER, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Gynecology 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, and 
Instructor in Gynecology, 1901-1902 ; Resident House Officer, Assistant Resi- 
dent, Resident Gynecologist, and Associate in Gynecology, 1897-1914 ; Assistant 
Visiting Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2305 St. Paul St. 

LOUIS PHILIP HAMBURGER, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1893, M. D., 1897, Assistant and Instructor 
in Medicine, 1899-1904 ; Resident House Officer, 1897-98 ; Dispensary Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1207 Eutaw Place 

THOMAS RICHARDSON BROWN, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1892, M. D., 1897, Instructor in Medicine, 
1899-1904; Resident House Officer, 1897-98; Physician in charge, Gastro- 
intestinal Diseases, Dispensary, and Assistant Visiting Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

19 W. Biddle St. 

RICHARD HOLDEN FOLLIS, M. D. 
Associate in Clinical Surgery 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1895 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and In- 
structor in Surgery, 1902-1905 ; Externe, Assistant Resident, Resident Surgeon. 
and Associate in Surgery, 1899-1914 ; Dispensary Surgeon, and Assistant Visit- 
ing Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

3 E. Read St. 

GEORGE WALKER, M. D. 
Associate in Clinical Surgery 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1889; Instructor in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900-1905 ; Surgeon in Charge, the Johns Hopkins Dispensary. 

529 N. Charles St. 

FREDERICK HARRY BAETJER, M. D. 
Associate in Actinography 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, M. D., 1901, and Assistant in Surgery, 
1903-1906 ; Resident House Officer, 1901-02 ; Roentgenologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

4 E. Madison St. 



26 Medical Department [670 

ELIZABETH HURDON, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Gynecology 

M. D., Trinity University (Toronto), 1895; Assistant and Instructor in Gynecology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900-1908. 

31 W. Preston St. 

JAMES HALL MASON KNOX, Jb., Ph.D., M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Pediatrics 

A. B„ Yale University, 1892, and Ph. D., 1894 ; A. M., Lafayette College, 1896 ; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1898 ; Assistant and Instructor in Pedia- 
trics, 1902-1909 ; ""Resident House Officer, 1898-1899 ; Physician in charge, the 
Thomas Wilson Sanitarium ; Dispensary Pediatrician, and Assistant Visiting 
Pediatrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

804 Cathedral St. 

EDWARD HENDERSON RICHARDSON, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Gynecology 

k. B., Hampden-Sidney College, 1900 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1900-1901, and M. D., 1905 ; Instructor in Gynecology, 1910-1912 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, and Assistant Resident and Resident Gynecologist, 1905-1910 ; 
Consulting Gynecologist, City Hospital, Bay View ; Gynecologist in charge, 
Dispensary, and Assistant Visiting Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

216 E. Preston St. 

SAMUEL JAMES CROWE, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Laryngology 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1904 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908 ; As- 
sistant in Surgery, 1908-1909 ; Assistant Resident Surgeon, 1909-1910 ; Laryn- 
gologist in charge, Dispensary, and Visiting Laryngologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

1206 Linden Av. 

JOHN ARTHUR LUETSCHER, M. D. 
Associate in Clinical Medicine 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1895 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899 ; 
Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, 1905-1913 ; Resident House Officer, 1899- 
1900 ; House Physician, City Hospital, Boston, 1900-1901 ; Dispensary Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1025 Madison Av. 

KARL MILLER WILSON, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Obstetrics 

M. D. C. M., McGill University, 1908 ; House Surgreon, Montreal General Hospital, 
1908-1909 ; Interne, Assistant Resident, and Resident Obstetrician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, 1909-1912 ; Assistant and Instructor in Obstetrics, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1910-1912 ; Resident Gynecologist, Royal Victoria Hospital, 
Montreal, 1912-1913 ; Assistant Visiting Obstetrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

23 W. Chase St. 

CHARLES ROBERT AUSTRIAN, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1904, and M. D., 1909 ; Resident House Officer, 

and Assistant Resident Physician 1909-1915 ; Physician in charge Phipps Dis- 
pensary, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1417 Eutaw Place 



671] Faculty 27 

WALTER ALBERT BAETJER, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1905, and M. D., 1909 ; Resident House Officer 
and Assistant Resident, 1909-1914 ; Resident Physician, City Hospital, Bay View, 
1911-1912 ; Instructor in Medicine, 1912-1915 ; in charge Clinical Laboratory, 
and Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

16 W. Madison St. 



INSTRUCTORS 

JAMES JOSEPH MILLS, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Ophthalmology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1889 ; Assistant in Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1903-04 ; Consulting Ophthalmologist, City Hospital, 
Bay View, and Dispensary Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

853 Park Av. 

JACOB HALL PLEASANTS, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1895, and M. D., 1899 ; Assistant in Medicine, 
1900-1905 ; Resident House Officer, 1899-1900 ; President, Board of Supervisors 
of City Charities ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

806 University Par'cway 

EDGAR RANDOLPH STROBEL, M. D. 
Instructor in Clinical Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1895, and M. D., 1899 ; Assistant in Derma- 
tology, 1903-1906 ; Consulting Dermatologist, City Hospital, Bay View ; Dis- 
pensary Dermatologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

330 N. Charles St. 

WILLIAM RUSH DUNTON, Jr., M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Psychiatry 

S. B., Haverford College, 1889, and A. M., 1890 ; M. D., University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1893 ; Assistant Physician, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital ; Assistant 
in Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1906 ; Dispensary Psychiatrist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

E. Evesham Av., Govans. 

JOSEPH ALBERT CHATARD, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Loyola College, 1898 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1898- 
1899, and M. D., 1903 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1905-1907 ; Assistant Resident 
Physician, St. Joseph's Hospital, 1903-1904 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

40 W. Biddle St. 

NATHAN EDMONDSON BERRY IGLEHART, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1889 ; Assistant in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900-1909 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1012 Cathedral St. 



28 Medical Department [672 

GEORGE LANE TANEYHILL, Jr., M. D. 
Instructor in Clinical Neurology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1900, M. D., 1904 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1905- 
1909 ; Externe, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1904-1905 ; Dispensary Neurologist, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1402 Eutaw Place 

CHARLES WILLIAM LARNED, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1893 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1906-1909 ; Resident Physician, Free Lying-in-Hospital, University 
of Maryland, 1893-1894 ; Resident Physician, Hospital for Women of Maryland, 
1894-1895 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1327 Park Av. 

HENRY LEE SMITH, M. L\, F. R. S. A. (Lond.) 
Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1894; A.M. (Hon.), St. John's College (Mary- 
land), 1909; Fellow, Royal Society of Arts, London, 1914, and of the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science, 1914 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1906-1909 ; Resident Physician, Hospital for Women of 
Maryland, 1895-1896 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2701 N. Calvert St. 

SAMUEL WOLMAN, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B.. Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906 ; Assistant in Medicine, 
1907-1909 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2407 Madison Av. 

JOHN HENDRICKEN KING, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and Graduate Student, 1899-1902; M. D., 
1906 ; Assistant and Instructor in Medicine and Pathological Physiology, 1906- 
1909 ; Assistant Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1227 N. Calvert St. 

CHARLES METCALFE BYRNES, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Neurology 

S. B., University of North Carolina, 1902 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1906 ; Adjunct Professor of Anatomy, Universit- of Virginia, 1908-1909 ; 
Dispensary Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

207 E. Preston St. 

JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1895 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1899-1900 ; Resident Physician, Union Protestant Infirmary, 
1900-1903 ; Dispensary Surgeon, and Assistant Visiting Surgeon, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

1200 Cathedral St. 



673] Faculty 29 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER FISHER, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Princeton University, 1896; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1900; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1900-1901 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

715 Park Av. 

OMAR BORTON PANCOAST, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

S. B., Swarthmore College, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1897-1898 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1111 N. Charles St. 

BERTRAM MOSES BERNHEIM, M. D. 
Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1901 ; M. D., 1905 ; Assistant in Surgery, 1911- 
1913 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2319 Linden Av. 

DAVID ISRAEL MACHT, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine and Lecture Assistant in 

Pharmacology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906 ; LL. B., Hamilton College 
of Law, Cnicago, 1915 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1911-1913 ; Harvard Summer 
School, 1903-1905 ; Vol. Asst. Klinik, Prof. Landau, Berlin, 1906-1907 ; Dispen- 
sary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

3218 Auchentoroly Terr. 

HARVEY BRINTON STONE, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906 ; Resident House Officer, 
1906-1907 ; Adjunct Professor of Surgery, University of Virginia, 1907-1910 ; 
Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

214 E. Preston St. 

ALBERT KEIDEL, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1900, and M. D., 1903 ; Clinical Assistant in 
Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1903-1906 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

847 Park Av. 

ROADES FAYERWEATHER, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Harvard University, 1899; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1903; Assist- 
ant in Orthopedic Surgery, 1905-1914 ; Orthopedic Surgeon, Carney Hospital, 
Boston, 1903-1904 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

529 N. Charles St. 



30 Medical Department [674 

ROBERT WILLIAM BAINBRIDGE MAYO, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Maryland Agricultural College, 1903, and M. S., 1904 ; M. D., Johns Hop- 
kins University, 190S ; Supt. Gulf Coast Sanatorium, Mississippi, 1908-1909 ; 
Assistant Resident, Church Home and Infirmary, 1909-1910 ; Resident Surgeon, 
Hospital for Women of Maryland, 1910-1912 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

819 N. Charles St. 

GEORGE E. BENNETT, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 
M. D., University of Maryland, 1909 ; Dispensary Surgeon, Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

4 E. Madison St. 

SYDNEY ROBOTHAM MILLER, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

S. B., New York University, 1905 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1910-1911 ; Assistant in Clinical Medicine in charge of Lab- 
oratory Internal Medicine, 1913-1915 ; Assistant in Clinical Laboratory and Dis- 
pensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Elgin Av. and 12th St. 

EMIL NOVAK, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Gynecology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1904 ; Associate Professor of Gynecology, College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

823 N. Patterson Park Av. 

MARTIN FRANCIS SLOAN, M. D. 
Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

M. D., Baylor University, 1907; Assistant in Clinical Medicine, 1910-1915; Resi- 
dent Physician, Eudowood Sanatorium ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

Eudowood 



ASSISTANTS 

EUGENE JOSEPH LEOPOLD, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1901 ; M. D., 1905 ; Graduate Student, Uni- 
versity of Berlin ; " Volunteer " Stadisches Krankenhaus, Munich, and Graduate 
Student, London, 1905-1907 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

803 Park Av. 

HOWARD ELMER ASHBURY, M. D. 
Assistant in Clinical Surgery 

Ph. G., Maryland College of Pharmacy, 1899 ; M. D., University of Maryland, 

1908 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

827 N. Charles St. 



675] Faculty 31 

TRIGANT BURROW, M. D., Ph.D. 

Assistant in Clinical Psychiatry 

A. B., Fordham University, 1895 ; M. D., University of Virginia, 1899 ; Demon- 
strator in Biology, University of Virginia, 1899-1900 ; Graduate Student, Path- 
ology and Bacteriology, and Philology, 1901-1903 ; Assistant in Psychology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1909, and Ph. D., 1909 ; Assistant Dispensary 
Psychiatrist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Washington Apts. 

FRANKLIN HAZLEHURST, Jb., M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Laryngology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1903, and M. D., 1907 ; Acting Resident House 
Officer and Externe in Medicine, 1907-1908 ; Surgeon, Robert Garrett Hospital 
for Children ; Assistant Dispensary Laryngologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

230 W. Lafayette Av. 

HEDLEY VICARS TWEEDIE, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1897 ; Assistant Surgeon, Baltimore Eye, Ear, 
and Throat Charity Hospital ; Dispensary Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

508 Park Av. 

ISAAC ROSENBAUM PELS, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906 ; Interne, the Jewish 
Hospital, Philadelphia, 1906-1907; Externe in Medicine and Surgery, 1907-1909; 
Interne, Union Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, 1908 ; Dispensary Dermatologist, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital 

922 W. North Ave. 

LEO JOHN GOLDBACH, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology 

A. B., Loyola College, 1901 ; M. D., University of Maryland, 1905 ; Surgeon, 
Presbyterian Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital ; Dispensary Ophthalmologist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

322 N. Charles St. 

LLOYD WARREN KETRON, M. D. 
Assistant in Clinical Dermatology 

A. B., Grant University, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; Assistant 
Dispensary Dermatologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

529 N. Charles St. 

LLOYD BANKSON WHITHAM, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1910 ; Assistant Surgeon, Baltimore Eye, Ear 
and Throat Charity Hospital ; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Robert Garrett 
Hospital ; Dispensary Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1007 N. Calvert St. 



32 Medical Department [676 

JOHN SCOTT WILLOCK, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Dermatology 

S. B., Princeton University. 1900 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1904 ; Resi- 
dent Physician, Allegheny General Hospital, 1904-1905 ; Assistant Dispensary 
Dermatologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Englewood Rd. and Falls Rd. Terr., Roland Park. 

LEWIE MULLER GRIFFITH, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Laryngology 
S. B., University of South Carolina, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

426 N. Wolfe St. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM HOBELMAN, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Urology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1901 ; Dispensary Urologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

33 Gunther Building 

MARY ASHMUN HODGE, M. D. 
Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1908, and Graduate Student, 1909-1910 ; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914 ; Physician in charge of Dispensary Lab- 
oratory, 1914-1915 ; Assistant Resident Physician (2 months). 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CAROLINE BENSON TOWLES, M. D. 
Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1893; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1905 ; Assistant in Pediatrics, 1913-1914 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

1006 Madison Ave. 

SAMUEL SHELTON WATKINS, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Laryngology 

A. B. Central University of Kentucky, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1914 ; Interne, Church Home and Infirmary, 1914 ; Assistant Superintendent, 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1914-1915 ; Assistant Dispensary Laryngologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



677] Committees 33 

ADVISORY BOARD OF THE MEDICAL FACULTY 



Frank J. Goodnow 

{President) , William H. Howell, 

William H. Welch, J. Whitridgo Williams {Dean), 

Henry M. Hurd, Adolf Meyer, 

William S. Halsted, Winford Smith, 

Howard A. Kelly, Walter Jones, 

Franklin P. Mall, John Howland. 

John J. Abel, Theodore C. Janeway. 

The Board was constituted by resolution of the Trustees (April 
3, 1893), "to report to the Trustees from time to time their sug- 
gestions and to prepare and carry forward the proper arrange- 
ments for the instruction and graduation of medical students." 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE FACULTY 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

The President of the University, The Dean of the Medical Faculty, 
The Superintendent of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 

COMMITTEE ON THE LIBRABY 

William H. Howell (Chairman), The University Librarian, 
John J. Abel, J. Whitridge Williams, 

Walter Jones, John Howland, 

Franklin P. Mall, Theodore C. Janeway, 

William S. Halsted. 

COMMITTEE ON ADMISSION 

The Dean (Chairman), Walter Jones, 

John J. Abel, Franklin P. Mall, 

William W. Ford, Florence R. Sabin, 
William H. Howell, William H. Welch. 

Warren H. Lewis. 

COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATIONS FOR THE 
FIRST AND SECOND YEARS OF THE COURSE 

William H. Howell, Chairman. 
This Committee consists of the Professors and Associate Pro- 
fessors instructing first and second year students. 



34 Medical Department [678 

COMMITTEE ON INSTBUCTION AND EXAMINATIONS FOB THE 
THIBD AND FOURTH YEARS OF THE COUBSE 

J. Whitridge Williams, Chairman. 
This Committee consists of the Professors and Associate Pro- 
fessors instructing third and fourth year students. 

COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE INSTRUCTION 

The Dean (Chairman), Winford Smith. 

Lewellys F. x Barker, 

COMMITTEE ON THE CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT 

The Dean (Chairman), Franklin P. Mall, 

William H. Howell, William H. Welch. 

The Dean is ex officio member of all committees. 



OTHER OFFICERS 



M. Llewellyn Raney 4117 Penhurst Av., W. Arlington. 

Librarian of the University. 
Thomas R. Ball 3102 Walbrook Av. 

Registrar of the University. 

George J. Coy 2403 Elsinore Av., Walbrook 

Registrar of the Medical Department. 



Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 



Lewellys F. Barker, Theodore C. Janeway, 

John M. T. Finney, Adolf Meyer, 

William S. Halsted, Winford Smith, 

Howard A. Kelly, William S. Thayer, 

John Howland, William H. Welch, 

Henry M. Hurd, J. Whitridge Williams. 

Under the rules and regulations of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 
it is " the duty of the Medical Board to advise the Trustees in all 
matters relating to the welfare of the Hospital." 



679] Hospital Staff 35 

THE MEDICAL STAFF OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY* 



Superintendent Winford Smith. 

Assistant Superintendent Karl H. Van Norman. 

" " Ralph B. Seem. 

" " Lewis A. Sexton. 

Physician-in-Chief Theodore C. Janeway. 

Associate Physician Herman 0. Mosenthal. 

Associate Physician Leonard G. Rowntree. 

Surgeon-in-Chief William S. Halsted. 

Associate Surgeon George J. Heuer. 

" " Emil Goetsch. 

Oynecologist-in-Chief Howard A. Kelly. 

Obstetrician-in-Chief J. Whitridge Williams. 

Pediatrician-in-Chief John Howland. 

Associate Pediatrician Edwards A. Park. 

Assistant Pediatrician Williams McK. Marriott. 

Psychiatrist-in-Chief Adolf Meyer. 

Associate Psychiatrist C. Macfie Campbell. 



Visiting Physician Lewellys F. Barker. 

" " William S. Thayer. 

Assistant Visiting Physician Thomas B. Futcher. 

" " Louis Hamman. 

" " Thomas R. Boggs. 

" " " Thomas R. Brown. 

Visiting Surgeon John M. T. Finney. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon Joseph C. Bloodgood. 

" " " Richard H. Follis. 

" " William S. Baer 

( Orthopedic Surgeon ) , 
" " " Samuel J. Crowe 

(Laryngologist). 
" " John Staige Davis. 

Visiting Urologist Hugh H. Young. 

Assistant Visiting Urologist John T. Geraghty. 

Assistant in Urology David M. Davis. 

" " George Pierce. 



* Corrected to September 1, 1915. 



36 Medical Department [680 

Assistant in Urology Norman M. Keith. 

" William C. Quinby. 

" " William S. Gorton. 

Assistant Visiting Gynecologist . . William W. Russell. 
" " " Thomas S. Cullen. 

Guy L. Hunner. 
" Edward H. Richardson. 

Assistant Visiting Obstetrician. . . Karl M. Wilson. 
'L " " Everett D. Plass. 

Visiting Neurologist Henry M. Thomas. 

Visiting Ophthalmologist Samuel Theobald. 

Asst. Visiting Ophthalmologist . . . Robert L. Randolph. 

Visiting Dermatologist T. Caspar Gilchrist. 

" J. Williams Lord. 

Roentgenologist Frederick H. Baetjer. 

Asst. Roentgenologist Charles A. Waters. 

" " J. William Pierson. 

University Appointees Working 

in Hospital Laboratories Calvin W. Goddard 

(Heart Station). 
Alma Hiller 

( Chemical Laboratory) . 



Resident Physician Paul W. Clough. 

Assistant Resident Physician D. Sclater Lewis. 

" * " Arthur L. Bloomfield. 

« " " Eveleth W. Bridgman. 

" " " David C. Streett. 

" « " Robert L. Levy. 

" " " Mildred Clark. 

i " " " John T. King, Jr. 

Resident Physician in Charge of 

Private Wards Clyde G. Guthrie. 

Assistant Resident Physician Frederick Janney Smith. 

" " " Ernest S. du Bray. 

" " " Joseph L. Sherrick. 

Resident Surgeon Roy D. McClure. 

Assistant Resident Surgeon Walter E. Dandy. 

" « " Mont R. Reid. 

" " " George R. Dunn. 



681] Hospital Staff 37 

Assistant Resident Surgeon Jerome P. Websteb. 

Habby R. Slack. 
H. Page Mauck. 

Resident Urologist William A. Frontz. 

Assistant Resident Urologist Jonathan E. Bubns, Jb. 

Don F. Camebon. 
Howard L. Cecil. 

Resident Gynecologist Veadeb N. Leonabd. 

Assistant Resident Gynecologist . . Walteb R. Holmes. 
" " " Henby N. Shaw. 

" " " Hebbebt M. N. Wynne. 

Resident Obstetrician William L. Millea. 

Assistant Resident bstet rician. . Daniel Davis. 

Resident Pediatrician Kenneth D. Blackfan. 

Assistant Resident Pediatrician . . Gboveb F. Powebs. 

Resident Psychiatrist Roscoe W. Hall. 

Assistant Resident Psychiatrist .. Chables B. Thompson. 
" " " Augusta R. Scott. 

Acting Resident Pathologist Montbose T. Bubbows. 

Assistant Resident Pathologist. . .Stanhope Bayne- Jones. 
" William C. Duffy. 

Resident House Officers: 

D. W. Atchley. G. H. Pbeston, 

W. C. Bubket, G. K. Rhodes, 

J. J. Chisolm, E. L. Richabds, 

S. W. Clausen, T. M. Rivebs, 

D. F. Elmendorf, G. W. Rosenthal, 

R. E. Fallas, L. L. Rothschild, 

R. L. Haden, V. P. W. Sydenstbickeb, 

S. V. Ibwin, W. B. Tebhune, Jr., 

V. R. Mason, D. V. Trueblood, 

K. F. Maxcy, P. S. Tucker, 

J. G. Murray, L. R. Wharton. 

H. H. Musser, 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

Physician-in-Chief Theodore C. Janeway. 

Surgeon-in-Chief William S. Halsted. 

Gynecologist-in-Chief Howard A. Kelly. 

Obstetrician-in-Chief J. Whitridge Williams. 

Psychiatrist-in-Chief Adolf Meyeb. 

Pediatrician-in-Chief John Howland. 



38 Medical Department [682 



DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 

A — General Medicine: 

Physician in Charge Thomas B. Futcheb. 

" " Louis V. Hamman. 

Dispensary Physician Frank R. Smith. 

" Louis P. Hamburgeb. 

" Joseph A. Chatard. 

" Henry Lee Smith. 

" Charles 1 W. Larned. 

" Eugene J. Leopold. 

" Samuel Wolman. 

u David I. Macht. 

" Robert W. B. Mayo. 

" J. Hall Pleasants. 

" John A. Luetscher. 

" Walter A. Baetjer. 

" Mary A. Hodge. 

" Eveleth W. Bridgman. 

" Caroline B. Towles. 

Asst. Dispensary Physician Bebtha C. Tapman. 

" " " William K. Skilling. 

" " " Henby B. Athey. 

" " " Harry Goldbebg. 

Calvin W. Goddabd. 
Dispensary Laboratory Marjorie D. Batchelor. 

B — Clinical Neurology : 

Neurologist in Charge Henry M. Thomas. 

Dispensary Neurologist G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr. 

" " Chaeles M. Bybnes. 

Asst. Dispensary Neurologist Robebt A. Wabneb. 

" " " Andbew C. Gillis. 

" " " Daniel D. V. Stuabt. 

C — Phipps Dispensary : 

Physician in Charge Chables R. Austeian. 

Dispensary Physician Maetin F. Sloan. 

" " EDWABD V. COOLAHAN. 

" " Isadoee L. Hibschman. 

Asst. Dispensary Physician John Gibdwood. 

" " " Joseph J. Kemleb. 

" " " HlEAM FEIED. 

" " " Raymond G. Hussey. 



683] Hospital Staff 

D — Oastro-Intestinal Diseases : 

Physician in Charge Thomas R. Brown. 

Asst. Dispensary Physician Ernest H. Gaither. 

Elmer B. Freeman. 

Edgar P. Sandrock. 

John H. King. 

Randolph A. Michelson. 

E — Diseases of Metabolism: 

Physician in Charge Herman 0. Mosenthal. 

Dispensary Physician John H. King. 

" " Eugene J. Leopold. 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 

A — General Surgery: 

Surgeon in Charge George Walker. 

Dispensary Surgeon Richard H. Follis. 

" " Omar B. Pancoast. 

" J. Staige Davis. 

" " William A. Fisher. 

" Bertram M. Bernheim. 

Dispensary Surgeon. Harvey B. Stone. 

" " Harry L. Homer. 

Asst. Dispensary Surgeon Ronald T. Abercrombie. 

" " " Elliott H. Hutchins. 

" " Thomas R. Chambers. 

B — Ophthalmology : 

Ophthalmologist in Charge Samuel Theobald. 

" " Robert L. Randolph. 

Dispensary Ophthalmologist Leo J. Goldbach. 

" " HEDLEY V. TWEEDIE. 

" " Lloyd B. Whitham. 

" Edward A. Looper. 

Randolph M. Kahn. 

C — Urology : 

Urologist in Charge John T. Geraghty. 

Dispensary Urologist Frederick W. Hobelman. 



40 Medical Department [684 

Asst. Dispensary Urologist William A. Fbontz. 

" J. Edwabd Burns. 

Don A. Cameron. 
Howard L. Cecil. 

D — Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology: 

Laryngologist in Charge Samuel J. Crowe. 

Asst. Dispensary Laryngologist . . .Hoagland C. Davis. 

" Franklin Hazlehubst. 

Harry R. Slack. 
" " " S. Shelton Watkins. 

E — Dermatology : 

Dermatologist in Charge T. Caspar Gilchrist. 

" " " J. Williams Lord. 

Dispensary Dermatologist Edgar R. 'Strobel. 

" Isaac R. Pels. 

Asst. Dispensary Dermatologist..!. Edward Gately. 
" " " Lloyd W. Ketron. 

" " " John Scott Willock. 

" " " Harry M. Robinson. 

F — Orthopedic Surgery: 

Surgeon in Charge William S. Baer. 

Dispensary Surgeon Howard E. Ashbuby. 

" " Roades Fayebweatheb. 

" " Geobge E. Bennett. 

Asst. Dispensary Surgeon Cabl R. Ahboon. 

" " " N. M. Canteb. 

" " " H. Page Mauck. 



DEPARTMENT OF GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS 

A — Gynecology : 

Gynecologist in Charge Edwabd H. Richabdson. 

Dispensary Gynecologist Veadeb N. Leonabd. 

" " Walteb R. Holmes. 

Asst. Dispensary Gynecologist. . .DeWitt B. Casleb. 
" " " Lawbence R. Whabton. 

Roy E. Fallas. 



685] 



Hospital Staff 



41 



B — Obstetrics : 

Obstetrician in Charge William L. Millea. 

Dispensary Obstetrician Daniel Davis. 

Asst. Dispensary Obstetrician. . . .John G. Murray, Jr. 
" " " Prescott S. Tucker. 



DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS 

Pediatrician in Charge Edwards A. Park . 

Dispensary Physician J. H. Mason Knox. 

Asst. Dispensary Physician Williams McK. Marriott. 

" " " James L. Gamble. 

" " " Warren R. Sisson. 

" " " James B. Holmes. 

" " " Grover F. Powers. 

" " " Samuel W. Clausen. 

" " " Kenneth F. Maxey. 

" Harry L. Whittle. 



DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY 

Psychiatrist in Charge C. Mactie Campbell. 

Dispensary Psychiatrist Wm. Rush Dunton, Jr. 

Asst. Dispensary Psychiatrist .... George F. Sargent. 
" " " Trigant Burrow. 

" " Daniel D. V. Stuart. 

" " Roscoe W. Hall. 

William B. Cornell. 
iC " " George B. Wolff. 

" " " William A. Boyd. 

" " Charles B. Thompson. 

" " " George H. Preston. 

" " Lippman L. Rothschild. 



42 Medical Department [686 

City Hospitals at Bay View 

(Controlled by the Board of Supervisors of City Charities) 

THE CITY HOSPITAL 

THE MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL 

THE CITY DETENTION HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE 



Lamar Hollyday, Superintendent 
Medical Board: 

Physician-in-Chief Thomas R. Boggs, M. D. 

Surgeon-in-Chief Arthur M. Shipley, M. D. 

Physician in Charge, Tuberculosis 

Hospital Gordon Wilson, M. D. 

Physician in Charge, Detention 

Hospital for Insane Henry E. Austin, M. D. 

Pathologist Milton C. Winternitz, M. D. 

Consulting Staff: 

( Henry J. Berkley, M. D. 

Alienists { Adolf Meyer, M.D. 

Neurologist Henry M. Thomas, M. D. 

f John T. Geraghty, M. D. 
Urologists j George Timberlake> m> d . 

( Hugh Brent, M. D. 
Gynecologists j Edward h RichardS0Nj m . d . 

Laryngologist Frank D. Sanger, M. D. 

Otologist William Tarun, M. D. 

Dermatologist Edgar R. Strobel, M. D. 

( John Howland, M. D. 
Pediatricians j JoHN RuHRAH> M> R 

Ophthalmologist James J. Mills, M. D. 



Third-year students receive clinical instruction in medicine in 
the City and Tuberculosis Hospitals during the third trimester. 

Fourth-year students receive clinical instruction in psychiatry 
in the Detention Hospital for the Insane. 

Elective work will t>e offered during the entire year. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION AND 
GRADUATION 



GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE 
OF INSTRUCTION OFFERED TO CAN- 
DIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF 
DOCTOR OF MEDICINE 



GENERAL STATEMENT 



The Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity was opened for the instruction of students October, 
1893. It is an integral and coordinate part of the Univer- 
sity, and is in the closest affiliation with the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, the professors of the various clinical branches being 
the heads of the corresponding departments in the Hospital. 

From the opening of the school, all instructors in the 
underlying scientific branches have devoted their entire time 
to their university duties. The establishment by the General 
Education Board in 1914 of the William H. Welch Fund for 
the Advancement of Clinical Teaching has made it pos- 
sible to place the responsible instructors in Medicine, Sur- 
gery, and Pediatrics upon a similar basis, while others who 
are engaged in practice will be utilized as clinical teachers. 

The course of instruction extends over four years, and is 
planned for the professional training of those who have 
received a liberal education, as indicated by a collegiate 
degree in arts or science from an acceptable institution, 
including an adequate training in physics, chemistry, and 
biology, and a reading knowledge of French and German. 
Men and women are admitted upon the same terms. 

In order to afford requisite facilities, the number of stu- 
dents in each class is limited to ninety. 

Throughout the course special emphasis is laid upon prac- 
tical work in the laboratories and in the dispensary and 
wards of the Hospital. While the primary aim of the School 
is to train practitioners of medicine and surgery, it is recog- 
nized that the medical art should rest upon a suitable pre- 
liminary education and upon thorough training in the under- 
lying medical sciences. The first two years are devoted 
mainly to practical work, combined with demonstrations, 

45 



46 Medical Department [690 

recitations and lectures, in the laboratories of anatomy, physi- 
ology, physiological chemistry, pharmacology, pathology, and 
bacteriology. During the last two years the student is given 
abundant opportunity for the personal study of sick patients, 
and most of his time is spent in the hospital wards or dis- 
pensary, and in the clinical laboratories. 

The instruction begins on the morning of the first Tues- 
day of October. Candidates for admission are required to 
be present on the preceding Friday (see the Calendar, page 
7). The graduating exercises are held on the second Tues- 
day of June. There are short recesses at Christmas and 
Easter. 

All inquiries should be addressed to the Dean of the Johns 
Hopkins Medical School. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 



As candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine the 
School receives: 

I. Those who have satisfactorily completed the Chem- 
ical-Biological course, which leads to the A. B. degree in 
this University (Group V., course preliminary to medi- 
cine). 

II. Graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools 
who can furnish evidence: (a) That they have an acquaint- 
ance with Latin and a reading knowledge of French and 
German; (b) That they have such knowledge of biology, 
chemistry and physics, as may be obtained by courses cor- 
responding to those outlined below.* 



* Biology. — In addition to the usual class work, the instruction 
must include a year's laboratory course of six hours or more a week 
upon the structure, functions and life-histories of selected types of 
animal and plant life. Courses in botany or zoology will be accepted 
provided the laboratory work has been adequate. It is desirable that 
the course should include laboratory instruction in embryology. 



691] Requirements for Admission 47 

III. Those who give evidence by examination that they 
possess the general education implied by a degree in arts 
or in science from an approved college or scientific school, 
and in addition, the knowledge of Latin, French, German, 
physics, chemistry, and biology above indicated. 

(Thus far, no students have been accepted under this special 
provision.) 

Application for Admission 

Application for admission should be made to the Dean, 
who will furnish printed blanks, one page of which is to be 
filled out by the applicant and the other by an officer of the 
institution at which the collegiate degree was obtained. The 
former gives information concerning the general preliminary 
education of the applicant, and the latter authoritative data 
concerning the instruction received in the pre-medical sciences 
and the modern languages. 

Applicants meeting all requirements will be accepted with- 
out examination, so long as vacancies exist in the class to 
which admission is desired. Under no conditions will appli- 
cants be accepted who are deficient in the underlying sciences, 
but in exceptional instances, those having only a deficiency 
in French or German may be admitted conditionally, on the 



Chemistby. — The minimum requirement is a one year course in 
inorganic chemistry, including five hours of laboratory work a week 
throughout the year, and an elementary course in organic chemistry, 
including at least 30 lectures and 90 to 100 hours of laboratory 
work. 

Physics. — A collegiate course for at least one year is required. 
This must include four hours a week of class-room work and 
three hours a week of quantitative work in the laboratory. Special 
attention should be given to theoretical mechanics and to mechanical 
and electrical experiments. 

Latin. — The candidate should have studied Latin grammar and 
should possess at least such knowledge of the language as may be 
acquired by reading four books of Caesar or their equivalent. 



48 Medical Department [692 

understanding that the condition must be absolved before 
the beginning of the second year. 

As the size of each class is limited, it is attempted, in case 
a greater number apply, to choose ninety of the most promis- 
ing applicants. The choice is made by taking into consider- 
ation the character of the college from which the applicant 
graduated, his standing in the pre-medical sciences and the 
languages, and the estimate made by one of his science teach- 
ers, in a personal letter to the Dean, as to his or her fitness 
to undertake the study of medicine. 

Applications may be filed at any time, but, except in 
unusual circumstances, they will not be considered formally 
before July first. Notification of acceptance will be sent not 
later than July fifteenth. 

Admission to Advanced Standing 

Students from acceptable medical schools may be admitted 
to the second, third or fourth year classes if vacancies occur. 
Such applicants must furnish evidence (1) that they are eli- 
gible to the first year class without conditions of any kind; 
(2) that medical courses equivalent in kind and amount to 
those given in this school, in the year or years preceding that 
to which admission is desired, have been satisfactorily com- 
pleted; and (3) they must be prepared to pass examinations 
at the beginning of the session in all subjects already pur- 
sued by the class to which admission is sought. The appli- 
cant must have studied as a matriculated medical student for 
a period of time at least equal to that already spent by the 
class which he seeks to enter. 

As graduation from an approved college or scientific school 
is essential for admission to this school, applicants from uni- 
versities conferring a degree upon the completion of a com- 
bined course, consisting of two years of collegiate and two 
years of medical work, are not eligible for admission to our 
third year class. 



693] Requirements for Graduation 49 

Instruction for Graduates in Medicine 

Beginning the first of June each year, six weeks courses, 
especially adapted to meet the needs of practitioners of 
medicine, are given in medicine, surgery and various spec- 
ialties, as well as in several of the underlying medical sciences. 
These courses are described on page 107. 

During the school year, a limited number of graduate 
students may be admitted to work in the several departments, 
in so far as they do not occupy the places or interfere with 
the routine work of the undergraduate students. 

In every instance the arrangement for such instruction and 
facilities must be made directly with the head of the depart- 
ment concerned, but work cannot be commenced until after 
registration at the Dean's office. 

Persons who have already received the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine elsewhere, will not be admitted as candidates 
for that degree from this University. Should further in- 
struction be desired, they may enter as graduate students. 

Special Workers. — Special workers, not candidates for 
a degree, may be received at the discretion of the Faculty. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION 



The degree of Doctor of Medicine is conferred upon those 
who, after fulfilling all the requirements for admission, have 
completed satisfactorily a four years' course of study. 

Students who have been admitted to advanced standing, 
as well as those of our own students who have been granted 
permission to pursue a part of their studies elsewhere, must 
spend at least the final year in the Medical School of this 
University. 

The degrees are publicly conferred at the University Com- 
mencement on the second Tuesday of June, or on Commem- 
oration Day, February the twenty-second. 



Medical Department [694 

EXAMINATIONS 



At the end of the fifth trimester, the records of all stu- 
dents in the second year class are reviewed by the Committee 
on Instruction and Examinations for the first two years. Stu- 
dents who are reported as having failed in any two of the 
following subjects: Anatomy (including Histology), Physi- 
ology, Physiological Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, 
(including Bacteriology), will be required to withdraw from 
the school. Those who fail in one subject will be allowed to 
take a second examination not later than the following 
October. Failure in this second examination necessitates 
withdrawal from the school. 

No student will be permitted to enter upon the work of 
the fourth year until he has absolved the required third year 
work in Gynecology, Physical Diagnosis, Clinical Microscopy 
and Neurology. 

Final examinations for graduation will be held in Medi- 
cine, Surgery, Obstetrics and the Major Electives. The ex- 
amination in Obstetrics may be absolved at the end of the 
third or during the fourth year. No student will be per- 
mitted to continue in the school if he fails in any two of 
these subjects, or if he fails a second time in Medicine or 
Surgery. 

Third year students who fail in either Medicine or Surgery 
and who stand low in other subjects will be required to stand 
a joint examination in Medicine and Surgery the following 
Fall before a committee consisting of the professors of both 
branches and one or more of the senior members of each staff. 
This examination will be oral and practical and, in case of 
failure, the student will be required to withdraw from the 
School. 

The estimation of the standing of each student is based 
upon the general character of his work, as well as upon the 



695] Examinations 51 

results of examinations. When the average standing falls, 
below 75, the student will be notified at the end of the year. 

Students not appearing for examination on the specified 
dates will be required to pay a fee of $5.00 for special ex- 
amination. 

First and Second Years 

The practical examination in Microscopic Anatomy will be 
held at the end of the second trimester of the first year, and in 
Gross Anatomy after the student has completed the dissec- 
tion of the human body. The final examination in Anatomy 
must be taken not later than the end of the second trimes- 
ter of the second year. 

Final examinations in the other subjects will be given as 
follows : 

Bacteriology : at the end of the third trimester of the first 
year. 

Physiological Chemistry : Group A, at the end of the third 
trimester of the first year; Group B, at the end of the first 
trimester of the second year. 

Physiology: at the end of the first trimester of the second 
year. 

Pathology : at the end of the second trimester of the second 
year. 

Pharmacology: at the end of the second trimester of the 
second year. 

Third and Fourth Years 

At the end of the third year, final examinations are held 
in obligatory obstetrics, gynecology, nervous diseases, clinical 
microscopy and surgical pathology. 

At the end of the fourth year final examinations are held 
in medicine and surgery. In the elective courses and special 
branches, the examinations are held upon the completion 
of the work. 



Medical Department [696 

GENERAL PLAN OF INSTRUCTION 



Each year is divided into trimesters, the first extending 
from October to the Christmas recess, the second from 
January to March 15, and the third from March 15, to the 
end of the academic year. 

The first two years of the course are devoted mainly to 
the fundamental medical sciences, the larger part of the 
time being spent in practical work in the laboratories. In 
the last two years the various clinical branches are studied 
in the wards of the Hospital, the dispensary, and in the 
clinical laboratories. 

The principal studies of the first year are anatomy, 
histology, neurology, bacteriology, physiology, and physio- 
logical chemistry. The study of anatomy and of physiology 
is continued in the second year, together with general path- 
ology, pathological anatomy and histology, pharmacology, and 
toxicology. During the last trimester of the second year 
instruction is begun in physical diagnosis and in certain 
surgical methods, as an introduction to the clinical work of 
the succeeding years. 

The major portion of the work of the first two years is 
obligatory for all students, but the time is so arranged that 
certain elective courses may be selected; thereby making it 
possible either to give more time to the obligatory courses, or 
to do special work along related lines. 

In these two years thirty units of work are required — the 
unit being a course or group of courses of instruction equiva- 
lent to five hours a week for one trimester. Consequently 
it is necessary for the students to take five units of obligatory 
and elective work during each trimester, in order to complete 
in two years the requirements for entrance upon the clinical 
studies. The system, however, permits him to spend an ad- 
ditional trimester or longer in the preparatory work, should 
it prove necessary or desirable. 



697] General Plan of Instruction 53 

As the third and fourth years are devoted to practical 
medicine, they can not be taken up until the student has 
obtained credit for the prescribed minimum of work in the 
underlying sciences. 

The work of the third year is largely obligatory. The 
student attends the clinics and dispensary exercises in medi- 
cine and surgery, and completes the required work in ob- 
stetrics, gynecology, and nervous diseases. 

For the morning work the class is divided into four groups. 
From 9 to 10 a. m. each group receives instruction in ob- 
stetrics, gynecology or surgery, and from ten o'clock to noon 
the time is devoted to practical work in the medical, sur- 
gical and nervous departments of the Dispensary. From 
12 noon to 1 p. m. the entire class attends the amphi- 
theatre clinics in medicine or surgery. The afternoons are 
devoted mainly to laboratory work in clinical microscopy and 
surgical pathology. Instruction is also given in practical 
therapeutics and pharmacy, thus completing the pharmaco- 
logical work of the previous year. Moreover, short propa- 
deutical courses are given to familiarize the student with the 
use of the ophthalmoscope and laryngoscope. On certain 
afternoons there are also offered a number of short elective 
courses of a practical character, and each student is required 
to select from them a sufficient amount of work to give him 
a credit of one and a half units. 

The work of the fourth year is partly elective. For this 
purpose the class is divided into three groups, each working 
in rotation for one trimester in medicine, surgery, and in 
certain elective subjects. 

Each student must complete 18 units of work during the 
year — the unit being a course or group of courses occupying 
six hours a week for one trimester. Twelve units are obliga- 
tory, and include six units in medicine (including pediatrics) 
three units in surgery, one unit in ophthalmology, one unit 
which may be selected from laryngology, dermatology, genito- 
urinary surgery, orthopedics or neurology ; while another unit 



54: Medical Department [698 

is based upon attendance upon a weekly amphitheatre clinic 
in medicine, and upon a group of lectures upon medical 
zoology, psychiatry, hygiene, medical jurisprudence and 
medical ethics. 

The obligatory work in medicine, which includes a part 
of the required work in pediatrics, requires, at least, six 
hours of work a day for one trimester. The members of 
this group act as clinical clerks in the medical wards of the 
hospital, a certain number of beds being assigned to each 
student. They take the histories of the patients and make 
the necessary examinations and notes under the guidance 
and direction of the resident staff. They accompany the 
physician-in-chief or some member of the senior staff in the 
daily ward-rounds, and receive special bedside and laboratory 
instruction. 

In the surgical trimester, the student gives three hours 
a day to attendance upon ward-rounds, operations, and 
to work in the surgical laboratories. The members of this 
group act as surgical dressers in the wards. They make the 
morning visits with the surgeon-in-chief or a member of the 
senior staff, and have daily opportunities to become familiar 
with the diagnosis, management and progress of surgical 
cases. They are also given an opportunity to take an elective 
course in operative surgery upon animals. 

The elective work is arranged in major, minor and frac- 
tional courses. The former occupy 3 or 2% hours a day 
throughout one trimester, according as the classes are in 
the morning or afternoon, and count as 3 or 2% units res- 
pectively. In the minor courses, which count as one unit, 
one hour a day, or two hours every alternate day, throughout 
one trimester, are devoted to the subject; while several frac- 
tional courses may be combined to make one unit. Students 
choosing such courses must register at the Dean's office and 
will be expected to complete them satisfactorily and to submit 
to an examination at their close. In fractional courses, 
which count as less than one-half of a unit, examinations 
will not be held, and regular attendance, properly certified 



699] Clinical Opportunities 55 

by the instructor, will entitle the student to the allotted 
credit. 

After having once been chosen, elective courses must be 
followed to the end of the trimester. These courses may con- 
tinue the practical work in medicine, surgery, obstetrics, 
gynecology, etc., or may bear upon the various specialties, 
or may be taken in the laboratories of the underlying medical 
sciences. 

To summarize, the time of each fourth-year student is 
apportioned as follows : trimester A, practical work in medi- 
cine during the entire day; trimester B, practical work in 
surgery during the morning, and in the afternoons short 
courses in ophthalmology, and in one of the special branches 
of medicine ; trimester C, six units of elective work. In other 
words, each student after completing certain minimal re- 
quirements, chiefly in medicine and surgery, may extend his 
knowledge by taking a number of short clinical courses in 
various branches, or he may concentrate his attention upon 
the work of a few departments. 



CLINICAL OPPORTUNITIES 



Satisfactory clinical facilities for ninety students in each 
class are afforded by the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dis- 
pensary, which occupies a site of fourteen acres immediately 
adjoining the grounds of the Medical School. 

The Hospital is governed by its own Board of Trustees and 
has an endowment independent of that of the University 
and its Medical School, but the relations between the two 
institutions are most intimate; as the will of their Founder 
directed that the Hospital should be a part of the Medical 
School of the University. The superintendent of the Hos- 
pital and the heads of its main departments are members of 
the Medical Faculty; while the incumbents of the chief clini- 
cal chairs of the University are also members of the Medical 
Board of the Hospital. This interlocking arrangement has 



56 Medical Department [700 

resulted in the greatest possible utilization of the patients of 
the Hospital for the instruction of the third and fourth year 
students. 

The Hospital is unusually well equipped and contains 600 
beds, while its Dispensary is visited each day by more than 
300 patients. In addition to the large administration build- 
ing and the Marburg ward for private patients, the Hospital 
is made up of a group of buildings containing five large 
wards for white patients suffering from medical, surgical and 
gynecological diseases, a separate building for colored pati- 
ents, an isolation and an obstetrical ward. Facilities for 
instruction in pediatrics, psychiatry and genito-urinary 
diseases are afforded by the Harriet Lane Home for Invalid 
Children, the Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic and the James 
Buchanan Brady Hrological Institute. These three buildings 
are upon the Hospital grounds, and, while maintained by 
separate foundations, are conducted as integral parts of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

In addition to the necessary buildings for the nurses' home, 
kitchen, laundry, etc., the following buildings also occupy the 
Hospital lot: — the Pathological and Clinical Laboratories, 
the general Dispensary, the Phipps' Dispensary for Tubercu- 
losis, and the Surgical building. This latter contains not 
only the surgical operating rooms and amphitheatre, but also 
class rooms for instruction in Medicine, as well as the labora- 
tory for surgical pathology and the laboratories of the medical 
clinic. 

Through the courtesy of the Supervisors of City Charities 
of Baltimore, the Johns Hopkins University has the privilege 
of utilizing for clinical instruction the patients in the various 
departments of the City Hospitals at Bay View. During the 
first trimester practical instruction in mental diseases is given 
to the fourth-year class; during the third trimester the wards 
of the general and tubercular hospitals are utilized for the 
instruction of the third-year students in medicine, surgery 
and pathology; and throughout the year elective courses in 
medicine are available to fourth-year students. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



REGISTRATION 



Students will not be admitted to the undergraduate courses 
until they have registered at the Dean's office and paid their 
fees for the first trimester. 

Graduate students, after receiving permission from the 
Heads of Departments to enter any course under their super- 
vision, must register at the Dean's office before beginning 
work. Upon payment of the requisite fee, a card will be 
issued stating the courses which the holder is entitled to 
take. This card must be presented to the instructor in charge 
of each course, in order that its holder may be recognized 
and receive due credit for his work. 



CHARGES FOR TUITION 



The charge for tuition is two hundred and forty dollars 
per annum, payable in three installments, October, January 
and March 15. There are no extra charges, except for rental 
of microscope, laboratory breakage and certain expensive 
supplies. A deposit of ten dollars is required from each 
student at the time of enrollment. This caution money is 
repaid when the student leaves, if there are no charges 
against it. 

The fees for graduate students and for physicians taking 
the summer courses will vary according to the character and 
number of the courses taken. 

Bills may be paid at the Dean's office, or at the office of 
the Treasurer of the University, on North Howard Street. 



MICROSCOPES 



The character of the work throughout the entire course 
requires the constant use of the microscope. Every student is 

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60 Medical Department [704 

recommended to purchase one, but those who do not care to 
do so may obtain one from the School upon the payment of a 
yearly rental of five dollars, with an additional charge of two 
dollars if an oil immersion lens is desired. Microscopes thus 
rented must be returned in good condition at the end of the 
year. 

Dissecting microscopes may be rented at the rate of one 
dollar a year. 

Microscopes are not provided in the graduate courses, but 
may be rented at the rates just stated. A deposit of $10.00 
is required, which will be refunded if the microscope is 
returned uninjured. 



SCHOLARSHIPS 



Hopkins Scholarships 

Six Hopkins Scholarships are open annually to students 
from Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia. These schol- 
arships give free tuition for one year and are granted to 
deserving students who have shown marked aptitude in their 
work. Three are given to fourth-year students, two to third- 
year students and one to a second-year student. Applications 
should be addressed to the Dean of the Medical School not 
later than May first, in accordance with a prescribed form. 

The Joseph Kernochan Garr Scholarship 

Through the kindness of Mrs. Henry Lee Smith, of Balti- 
more, the Medical Faculty is enabled to offer a scholarship 
amounting to $100 a year to aid a deserving student. The 
scholarship is known as " The Joseph Kernochan Garr Schol- 
arship." Applications should be addressed to the Dean on 
May first of each year. 



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HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 



At the close of the academic year in June, sixteen or more 
unmarried members of the graduating class are recommended 
to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital for appoint- 
ment as Eesident House Officers, to serve for one year from 
the following first of September. 

The selection is made as follows: (1) Not later than 
December 15 of each year a notice is sent to the unmarried 
members of the graduating class giving the number of house 
officers to be appointed in each service for the following 
year, and requesting those desiring such posts to make appli- 
cation in writing to the Dean not later than January 1, 
stating what service is preferred. A second or third choice 
may be indicated if desired. The applications will be con- 
sidered at a special meeting of the Faculty to be held prior 
to January 15. 

(2) The applicants for each service will be selected accord- 
ing to their standing, based upon the work of the first three 
years, although the Faculty reserves the right to take into 
consideration the personal fitness of the applicants. 

The individual standing of the students will not be posted, 
but they will be informed whether they stand in the first, 
second or last third of the class. Should the necessary num- 
ber of house officers not be obtained from the first group, the 
remainder may be selected without regard to their standing. 

One or more places on each staff may be awarded, if so 
desired by the head of the department, to graduates from 
other schools or to earlier graduates of the Johns Hopkins 
Medical School. After confirmation by the Trustees of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, such appointees assume their duties 
on September 1. 

The appointments of the resident physician, surgeon, gyne- 
cologist and obstetrician, etc., of the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital are permanent. The various resident assistantships 
under these are annual appointments, subject to renewal. 



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MEDICAL SUPERVISION OVER STUDENTS 



The University appoints and pays an official medical 
adviser to the students of the Medical Department. This 
officer has a definite hour for consultation, and, when 
requested, is expected to visit in their own homes such stu- 
dents who are too ill to come to him, and to obtain for them 
the services of specialists when necessary. 

Dr. Paul W. Clough, the Resident Physician to the Hos- 
pital, holds this position for the current academic year. 

In order to guard more carefully the health of the students, 
the Medical Faculty decided in 1909, that all entering stu- 
dents should undergo a medical examination. During the 
month of October each student is directed to report to one of 
a group of physicians selected for this purpose, when a care- 
ful physical examination is made and the results are recorded 
and placed on file. If unsatisfactory conditions are discov- 
ered the student is given appropriate advice. 

A competent physician is also appointed to supervise the 
hygienic condition of all boarding houses which advertise 
through the office for the patronage of students. A list of 
such houses as satisfy his requirements is posted in the office 
of the Medical School. 



LIBRARIES 



The University Library contains 187,200 volumes, selected 
with especial reference to the instruction here given. It is 
arranged in several collections. 

The works relating to medicine are placed in special 
libraries in the Hospital and in the Medical School, and are 
readily accessible to students and to the workers in the labora- 
tories. The leading medical periodicals of the world are 



707] Medical Societies 63 

regularly received and complete sets of the more important 
journals are on the shelves. 

The library of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of 
Maryland, 1211 Cathedral Street, contains 31,750 volumes, 
and is conducted in affiliation with the library of the Medical 
School. Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody, the 
Enoch Pratt, and the New Mercantile, with 218,360, 323,000 
and 90,190 volumes respectively. With the exception of the 
last-named, these libraries are open to students of the Medical 
School without charge. 

Washington is so near that its libraries and museums may 
be easily utilized. Among the chief institutions of interest 
to students are: The Smithsonian Institution and National 
Museum, the Library of Congress, the Library of the Sur- 
geon- General's office, and the Libraries of the various Depart- 
ments and Bureaus. 



MEDICAL SOCIETIES 



The Hospital Medical Society, the Laennec Society and 
the Historical Club meet at the Hospital regularly through- 
out the academic year. These, as well as the regular meet- 
ings of the Baltimore City Medical Society, held in the 
Medical and Chirurgical Building, are open to students. 



PUBLICATIONS 



The Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, issued 
monthly, contains articles by those connected with the Medi- 
cal School and Hospital and the proceedings of the Hospital 
Societies. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports contain 
the larger monographs and results of researches in the Hos- 
pital and the laboratories of the Medical School. 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION AND 
ANNOUNCEMENT OF COURSES 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION 



The following statements are designed to exhibit the op- 
portunities -and the character of the instruction and prac- 
tical work in each department. 

ANATOMY 

Franklin P. Mall, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Wabren H. Lewis, M. D., Professor of Physiological Anatomy. 

Florence R. Sabin, M. D., Associate Professor of Anatomy. 

Edmund V. Cowdry, Ph. D., Associate in Anatomy. 

Lewis H. Weed, M. D., Associate in Anatomy. 

Paul G. Shipley, M. D., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Charles C. Macklin, M. B., Instructor in Anatomy. 

Henry R. Muller, M. D., Assistant in Anatomy. 

Robert S. Cunningham, M. D., Assistant in Anatomy. 

Courses of instruction are provided in various anatom- 
ical sciences — embryology, histology, microscopic anatomy, 
neurology and gross human anatomy — and opportunities are 
afforded for advanced work and investigation in these 
sciences. 

The required courses (I, II, III and IV) for candidates 
for the degree of Doctor of Medicine may be completed dur- 
ing the first year of the medical course. 

Students who have completed the required courses in anat- 
omy may elect any of the courses in this department. 

Physicians and students not candidates for a medical 
degree may be admitted to any of the courses by special 
arrangements with the instructors and may undertake ad- 
vanced work and original research. 

Required Courses 

I. Systematic Course in the Anatomy of the Human 
Body. Professor Lewis, Dr. Weed, Dr. Muller, and Dr. Cun- 
ningham. Autumn trimester, daily, 9-12. 

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II. Systematic Course in the Anatomy of the 
Human Body. Continuation of Course I. Professor Lewis, 
Dr. Weed, Dr. Muller, and Dr. Cunningham. Winter trimes- 
ter, daily, 9-12. 

In courses I and II the student makes a complete dis- 
section of all the structures, using atlases and text-books 
as guides. The work of each student is largely indepen- 
dent. 

III. Histology (laboratory). Professor Mall, Professor 
Sabin, Dr. Cowdry, Dr. Shipley and Dr. Macklin. Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday, 2-5. Lectures, Professor Sabin and 
Dr. Cowdry, Thursday, 2-3. Autumn trimester. 

IV. Histology and Organology (laboratory). Pro- 
fessors Mall and Sabin, Drs. Cowdry, Shipley and Macklin, 
Monday and Wednesday, 2-5. Lectures, Professor Sabin and 
Dr. Cowdry. Tuesday, 2-3. Winter trimester. 

Elective Courses 

V. Physiological Anatomy. Professor Lewis. Au- 
tumn and Winter trimesters. Tuesday, 12-1. 

VI. Study-Room Course in Anatomy. Professor Lewis. 
Autumn and Winter trimesters, daily, 9-12. 

VII. Topographical Anatomy. Dr. Muller. Winter 
trimester, daily, 9-12. 

VIII. Anatomy of the Infant. Dr. Cunningham. 
Winter trimester, daily, 9-12. 

IX. Blood. Dr. Shipley. Winter trimester, Friday, 2-5. 

X. Cytology. Dr. Cowdry. Original investigation. 
Autumn, Winter and Spring trimesters. 

XL Special Histology. Dr. Shipley. Winter trimes- 
ter, Thursday, 2-3. 

XII. Advanced Human Embryology. Professor Mall. 
Autumn, Winter and Spring trimesters. 

XIII. Practical Course in Physiological Anatomy. 
Professor Lewis, Dr. Weed and Dr. Muller. Winter trimester. 



713] Physiology 69 

XIV. Development oe the Osseous System. Dr. 
Macklin. 

XV. Original Investigation. Autumn, Winter and 
Spring trimesters, daily. 

Graduate Work 

Gross Anatomy. Professor Lewis. Fall, Winter and 
Spring trimesters. Hours arranged with the instructor. 

Dissection, study of prepared specimens and of frozen 
sections. Fee $25.0.0. 



PHYSIOLOGY 



William H. Howell, M. D., Professor of Physiology. 
Donald R. Hooker, M. D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
Charles D. Snyder, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
Cecil K. Drinker, M. D., Instructor in Physiology. 

The course in physiology extends from January of the 
first year to January of the second year. 

The work consists of a systematic course of lectures cover- 
ing the subject of animal physiology, experimental work in 
the laboratory, demonstrations and recitations. Eecitations 
are held upon the subject-matter covered by the lectures 
and laboratory work. 

The course as arranged for 1915-1916 is as follows: 

I. Physiology of Secretion, Digestion and Nutri- 
tion — 1915. Dr. Howell, twice weekly from October to 
January. Second year class. 

II. Laboratory Courses in Experimental Physiology. 
Drs. Howell, Hooker, Snyder, and Drinker. Two mornings 
and two afternoons weekly during the first and the third 
trimesters. Half of the class takes this course in the third 
trimester of the first year, and the other half during the 
first trimester of the second year. This laboratory course 
is arranged to occupy twelve hours a week for about twelve 
weeks. 



70 Medical Department [714 

III. Physiology of Muscle and Nerve, Central Ner- 
vous System, and Special Senses — 1916. Dr. Howell and 
Dr. Snyder, three times weekly during the second trimester. 
First year class. 

IV. Physiology of Blood, Circulation and Eespira- 
tion — 1916. Dr. Hooker. Lectures and Demonstrations. 
Twice weekly during the third trimester. First year class. 

In addition to the foregoing exercises, students are given 
opportunities to participate in the more advanced courses, 
intended primarily as graduate work. These courses are 
as follows: 

V. Journal Club. One hour weekly during the year. 
Those who participate in the work of this course are ex- 
pected to report from time to time upon papers of physio- 
logical interest that may appear in current journals. 

VI. Physiological Seminary. One hour weekly dur- 
ing the year. The object of the Seminary work is to study 
carefully, by means of lectures or readings, some special 
part of physiology, the topics chosen varying each year. 

VII. Advanced Laboratory Course. This course is 
not limited as to time or amount of work except that assist- 
ance from the professor of physiology must be arranged for 
by definite engagements. The instruction is given individ- 
ually and may involve undertaking a definite investigation. 

For Graduate- Students and Physicians 

Physiology, Elementary. (Limited to four). Labora- 
tory course in experimental physiology during either the 
first or third trimester. 

The work will consist in exercises in the various graphic 
methods used in physiology to study the properties of muscle 
and nerve and the circulatory and the respiratory organs. 
Fee $25.00. Apply to Professor W. H. Howell. 

Physiology, Advanced. (Limited to two). January to 
June 1. Professor W. H. Howell. 



715] Physiological Chemistry 71 

Individual instruction will be given in the methods used 
in physiological demonstrations and research. Especial 
attention will be paid to the methods employed in the study 
of the circulation. Fee $50.00. 



PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Waltee Jones, Ph. D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry. 
D. Weight Wilson, Ph. D., Assistant in Physiological Chemistry. 

Instruction in this branch is given by laboratory work, 
lectures, demonstrations, and conferences of a less formal 
character. The work in the laboratory is conducted in two 
sections which meet in the third trimester of the first year, 
and in the first trimester of the second year respectively. 
The exercises are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 
from 10 to 1 in the morning, and from 2 to 5 in the after- 
noon. 

I. Laboratory Work. Professor Jones and Dr. Wilson. 

(a) A short preliminary course on the chemistry of 
various substances, such as proteins, which are usually not 
familiar to the student of pure chemistry but which should 
be understood in order that he may intelligently execute the 
work that follows. 

(b) A course of qualitative analysis in which some ex- 
amination is made of nearly every tissue and fluid of the 
body. Blood, liver, milk (colostrum), muscle, gastric juice, 
adipose tissue, bone and bile receive special attention, and 
whenever material is available a study is made of patho- 
logical fluids and concretions. The order adopted in the 
consideration of the chemical topography of the body is 
such as to emphasize as far as possible, the chemical processes 
which are going on in the body. 

(c) A study of those physiological chemical processes 
that can be closely imitated outside the body, as the action 
of enzymes, salivary, pancreatic, and gastric digestion. 



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(d) Class experiments. Demonstrations by the instructor 
in which the entire class usually takes part. 

(e) Quantitative analysis. Determination of normal and 
pathological constituents of urine; analysis of milk, gastric 
juice, stomach-washing, air, water, and foods. An attempt 
is made here to familiarize the student with the chemical 
technique required for metabolism experiments. 

(/) Examination of the fseces with special references to 
putrefactive processes. 

II. Conferences. Dr. Wilson. Informal conferences 
are held at which the laboratory work is discussed and 
the progress and needs of the students are considered. Here 
also the recent literature that bears directly on the work is 
reviewed. 

III. Lectures. Professor Jones. A brief survey of the 
entire province of physiological chemistry. Emphasis is 
given to that part of the subject which for obvious reasons 
must be omitted from a laboratory course. 

Graduate Work 

Physiological Chemistry, Elementary. March 15 to 
June 1, every afternoon. Professor Jones. 

A limited number of physicians or others who have had 
the requisite preliminary training in chemistry will be re- 
ceived for the laboratory course and lectures given to the 
medical students. Pee $25.00. 

Physiological Chemistry, Advanced. Professor Jones. 

Those who have the necessary preliminary training and 
who desire to do work of a special character will be received 
at any time during the academic year. Fee $50.00, for the 
year. 



17] Pharmacology, Experimental Therapeutics 73 



PHARMACOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS, 
TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACY 

John J. Abel, M. D., Professor of Pharmacology. 

Eli K. Marshall, Jr., Ph. D., Associate in Pharmacology. 

Paul D. Lamson, M. D., Associate in Experimental Therapeutics. 

Alice Rohde, M. D., Assistant in Pharmacology. 

David I. Macht, M. D., Lecture Assistant. 

Charles Caspari, Jr., Lecturer in Pharmacy. 

Hans Lieb, Lecturer on Special Analytical Methods. 

Charles A. Rouiller, Ph. D., Research Assistant. 

I. Pharmacology. An elective course in this subject 
occupying one afternoon a week is offered in the second 
trimester of the second year. The physiological action of a 
selected list of drugs and poisons is made the subject of this 
course and the afternoon's work, performed by the student 
under the immediate supervision of the instructor, is pre- 
ceded by brief statements of the significance and bearing of 
the experiment in hand. The aim of this course is to give 
a clear idea of the general principles and of the more im- 
portant phenomena involved in the study of pharmacology. 

A course of lectures with demonstrations and recitations 
covering the subject of pharmacology is given during the 
first and second trimesters. In the first trimester the course 
is given from 10 to 11 a. m., two clays of the week, and in the 
second trimester from 12 to 1, three days of the week. It is 
the purpose of this course to treat the subject in a manner 
adapted to the needs of the medical student. As this course 
requires much outside reading it will be estimated at one and 
two-fifth units. 

In the third trimester a course of lectures and demonstra- 
tions is given once a week on prescription writing and the 
dosage of the more important pharmacopceial preparations. 

Experimental therapeutics is carried on as part of the re- 
search work of the department. 

II. Toxicology. An elective laboratory course in this 
subject is offered in the second trimester. This course oc- 



74 Medical Department [718 

cupies one afternoon a week during the trimester and deals 
with the subjects both from the chemical and medical points 
of view. 

III. Pharmacy. Pharmacy is treated by Professor 
Charles Caspari, Jr., in a course of demonstrations and lec- 
tures, once weekly for three months. Weights and measures, 
incompatibles, special points relating to prescriptions and the 
official pharmacopceial preparations are fully dealt with. 
The more important preparations are made before the class. 

IV. Practical Course in Pharmacy. An elective 
course designed especially for students of the second year, 
is given by Professor Caspari and his assistant, on Mondays 
at 4 p. m. during the third trimester. All typical pharmaco- 
pceial preparations are made and typical prescriptions are 
compounded by each student. One-half unit. 

Graduate Work 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Ad- 
vanced. Professor J. J. Abel and members of the staff. 

Those who have had the necessary preliminary training 
and who desire to do work of a special character may be 
received at any time during the academic year. 



PATHOLOGY, BACTERIOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

William H. Welch, M. D., Professor of Pathology. 

William W. Ford, M. D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and 

Bacteriology. 
Milton C. Winteenitz, M. D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Montrose T. Burrows, M. D., Associate in Pathology. 
Harry C. Schmeisser, M. D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Charles A. Laubach, Instructor in Hygiene and Bacteriology. 
Samuel Goldschmidt, M. D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Admont H. Clark, M. D., Assistant in Pathology. 
William C. Duffy, Assistant in Pathology. 
Stanhope-Bayne Jones, M. D., Rockefeller Fellow. 
Arthur B. Dayton, M- D., Fellow. 



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General pathology, special pathological anatomy and his- 
tology, and bacteriology are taught by laboratory work, 
demonstrations, recitations and lectures. The courses in 
pathology come in the first and second trimesters of the 
second year; those in bacteriology in the third trimester of 
the first year. 

I. The Conduct of Autopsies. Dr. Winternitz and 
Staff. The autopsies are made in the Pathological building 
and are witnessed by the students of the second, third and 
fourth years. Students are permitted to assist at post-mor- 
tem examinations and are instructed in the methods of 
making such examinations and of recording the results in 
proper protocols. 

II. Demonstrations in Gross Morbid Anatomy. Dr. 
Winternitz and Staff, 12-1, twice a week in two divisions 
during the 1st and 3rd trimester, and three times a week in 
three divisions during the 2nd trimester. The gross morbid 
specimens, collected during the week, are demonstrated to 
students of the second year. In addition, fresh and museum 
specimens are exhibited in the course in pathological his- 
tology to illustrate the macroscopical appearances of the mor- 
bid conditions studied by the microscope. 

III. Bacteriology. Professor Welch, Professor Ford, 
third trimester (March 15 to June 1), Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday mornings, first year class. This is a practical 
laboratory course in which the students become familiar with 
the preparation of culture media, the principles of steriliza- 
tion and disinfection, the methods of cultivating, staining, 
and studying bacteria, the biological examination of air, 
water, and soil, and the important species of pathogenic 
micro-organisms. The hygienic as well as the pathological 
relations of bacteriology are considered. 

IV. Lectures on Infection and Immunity. Profes- 
sor Welch, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 4 to 5, third trimester, 
first year class. During the course in bacteriology lectures 
are given devoted mainly to the consideration of subjects 
pertaining to infection and immunity. 



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V. General Pathology, Pathological Anatomy and 
Pathological Histology. Professor Welch, Professor Win- 
ternitz and staff. Monday, Wednesday and Friday after- 
noons, 2 to 5, during the first and second trimesters, second 
year class. The subjects are covered, as far as practicable, by 
demonstrations, lectures and laboratory work. Pathological 
histology is taught as a part of pathological anatomy, the 
description and demonstration of gross lesions being followed 
b}^ their microscopical examination. 

VI. Eecitations. Professor Welch, Mondays at 12, 
throughout the year. Weekly recitations cover the work 
done by the students of the first and of the second years 
in their laboratory exercises, in bacteriology and in path- 
ology, as well as subjects treated in lectures and those re- 
served more especially for text-book study. 

VII. Clinical and Pathological Conference. Wed- 
nesday at 12 m. throughout the year. (See Department of 
Medicine, page 82.) 

VIII. Advanced Work and Special Eesearch. Oppor- 
tunity is afforded to those suitably trained to pursue ad- 
vanced work and special research in pathological anatomy 
and histology, experimental pathology, and bacteriology. 
For these purposes the pathological laboratory is equipped 
with the necessary apparatus and material. 

Experimental Pathology 

The division of experimental pathology has been es- 
tablished, on the basis of courses already given, for the 
purpose of giving instruction concerning the abnormal ac- 
tivities of organs which result from pathological lesions. 

This work is largely experimental and obviously closely 
allied to experimental medicine and physiology. The course 
will consist of informal lectures, experiments, operations and 
demonstrations given during the second trimester on Thurs- 
days, 9-12 a. m. 



721] Pathology, Bacteriology and Hygiene 77 

The main object of the course is to give students ele- 
mentary training in the methods of research : not to give 
a fixed series of demonstrations dealing with any one organ 
or system. The exercises will be concerned chiefly with 
the problems which are interesting the workers at the Hun- 
terian Laboratory so that the entire group may be familiar 
with all the problems under investigation. For this reason 
it is desired that the students taking this course may proceed 
with independent investigation of problems which are closely 
related to the work already in progress. Facilities for this 
work will be available during the entire year. Eoom is 
available for a limited number of advanced workers who may 
desire to investigate problems in experimental pathology. 

Hygiene 

The instruction consists of: 

1. Didactic lectures given to the students of the third 
year during the third trimester. These lectures are designed 
to cover the principal facts in the epidemiology of the in- 
fectious diseases, and the measures which may be adopted 
to prevent their spread. 

The water-borne diseases, such as Asiatic cholera and ty- 
phoid fever, the insect-borne diseases, such as malaria, yellow 
fever, and typhus fever, the social diseases, such as tubercu- 
losis and syphilis, and the exanthemata of childhood are con- 
sidered in detail. 

Special lectures are also devoted to vital statistics, climate, 
soil, ventilation, sewerage, disposal, water supplies, sand 
filtration, and milk control. 

2. Practical Hygiene. 

A laboratory course in the chemical and bacteriological 
analysis of water, milk, sewage, and disinfectants with in- 
struction in the use of instruments of precision is given dur- 
ing the first or second trimester to any students who have 
completed their work in bacteriology. Weekly inspections 



73 Medical Department [722 

are made of Public Health Institutions in Baltimore and 
Washington — such as the Baltimore Sewage Disposal Plant; 
The Washington Filtration Plant; The Walker- Gordon Dairy 
Farm; the Hygienic Laboratory of the Public Health and 
Marine Hospital Service; and the Laboratories of the Mary- 
land and Baltimore Departments of Health. 

3. A course in the principles of immunity is given in the 
second trimester to a limited number of students. The meth- 
ods of testing haemolysins, agglutins, bacterolysins, opsonins, 
precipitins and toxins will be demonstrated and the students 
will receive special instruction in the immunization and care 
of animals. The practical work will be accompanied by lec- 
tures devoted to the various theories of immunity. 

4. Special Intestigatiou. A limited number of stu- 
dents are taken into the laboratory for advanced work in 
Hygiene and Bacteriology. They are given special problems 
to work out independently or in connection with the instruc- 
tors in the department. Special facilities will be afforded 
medical graduates who desire to train themselves in Public 
Health work. 

Graduate Work 

Pathology. A limited number of physicians will be 
received during the year in the courses in bacteriology and 
pathology. Fee for the year $50.00, for half year $25.00. 
Apply to Professor Welch. 

Hygiene. A limited number of graduates are admitted 
to the laboratory course in Hygiene. Fee $50.00. Apply to 
Professor Ford. 



723] Medicine 79 

medicine 
(Including Work in the Clinical Laboratories) 

Theodore C. Janeway, M. D., Professor of Medicine. 

Herman 0. Mosenthal, M. D., Associate Professor of MediGine. 

Leonard G. Rowntree, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Paul W. Clough, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 

Clyde G. Guthrie, M. D., Associate in Medicine. 

D. Sclater Lewis, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Arthur L. Bloomfield, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Eveleth W. Bridgman, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Robert L. Levy, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

David C. Streett, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Norman M. Keith, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

F. Janney Smith, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Mildred Clark, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Calvin H. Goddard, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Marjorie D. Batchelor, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Alma Hiller, B. A., Assistant in Medicine. 



Lewellys F. Barker, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
William S. Thayer, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas B. Futcher, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas R. Boggs, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Louis Hamman, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Frank R. Smith, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas R. Brown, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
John A. Luetscher, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
Louis P. Hamburger, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
Charles R. Austrian, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
Walter A. Baetjer, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
J. Hall Pleasants, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
J. Albert Chatard, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Samuel Wolman, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Henry L. Smith, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Charles W. Larned, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
John H. King, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
David I. Macht, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Robert W. B. Mayo, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Sydney R. Miller, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Albert Keidel, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 



80 Medical Department [724 

Martin F. Sloan, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Eugene J. Leopold, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 
Caroline B. Towles, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 
Mary A. Hodge, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 

The teaching is in the dispensary, in the clinical labora- 
tories, in the wards, and in the clinical amphitheatre. Empha- 
sis is laid on practical instruction, by which the strident is 
brought directly in contact with the patients and taught from 
the outset how to recognize and treat disease as it occurs in 
nature, not in books. 

A. Primarily for Students of the Third Trimester of the 

Second Year. 

1. Introduction to Clinical Medicine. Two clinics 
and one conference a week are held by Professor Janeway at 
which cases illustrating important groups of diseases or show- 
ing striking symptoms are presented and discussed from the 
standpoint of the student's knowledge of physiology and gen- 
eral pathology. 

2. Physical Diagnosis. 

a. Practical Instruction. In small groups once a week 
from 10 to 12. Dr. Bridgman, with the assistance of Drs. 
Hamburger, Wolman, Chatard, Pleasants, S. E. Miller, 
Guthrie, Streett, Levy and Mayo. 

b. Demonstrations. Two hours weekly. Dr. Bridgman. 

c. Recitation. One hour weekly. Dr. Bridgman. 

3. Introductory Lecture Courses. 

a. Applications of Chemistry to Internal Medicine. Asso- 
ciate Professor Mosenthal. Five lectures. 

b. Applications of Biology to Internal Medicine. Dr. 
Clough. Five lectures. 

B. Primarily for Students of the Third Year. 

4. Physical Diagnosis. During the first half-year. 

a. Practical Instruction. In small groups, two hours four 



725] Medicine 81 

times a week for one-eighth of the year. Dr. Bridgman, with 
the assistance of Drs. Hamburger, Wolinan, Chatard, Pleas- 
ants, S. E. Miller, Guthrie, Streett, Levy, and Mayo, 
b. Recitation. One hour weekly. Dr. Bridgman. 

5. Practical Clinical Instruction. In sections, Mon- 
days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 10 to 12. 
Each quarter of the class is assigned to the medical dispen- 
sary two days a week for one quarter of the year. Bach 
patient coming to the dispensary is assigned to a student, 
who takes the history, makes the physical examination, and 
reports to one of the instructors, who reviews his work. 

6. Clinical Instruction at Bay View. During the 
second half-year each quarter of the class spends one morning 
a week at the City Hospital, Bay View, under the direction 
of Associate Professor Boggs, assisted by Dr. Sprunt. 

7. Laboratory Diagnosis. 

Drs. W. A. Baetjer and S. E. Miller, assisted by Drs. Streett 
and M. D. Batchelor, conduct, during the first and second 
trimesters, a course in microscopical and chemical diagnosis. 
For this work, three lectures and two afternoons a week in 
the laboratory are required. The course is a systematic one 
in which the students are trained in the clinical methods of 
examining sputum, gastric contents, urine, faeces, and blood, 
utilizing the materials obtained from the wards for the prac- 
tical work. 

Under the subjects of blood and faeces particularly, atten- 
tion is given to the diagnosis of the various parasitic infec- 
tions, important clinically, with a consideration of the 
parasites and carriers concerned, as an introduction to 
Tropical Medicine. 

Considerable practical work is required outside of the regu- 
lar class hours. 

Two of the large rooms of the clinical laboratory are 
devoted exclusively to the third year students. Each student 
has his own place in the laboratory^ with locker, microscope, 
reagents, etc. 



82 Medical Department [726 

8. Advanced Work in Laboratory Diagnosis. Drs. 
W. A. Baetjer, S. E. Miller, and Streett. 

An elective course in the first half of the third trimester, 
requiring two afternoons weekly. The subjects taken up in 
this course include some of the more advanced methods of 
clinical examination, such as the practical study of renal 
function, Widal and Wasserman tests, examination of the 
serous fluids, group tests for blood transfusion, etc. 

9. Clinical Medicine. 

a. Clinical Lectures and Conferences, The important 
groups of diseases will be presented and discussed in two 
clinical lectures and one conference a week during the first 
half-year, and one clinical lecture and one conference a week 
during the second half-year, by Professor Thayer, Associate 
Professors Mosenthal and Futcher, and Drs. T. K. Brown, 
Clough and Austrian. 

b. Dispensary Clinics. Associate Professor Hamman on 
Thursday at 12 throughout the year, and Associate Professor 
Futcher on Monday at 12 for the second half-year, will hold 
a clinic at the close of the practical instruction in the dis- 
pensary. 

c. The Saturday Clinic. On Saturdays at noon the 
third year students meet with those of the fourth year for a 
general clinic in the medical amphitheatre of the hospital. 
Professor Janeway, first and second trimesters; Professor 
Barker, third trimester. 

10. Therapeutics. Associate Professor Rowntree, as- 
sisted by Dr. Levy. 

a. Demonstrations once a week throughout the year. Prac- 
tical demonstrations of the various therapeutic procedures, 
such as Weeding, aspiration, and paracentesis, the simpler 
hydrotherapeutic procedures, etc. The general care of pa- 
tients in the treatment of special diseases is considered; 
dietetic treatment and the preparation of the simpler foods 
are described. The various groups of drugs are studied from 
the standpoint of their indications and the methods of their 



727] Medicine 83 

use in the treatment of disease, and the students observe 
their effects as employed in the regular treatment of the 
patients in the medical wards of the hospital, 
b. Recitation once a week for the second half-year. 

11. Syphilis. Clinical lecture, Tuesday from 4.30 to 
5.30, during the first trimester. 

12. Elective Courses. 

a. Medical Dispensary. Mondays and Wednesdays, or 
Thursdays and Saturdays, from 10 to 12, during February 
and March. Associate Professors Futcher and Hamman. 

b. Tuberculosis. In the Phipps Dispensary, Mondays and 
Wednesdays, or Thursdays and Saturdays, from 10 to 12, for 
the second half-year, limited to six students. Dr. Austrian, 

c. Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines. Mondays and 
Wednesdays, from 10 to 12, during the second half-year. Dr, 
T. E. Brown. 

d. The Cardiac Arhythmias. Lecture, Fridays at 4.30, 
during the second and third trimesters. Dr. Bridgman. 

e. Summer Work in the Dispensary. After the comple- 
tion of the second and third years the students have an oppor- 
tunity to assist in the dispensary during the summer months, 
Associate Professor Futcher. 

f. Advanced Work and Research. (See page 86.) 

C. Primarily for Students of the Fourth Year. 

The students are divided into three equal groups, each 
group serving for one trimester, successively, in the medical, 
surgical, and elective divisions of the hospital. 

13. Ward Work. The members of each medical group 
serve for a trimester as clinical clerks in the medical wards 
of the hospital, to which they have access from 8 a. m. to 5 
p. m. A number of beds are assigned to each student, who 
makes the necessary examinations under the guidance and 
direction of the medical staff. 

A large room of the clinical laboratory is devoted exclu- 



84 Medical Department [728 

sively to the fourth year class. Here each student has a 
place with a microscope, reagents, etc., throughout the ses- 
sion, and can engage in any special work. 

In addition to the ordinary routine work, each student is 
encouraged to make studies with some especial method and 
to make a report of his experiences with it. 

14. Ward Classes. Every morning, at 9, a ward visit 
is made by the Professor, one of the Associate Professors 
or Clinical Professors, or the Eesident Physician. 

15. The Saturday Clinic. At 12 o'clock on Saturday, 
the fourth year students attend a general medical clinic in 
the amphitheatre. The clinical clerks read the histories of 
the new cases brought before the class, and report on the 
progress of cases previously shown. Professor Janeway, first 
and second trimesters; Professor Barker, third trimester. 

16. Advanced Medical Clinic. At 12 o'clock on Tues- 
day during the first and second trimesters, Professor Barker 
will give clinical lectures in the amphitheatre on selected 
topics. 

17. Clinical and Pathological Conference. At 12 
o'clock on Wednesday, a clinical and pathological conference 
is held throughout the academic year in the pathological 
laboratory. Professor Janeway, first and second trimesters; 
Professor Thayer, third trimester; with Associate Professor 
Winternitz. 

18. Disorders of Metabolism. Elective course. Asso- 
ciate Professor Mosenthal. A few properly qualified students 
will be accepted for practical work in the dispensary, Tues- 
days from 10 to 12, and to undertake special investigations 
in the chemical laboratory. 

19. Nature of Infection and Immunity. Elective 
course. Physicians and students of third and fourth years. 
Lectures and demonstrations, two hours per week for one 
trimester. Dr. Bloomfield. 

20. Special Methods of Investigation of Infectious 
Diseases. Elective course. (Physicians and students of the 



720] Medicine 85 

third and fourth years.) Laboratory exercises. Two after- 
noons per week, one trimester. Drs. Bloomfield and Clark. 

21. Medical Bacteriology. Elective course. Drs. 
Bloomfield and Clark. Lecture and demonstration once a 
week during the first trimester. Practical work open to mem- 
bers of the medical section who have taken the lecture course, 
each trimester. At suitable times opportunity will be afford- 
ed to small groups to familiarize themselves with the tech- 
nique of the various diagnostic procedures carried on in the 
bacteriological laboratory. 

22. Advanced Course in the Phipps Dispensary for 
Tuberculosis. Elective course. Dr. Austrian. Second 
trimester. Limited to four students. 

a. Clinical portion, Tuesdays and Fridays, 10 to 12 m. 

b. Laboratory portion, two mornings a week from 10 
to 12. 

23. Extramural Course in the Study of Tubercu- 
losis. At the City Hospital, Bay View. Elective course. 
Dr. Wilson. Limited to eight students. 

24. Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines. Elec- 
tive course. Fridays from 12 to 1, during the third trimes- 
ter. Dr. Brown. 

25. Diagnosis and Treatment of Some Minor Ail- 
ments. Elective course. Tuesdays, 12 to 1, third trimester. 
Dr. Hamburger. 

26. The Cardiac Arhythmias. Elective course. Lec- 
ture Fridays at 4.30, second and third trimesters. Dr. 
Bridgman. 

27. Syphilis. Elective course. 

a. Clinic. Thursdays from 12 to 1, during the year. Dr. 
Keidel. 

b. Practical Work in the syphilis department of the dis- 
pensary, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, from 2 to 3.30. 
Dr. Keidel. 

28. Medical Urology. Local conditions in the Genito- 
urinary tract which may give rise to general constitutional 



86 Medical Department [730 

effects. Relation of diseases of the central nervous system to 
vesical disturbances. Nephritis in relation to the functional 
methods of diagnosis. Medical care of urological patients 
requiring surgical treatment. One hour a week in first tri- 
mester. Elective. Fourth year. Dr. Keith. 

29. Advanced Work and Eeseaech. Students of the 
third and fourth years may, if fitted for it and with the 
permission of Professor Janeway, undertake advanced work 
and research in internal medicine (see below). 

Grackiate Work 

30. Medicine, Elementary. A limited number of phy- 
sicians may be admitted to the regular exercises of the third 
or fourth year classes, including ward classes, clinics, and 
the work in the clinical laboratory, but cannot be received as 
clinical clerks in Course 13. Fee $100.00 for the entire year; 
$50.00 for half a year. Applications should be made to Pro- 
fessor Janeway. 

Beginning June first, various courses are offered to gradu- 
ates in medicine, as designated on page 107. 

31. Medicine, Advanced Work and Research. Physi- 
cians properly trained in fundamental methods who are de- 
sirous of pursuing some definite lines of investigation may be 
admitted to the clinic as voluntary assistants. The facilities 
available for this purpose comprise the medical wards of the 
hospital, the medical dispensary service, and the following 
laboratories of the clinic: the general clinical laboratory, the 
chemical laboratory, the biological and bacteriological labora- 
tories, the heart station, the laboratory of the Phipps Dispen- 
sary for Tuberculosis, and the Hunterian Laboratory of Ex- 
perimental Medicine. 



731] Surgery 87 



DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D., Clinical Professor of Neurology. 

G. Lane Taneykill, Jr., M. D., Instructor in Clinical Neurology. 

Charles M. Byrnes, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Neurology. 

The following required courses are given: 

For students of the third trimester of the Second Year. 

I. Introduction to Neurology, Friday, 3 to 4 p. m. 
For students of the third year. 

II. Practical work. The class is divided into four sec- 
tions and each section works in the Neurological dispensary 
from 10 a. m. to 12 m., twice a week for one quarter of the 
year, and once a week during the second half-year. 

III. Eecitation or clinic. Tuesday, 11 a. m. to 12 m. 

IV. Eecitation or clinic. Friday, 12 to 1 p. m., after 
April 1. 

The following elective courses are offered during the fourth 
year: 

I. Nervous dispensary. Daily, 10 to 11 a. m., repeated 
each trimester. 

II. Nervous diseases, Tuesday and Thursday, 12 m. to 
1 p. m., repeated each trimester. 



SURGERY 



William S. Halsted, M. D., Professor of Surgery. 
George J. Heuer, M. D., Associate in Surgery. 
Emil Goetscii, M. D., Associate in Surgery. 
Roy D. McClure, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Mont R. Reid, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Walter E. Dandy, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Charles A. Waters, M. D., Instructor in Actinography. 
Roger P. Batchelor, M. D., Assistant in Surgery. 



John M. T. Finney, M. D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Joseph C. Bloodgood, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

George Walker, M. D., Associate in Clinical Surgery. 



88 Medical Department [732 

Richard H. Follis, M, D., Associate in Clinical Surgery. 
Frederick H. Baetjer, M. D., Associate in Actinography. 
N. E. B. Iglehart, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
Omar B. Pancoast, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
William A. Fisher, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
J. Staige Davis, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
Bertram M. Bernheim, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
Harvey B. Stone, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 

Urology 

Hugh H. Young, M. D., Clinical Professor of Urology. 

John T. Geraghty, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Urology. 

George Peirce, M. D., Instructor in Urology. 

David M. Davis, M. D.. Instructor in Urology. 

William A. Frontz, M. D., Assistant in Urology. 

Frederick W. Hobelman, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Urology. 

Orthopedic Surgery 

William S. Baer, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic 

Surgery. 
H. Page Mauck, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 
Roades Fayerweather, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Orthopedic 

Surgery. 
George E. Bennett, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Orthopedic Surgery. 
Howard E. Ashbury, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Orthopedic 

Surgery. 

Laryngology 

Samuel J. Crowe, M. D., Associate in Clinical Laryngology. 
Henry R. Slack. M. D., Instructor in Laryngology. 
Alma S. Rothholz, M. D., Assistant in Laryngology. 
Franklin Hazlehurst, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Laryngology. 
S. Shelton Watkins, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Laryngology. 
Lewie M. Griffith, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Laryngology. 



The teaching is in the dispensary, in the wards and oper- 
ating rooms of the Hospital, in the clinical laboratory and 
in the Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental Medicine. 

A required introductory course is given in the third tri- 
mester of the second year consisting of clinics and recita- 



733] Surgery 89 

tions and practical work in bandaging, by Drs. Finney, Heuer, 
Walker and Davis. 

The principal subjects of the thied year are the general 
principles of surgery, surgical diagnosis, surgical pathology 
and operative surgery in the laboratory. 

I. Clinics. A weekly clinic is given by Professor Hal- 
sted for students in the third and fourth years. 

Two clinics weekly are given by Professor Finney for the 
third year class. 

II. Minor Surgery. Dr. Walker, with the assistance of 
Drs. Follis, Pancoast, Davis, Fisher, Stone, and Bernheim. 
Four times weekly for first half-year, and twice weekly for 
second half-year, in sections, in the dispensary. 

III. Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Professor 
Bloodgood, Wednesday, 2-4.30, entire year, whole class. Fri- 
day, elective course, 2-4.30 p. m. (See special announce- 
ment.) 

IV. Operative Surgery. Elective, once weekly from 
October to May. A four-hour exercise is given to successive 
sections in the Hunterian laboratory. 

V. Eecitations. Twice weekly, upon assigned subjects, 
are held by Drs. Finney, Follis, Walker, Heuer, Goetsch, 
Davis, Stone, Fisher, Pancoast and Bernheim. 

The work of the fourth year consists of : 

I. Ward Work. The members of each of the three 
groups into which the class of the fourth year is divided, 
serve for a trimester in the surgical wards of the Hospital. 

II. Ward Classes. The students make the morning 
and other visits to the wards with Professors Halsted, Fin- 
ney, Young, Baer, Drs. Heuer, and Goetsch, and the House 
surgeon, where they receive bedside instruction. 

III. Clinics. A weekly clinic, by Professor Halsted, 
Friday, 12 m. to 1 p. m. 

IV. Surgical Operating Eoom. To each group of 
fourth-year students the privileges of the private operating 
rooms are extended for one trimester. 



90 Medical Department [734 

V. Genito-Urinary Surgery. Professor Young. (For 
details, see below.) 

VI. Recitation. Professor Bloodgood. Tuesday, 11 to 
12 m. (entire group). 

VII. Orthopedic Surgery. Professor Baer. (For de- 
tails, see page 91.) 

VIII. Laryngology. Dr. Crowe. (For details, see 
page 92.) 

IX. Roentgenology. Dr. Baetjer. 

Graduate Work 

Surgical Pathology. Professor J. C. Bloodgood. 

Graduates can enter the Laboratory of Surgical Pathology 
at any time for special instruction. The work is so arranged 
as to occupy the entire day or a portion of each day. The 
fee is $100. 

X-Ray Diagnosis and Therapeutics. Dr. F. H. Baetjer. 
This course is given three times during the year, as follows : 
Course I, October 15 to December 15 ; Course II, January 15 
to March 15 ; Course III, April 15 to June 15. (Limited to 
five in each course.) 

Each course consists of daily demonstrations from 11 
a. m. to 12.30 p. m., and aims to give a practical knowledge 
of the construction and manipulation of the X-ray apparatus, 
and its use in diagnosis and treatment. 

Fee $50. Beginning June first, six weeks courses in gen- 
eral surgery and the various surgical specialties are offered 
to graduates in Medicine. See pages 109, 110. 

Urology 

During the fourth year Professor Young and Dr. Geraghty 
conduct the following elective courses : 



735] Surgery 91 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 2 p. m. 
to 3.30 p. m., for one-half trimester or alternate days for 
entire trimester. 

II. Weekly lecture or clinic, Professor Young, Monday, 
3.30 p. m. to 4.30 p. m., for one trimester. 

Major Course 

I. Practical work in the Hospital laboratories or operat- 
ing room, daily from 9 a. m. to 12 m., for one trimester. 
(Limited to six students.) 

II. Weekly lecture or clinic, Monday, 3.30 p. m. to 4.30 
p. m., throughout the year. 

III. Pathology of the genito-urinary tract, twice weekly, 
Dr. Geraghty, Monday and Thursday, 12 to 1 p. m. 

Orthopedic Surgery 

Instruction in Orthopedic Surgery is given throughout the 
fourth year by Dr. Baer, assisted by Drs. Fayerweather, Ben- 
nett, Ashbury, and Mauck. 

Obligatory Work : 

I. Ward rounds, once weekly throughout the year, for the 
surgical section. 

II. Clinical instruction for groups of fourteen daily or 
three times weekly, for one trimester, from 2 to 3.30 p. m. 

III. Operative clinic, Monday and Thursday, 10-12. 

Elective Courses 

I. A clinical lecture or recitation is given throughout the 
entire year, on Thursdays, from 12 m. to 1 p. m. 

II. Dispensary clinic is held daily from 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

III. Lateral Curvature Course is given on Tuesday morn- 
ings and Saturday afternoons. 



92 Medical Department [736 

Graduate Courses 
For details see announcement of summer courses. 

Laryngology 

The following elective courses are offered during the fourth 
year: 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, three days a week 
from 2 to 3.30 p. m., for one trimester. 

II. Daily clinic and lecture in the dispensary, 2.30 to 3.30 
p. m. Dr. Crowe or Dr. Slack. 

III. Weekly lecture or clinic, Dr. Crowe, Wednesday, 3.30 
to 4.30 p. m. 

IV. X-Eay Diagnosis of sinus and mastoid conditions. 
Dr. Crowe. One day a week. 

Major Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 2 to 4.30 
p. m., for one trimester. 

II. Lecture, Wednesday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m. throughout 
the year. 

III. On request, students will be allowed to assist in 
operations in the general operating room. 

Throughout the third year obligatory courses in laryngo- 
scopy are given to groups of fifteen students on Saturday 
from 2 to 4 p. m., as a preparation for the work of the fourth 
year in the laryngological clinics and wards. 

An elective course in bronchoscopy and oesophagoscopy is 
offered to fourth year students during the third trimester, 
Tuesday, from 3 to 5 p. m., in the Hunterian Laboratory. 
Dr. Hazlehurst. (Limited to groups of ten.) 

Throughout the fourth year students in the medical group 
will have opportunities to make routine examination of the 



737] Pediatrics 93 

nose, throat, larynx and sinuses upon patients in the public 
wards. 



PEDIATRICS 



John Howland, M. D., Professor of Pediatrics. 

Edwaeds A. Park, M. D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

Williams McK. Marriott, M. D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Kenneth D. Blackfan, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

James L. Gamble, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Warren R. Sisson, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Harold L. Higgins, A. B., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

J. H. Mason Knox, Ph. D., M. D., Associate in Clinical Pediatrics. 

Second Year 

During the last trimester of this year one hour a week 
is devoted to recitations, demonstrations and lectures upon 
the growth and development of infants and children and 
upon the subject of nutrition, normal and abnormal and the 
influence of the food stuffs, in so far as pediatrics is con- 
cerned. The class is divided into sections. 

Fourth Year 

I. A weekly clinic or lecture on Monday from TZ to 1 
throughout the year. This is given by Dr. Knox in the first 
trimester and by Professor Howland in the second and third 
trimesters. 

II. Section teaching is given to each section twice a week 
for one trimester. This consists in the examination by stu- 
dents of patients in the wards and in the dispensary, in the 
presentation of cases by the students and in the discussion 
of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Special attention is 
paid to the diseases peculiar to infancy and childhood and to 
the differences in the manifestation of disease in children as 
contrasted with adults. 

III. An elective major course is given each trimester to 
not more than five students. Those electing this course 



94 Medical Department [738 

serve as clinical clerks in the wards and dispensary, as well 
as attend the other exercises. 

Graduate Courses 
For details, see announcement of summer courses. 



OBSTETRICS 



J. Whitbidge Williams, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 
Kael M. Wilson, M. D., Associate in Clinical Obstetrics. 
Everett D. Plass, M. D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 
William L. Millea, M. D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 
Daniel Davis, M. D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Instruction is given in the third and fourth years. The 
third-year work is obligatory and must be taken by all stu- 
dents, while that of the fourth year is elective. 

Third Year 

In this year five hours a week are devoted to the subject, 
and the time is divided as follows : 

I. Eecitations or Exercises with the Manikin. 
Thrice weekly throughout the year. In the former the gen- 
eral principles of obstetrics are considered, while in the latter, 
which are interspersed between the recitations, the technique 
of obstetrical examination and of the various operative pro- 
cedures is taught. 

II. Practical Instruction. This includes the exami- 
nation of pregnant women, pelvimetry, the delivery of pa- 
tients, and the care of the woman and child after delivery. 

III. Ward Classes to groups, twice weekly throughout 
the year. 

IV. Elective courses in Obstetrical Pathology will be 
given by Drs. Williams, Wilson and Plass on Friday after- 
noons from 2 to 4.00, during each of the first two trimesters. 



739] Obstetrics 95 

Practical laboratory instruction is given in the anatomy and 
histology of the generative organs, as well as in the pathology 
of the various diseases of pregnancy, labor and the puerperal 
state. 

Fourth Year 

The elective work of this year is arranged in trimesters. 
Classes are held on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 
to 12 o'clock, and patients are delivered as they fall into 
labor. Each practical course will be limited to ten students, 
and the work will be divided as follows: 

I. Delivery of patients in the ward and out-patient serv- 
ice and opportunity to witness all operations performed in 
the department. 

II. Ward and nursery rounds. 

III. Ante- and post-partum examination of patients. 

IV. Obstetrical seminary. 

V. A course of practical instruction in contracted pelves. 

VI. A practical and laboratory course on the metabolism 
of pregnancy and its abnormalities. 

VII. A course in comparative placentation and elemen- 
tary teratology. 

VIII. Obstetrical pathology. 

A credit of 1% units will be allowed for the regular class 
work, and an additional unit to students delivering 10 or 
more patients in the out-door service. 

Graduate Work 

A limited number of physicians may receive advanced in- 
struction during the academic year. Those wishing to do so 
should apply to Professor Williams stating the character of 
the work they desire and their qualifications for undertak- 
ing it. 



96 Medical Department [740 

GYNECOLOGY 

Howard A. Kelly, M. D., Professor of Gynecology. 

William W. Russell, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 

Gynecology. 
Thomas S. Cullen, M. B., Associate Professor of Clinical Gynecology. 
Guy L. Hunner, M. D., Associate in Clinical Gynecology. 
Elizabeth Hurdon, M. D., Associate in Clinical Gynecology. 
Edward H. Richardson, M. D., Associate in Clinical Gynecology. 
Veader N. Leonard, M. D., Instructor in Gynecology. 
Emil Novak, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Gynecology. 

Instruction is given to third and fourth year students and 
also to graduates. The courses of the third year are obliga- 
tory, those of the fourth year elective. 

Third Year 

I. Gynecological diagnosis. Each section once a week for 
four months. Practical instruction in the technique and in- 
terpretation of pelvic examinations; demonstrations of se- 
lected operations. Drs. Kussell and Eichardson. 

II. A lecture, pathological demonstration or recitation 
once a week, throughout the year. Drs. Kussell, Hunner, 
Hurdon and Eichardson. 

Fourth Year 

I. Ward rounds twice a week; bed-side instruction and 
demonstrations. Dr. Cullen and the Eesident Staff. 

II. Out-patient clinics. A limited number of students 
are allowed to assist in the work of the dispensary daily, 
2 to 4 p. m. Dr. Eichardson and the Eesident Staff. 

III. Practical Cystoscopy. Demonstrations, covering the 
entire subject of diseases of the urinary tract in women, to 
a limited number of students three days a week from 2.30 
to 4.30 p. m. Dr. Hunner and the Eesident Gynecologist. 

IV. Advanced Course. Offered to each section for one 
trimester. This includes ward rounds, pelvic examinations 
under anesthesia, demonstrations of operating room technique 
and of major operations, lectures and recitations. Drs. Kelly 
and Cullen. 



741] Psychiatry 97 

VI. Gynecological pathology. This course embraces the 
thorough gross and microscopic study of all diseases of the 
pelvic structures. Special attention is given to the examina- 
tion of scrapings. Drs. Cullen and Hurdon. 

Graduate Work 

Gynecological pathology (limited to five students.) Drs, 
Cullen and Hurdon. 

This course begins October 1 and extends through two 
trimesters. The class meets Friday afternoons, 2 to 4.30. 
Applications should be sent to the Kegistrar not later than 
September 15. Fee, $50.00. 

During March and April on Tuesdays, 2 to 4.30 p. m., Drs. 
Cullen or Hurdon conduct a course (limited to ten) in the 
diagnosis of uterine scrapings. Fee, $50.00. All patho- 
logical conditions of the cervix and body of the uterus that 
might be mistaken for cancer are discussed, and special con- 
sideration is given to the early diagnosis of cancer of the 
uterus. The methods of obtaining and examining pieces of 
uterine tissue are given in detail. Fee, $50.00. 

For summer courses, see announcement, page 111. 



PSYCHIATRY 



Adolf Meyeb, M. D., Professor of Psychiatry. 
Henby J. Berkley, M. D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 
Chables Macfie Campbell, M. D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 
W. Rush Dunton, Jr., M. D., Instructor in Clinical Psychiatry. 
Tbigant Bubbow, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Psychiatry. 
Roscoe W. Hall, M. D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

The following courses are offered: 

1. Introduction to biological and medical psychology,, 
third trimester of the second year (Tuesday, 2-4 p. m.). 
An extension of physiology and general pathology into the 
study of mental activities. (Required.) 

2. Introduction to psychopathology, ' second trimester, 



98 Medical Department [742 

third year. An extension of the course of general pathology 
and neurology into the study of abnormal mental mechanisms, 
the aphasia and apraxia groups, effects of poisons and dis- 
orders of internal secretion, and the substitutive reactions in 
hysteria, psychasthenia, etc. (Tuesday, from 4.30 to 5.30 
p. m.) (Required.) 

3. Introduction to practical psychiatry (psychiatric nosol- 
ogy and methods of work) : An obligatory course of clinical 
demonstrations and of lectures during the first trimester of 
the fourth year, Fridays, 4.30 to 5.30, and Saturdays, 3.30- 
5.30. 

4. Weekly clinics and discussions for 3rd and 4th years, 
second and third trimesters, Thursdays, 4.30 to 5.30. (Op- 
tional.) 

Elective Work for Fourth-Year Students 

1. Elective clinics will be given by Dr. Henry J. Berkley 
to a class limited to twelve at the Bay View Asylum, on 
Saturdays from 3-30 to 5 during the second trimester of the 
4th year; and by Dr. Dunton at the Sheppard and Enoch 
Prartt Hospital on Saturdays, 3.30 to 5.30, during the 3rd 
trimester. 

2. Dispensary work, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and 
Friday, 10-12, with Dr. Charles Macfie Campbell. 

Each student will have the opportunity of personally ex- 
amining and treating under supervision cases of incipient 
mental disorder. At the end of the hour there will be the 
presentation of one or two of the most instructive cases, or 
a review of the day's material so that each student will profit 
by the whole of the clinical material available. 

3. Work on ward cases, partly in connection with the 
Thursday clinics. 

In the 2nd trimester Dr. Campbell will give an elective 
course on special methods of investigation and treatment in 
hysteria and the psychoneuroses. 

Special laboratory work in general clinical laboratory 



743] Ophthalmology 99 

methods, neuropathology and psychology (elective for second, 
third or fourth year) . 

Graduate Work 

Post-graduate work is limited to physicians who will spend 
at least one trimester in work in the clinic and its laborator- 
ies. For summer courses, see announcement, page 112. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 



Samuel Theobald, M. D., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Robert L. Randolph, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthal- 
mology and Otology. 
James J. Mills, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Ophthalmology. 
Hedley V. Tweedie, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology. 
Leo J. Goldbach, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology. 
Lloyd B. Whitham, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology. 

I. Daily clinics are given in the dispensary by Professors 
Theobald and Randolph. Each of the sub-sections into which 
the fourth-year class is divided attends these clinics for a half 
trimester. By this arrangement an opportunity is afforded 
each student to acquire a practical knowledge of eye diseases. 

II. The major course in Ophthalmology comprises, be- 
sides greater clinical advantages — including the privilege of 
attendance upon the clinics of Professor Theobald at the 
Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hospital — instruc- 
tion in operative surgery of the eye, in the determination of 
errors of refraction, the optometric use of the ophthalmo- 
scope and skiascopy. 

III. Weekly lecture, Thursday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m., 
through the year. Professor Theobald. 

IV. During the third year a preparatory course in oph- 
thalmoscopy is given by Dr. Mills. 

Graduate Work 

For summer courses for general practitioners see announce- 
ment, page 110. 



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DERMATOLOGY 

T. Caspar Gilchrist, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 
J. Williams Lord, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 
Edgar R. Strorel, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Dermatology. 
Isaac R. Pels, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Dermatology. 
Lloyd W. Ketron, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Dermatology. 
J. Scott Willock, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Dermatology. 

The instruction consists of the following elective courses 
offered to students in the fourth year: 

Minor Course 

I. Daily work in the dispensary, 2 to 2.30 p. m., for one- 
half trimester or on alternate days during one trimester. 

II. Weekly clinical lectures on Tuesdays at 3.30 to 4.30 
p. m. 

Major Course 

I. Daily work in the dispensary from 2 to 4.30 p. m. 
through one trimester. 

II. Weekly clinical lectures on Tuesdays, 3.30 to 4.30 
p. m. throughout the year. 

III. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of the 
common cutaneous diseases. 

IV. Kesearch work. 

Graduate Work 

An opportunity is given to obtain practical instruction in 
dermatology during the academic year. 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily, 2 to 4 p. m., 
for one or more trimesters. 

II. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of the 
common cutaneous diseases. 



74:5] Legal Medicine 101 



MEDICAL ZOOLOGY 

Charles Wabdell Stiles, Ph. D., D. Sc, Lecturer on Medical 
Zoology and Professor of Zoology to the U. S. Public Health 
Service. 

Instruction in Medical Zoology is given to students of the 
third and fourth years by Dr. Stiles. It consists of a course 
of twenty lectures on the medical relations of animals to 
man (animal parasites, animals as transmitters of disease, 
poisonous snakes, etc.) ; ten lectures are given each year, 
illustrated with numerous charts, lantern slides, and speci- 
mens, and supplemented by practical laboratory exercises in 
studying both live and preserved parasites, examining meat 
for trichiniasis and in the diagnosis of various zooparasite 
diseases by microscopic examination of fasces. The parasites 
are studied from the standpoints of zoology, practical medi- 
cine, and public health. 



LEGAL MEDICINE 
William W. Fobd, M. D., Lecturer in Legal Medicine. 

The instruction is given in the third year. The lectures 
are intended to instruct the students in the actual facts of 
applied medicine, which constitutes the basis of the work of 
the medico-legal practitioner, as in the duties of the medical 
expert witness and his relations to his client and to the court. 

The lectures deal with sexual transgressions, abortion, in- 
fanticide, etc., with the circumstances attendant upon violent 
death in its various forms and with injuries of all sorts, 
mechanical and chemical, and with the medico-legal relations 
of insanity. 

Especial attention is directed to the methods of investi- 
gation and protocol writing in such cases, and to the tech- 
nical means by which suspected marks, stains and traces of 
all sorts may be recognized. Instruction as to the character 
of medical evidence which is useful and admissible in court 
and as to its presentation, is emphasized. 



102 Medical Department [746 

INSTRUCTION IN ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 
Max Broedel, Associate Professor of Art as applied to Medicine. 

A. Courses for Medical Students 

1). A course in drawing open to students of all four 
years, to research workers and to members of the faculty 
for one afternoon a week throughout the year. This course 
will be limited to 12 students. The work will first deal with 
the exact study of the plastic representation of medical ob- 
jects of all kinds. Later on this will lead to the study of 
diagrammatic drawings and sketches useful in taking medi- 
cal histories or illustrating lectures with blackboard sketches. 
Lastly various techniques for making medical illustrations 
for publications will be taught. 

2). Eesearch workers who require pictorial representa- 
tions of their research, will be taught the principles of making 
such drawings. 

B. Courses for Artists and Art Students 

1). Special instruction to medical illustrators who desire 
to take up advanced work in a particular branch. The fee 
will depend on the length of the course and the character 
of the instruction. Minimum fee, $25.00. Such courses may 
be taken at any time during the academic year. 

2). A regular course for beginners. This course will 
continue during the entire day throughout the academic year. 
Applicants who are not graduates of an art school must 
submit samples of their work. The duration of the course 
of instruction will of necessity depend on the talent of the 
individual, the average term, however, not exceeding two 
years. The fee is $100.00 a year. Drawings of especial 
merit may be accepted and utilized by the Department for 
publication and as a practical test of the artist's ability. 
Although such drawings become the property of the school, 
the student will receive several printed proofs after publica- 



747] Instruction in Art as Applied to Medicine 103 

tion. All drawings and sketches not so honored will remain 
the property of the student. 

The course will include : 

a). Anatomical studies of the skeleton, muscles and vis- 
cera from the standpoint of the medical illustrator. Every- 
thing studied is sketched or drawn. 

o ) . Studies of fresh material at autopsies, combined with 
microscopic studies of the various tissues in health and dis- 
ease. A number of accessory methods will be employed in 
studying fresh tissues. 

c) . Studies of hardened specimens from the various patho- 
logical collections, combined with the study of the texture 
of the individual structures of the body. 

d). Based on the foregoing the student is ready to study 
the pictorial representation of physical examinations, various 
kinds of treatment and the different steps in surgical oper- 
ations. 

e). Stress will be laid on the correct attitude of the medi- 
cal illustrator toward problems in medical research and to- 
ward the conception of a medical illustration in general as an 
aid to the text and also as a work of art. 

/). Parallel with and supplementing these studies, in- 
struction will be given in the various techniques suitable for 
medical illustrations intended for publication. Namely : 

1). Half-tone drawings in crayon, etc. — Mixed tech- 
nique. 
2). Water color painting. 
3). Line drawings in pen and ink. Diagrams. 
4) . Charts for class demonstrations. 

g). Studies of the various methods of reproduction from 
the standpoint of the illustrator. 



104 Medical Department [748 



HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF MEDICINE 

The Historical Club meets once a month throughout the 
academic year in the medical amphitheatre of the Hospital. 
Old and rare or otherwise historically interesting books are 
exhibited and the history of medical doctrines, of epochs in 
medicine and of the lives and contributions to knowledge of 
eminent men, and other themes pertaining to the history of 
medicine are considered. Many students avail themselves of 
the stimulating and educational advantages afforded by the 
meetings of this Club. 



SPECIAL LECTURES 



From time to time, as opportunity offers, short courses of 
special lectures or demonstrations upon selected topics are 
given either by specially appointed lecturers or by members 
of the teaching staff. 



SUMMER COURSES FOR GRADUATES IN 
MEDICINE 



SUMMER COURSES FOR GRADUATES IN 
MEDICINE 



In co-operation with the Johns Hopkins Hospital, the 
following courses are offered to graduates in medicine. In- 
struction will begin on Tuesday, June 1st and end on Thurs- 
day, July 15th. 

Under special circumstances, fourth year students of ac- 
credited medical schools may obtain permission to register 
for these courses, which are primarily intended for physicians. 

The right is reserved to cancel -any course announced, in 
case less than five (5) persons register for it. 

Medicine 

I. Amphitheatre Clinic — Dr. L. F. Barker, Professor of 
Clinical Medicine, June; Dr. T. B. Futcher, Associate Pro- 
fessor of Clinical Medicine, July. 

II. Practical Medicine — Dr. L. V. Hamman, Associate 
in Clinical Medicine and Dr. P. W. Clough, Associate in 
Medicine. 

A course in practical medicine consisting of clinical demon- 
strations. Daily, 9 to 11 a. m. 

III. Clinical Microscopy — Dr. T. P. Sprunt, Instructor 
in Medicine, and Dr. M. A. Hodge, Dispensary Physician. 

The course consists of lectures and laboratory instruction 
in the miscroscopic and chemical examinations of urine, blood, 
gastric contents, faeces and sputum. Monday, Wednesday 
and Friday, 2 to 4.30 p. m. 

IV. Serum Diagnosis, Immunity Reactions, Bacteriolo- 
gical Examinations — Dr. C. R. Austrian, Associate in Medi- 
cine and Dr. A. L. Bloomfleld, Assistant in Medicine. 

The course consists of lectures and laboratory instruction 
covering the Wassermann reaction, fixation of complement 

107 



108 Medical Department [752 

test in gonorrhoea and other diseases, the Widal reaction, 
blood cultures, throat cultures, sputum examinations, bac- 
teriological examinations of various body fluids and tissues, 
tuberculin and luetin reactions, Abderhalden reaction in 
pregnancy, colloidal gold reaction, opsonic technique, 
isoagglutination and isohemolysis tests in selecting the donor 
for transfusion. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2 to 
4.30 p. m. 

V. Diseases of the Circulation — Dr. E. W. Bridgman, 
Assistant in Medicine. The course covers the diagnosis and 
treatment of cardiac diseases, together with a study of blood- 
pressure, venous pulse, electrocardiagrams, etc. Tuesday, 
Thursday and Saturday, 2 to 4 p. m. 

VI. Percussion and Auscultation — Dr. S. Wolman, In- 
structor in Clinical Medicine, and associates. Tuesday, 
Thursday and Saturday, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. 

VII. Diseases of the Digestive Apparatus — Dr. T. E. 
Brown, Associate in Clinical Medicine. A course in the 
diseases of the digestive apparatus, with practical exercises 
in the use of the various diagnostic methods, including 
sigmoidoscopic and fluoroscopic examinations. Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. 

VIII. Diseases of Metabolism — Dr. H. 0. Mosenthal, 
Associate Professor of Medicine. This course will be a prac- 
tical study of patients with diabetes and other diseases of 
metabolism with reference to exact functional diagnosis and 
practical treatment. Each student will be required to carry 
out the various tests for himself. Ward visits as the material 
offers. Tuesday, 10 to 12 m. in the Medical Dispensary. 

IX. Diagnosis and Treatment of Syphilis — Dr. A. Keidel, 
Instructor in Clinical Urology. Daily, 2 to 4 p. m. 

X. Neurology — Dr. G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr., and Dr. C. 
M. Byrnes, Instructors in Clinical Neurology. 

(a) The course consists of lectures and practical work in 
the Dispensary. History-taking, methods of examination, and 
differential diagnosis will be discussed. Instruction will be 



753] Summer Courses for Graduates in Medicine 109 

given in the use of the ophthalmoscope and the making of 
electric and sensory examinations. Daily, 10 to 12 m. 

(b) Dr. Taneyhill: Lectures with illustrative case his- 
tories, in which the Freudian psychology and its bearing upon 
the treatment of the neuroses and psychoneuroses will be 
considered. Discussion of the relation of hysteria to states 
of depression, and to manic-depressive insanity. Monday, 
Wednesday and Thursday, 9 to 10 a. m. 

(c) Dr. Byrnes: A brief course in the gross and micro- 
scopic anatomy of the central nervous system, followed by 
the consideration of the painful affections of the trigeminal 
nerve and their treatment by alcohol injections. Other path- 
ologic specimens will also be demonstrated, and, when prac- 
ticable, instruction will be given in the intraspinal method 
of administering salvarsanised and mercurialised sera. Mon- 
day, Wednesday and Friday, 12 to 1 p. m. 

Pediatrics 

Dr. E. A. Park, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, and 
Dr. Kenneth D. Blackfan, Instructor in Pediatrics. The 
course will consist of clinics and demonstrations of patients 
illustrating the more common diseases of infancy and child- 
hood. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. 

Surgery 

Dr. J. C. Bloodgood, Associate Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. 

I. Surgical Diagnosis — Dr. G. J. Heuer, Associate in 
Surgery, assisted by Dr. E. H. Follis, Associate in Clinical 
Surgery, and Dr. E. D. McClure, Instructor in Surgery. 

(a) Daily ward rounds and operative clinics. Pounds, 
9 a. m. to 10 a. m., and operations, 11 a. m. to 12 m. 

(b) Surgical and Pathological Consideration of Tumors — 
Dr. J. C. Bloodgood. 9 to 12, twice weekly. 

II. Surgical Pathology — Dr. W. E. Dandy, Instructor in 



110 Medical Department [754 

Surgery. This course will consist of the gross and micro- 
scopic study of specimens from the surgical operating room. 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2 to 5 p. m. 

III. Operative Surgery on Animals — Dr. George Walker, 
Associate in Surgery, assisted by Dr. K. D. McClure. In 
this course a limited number of students will perform a 
series of operations in abdominal, renal and blood-vessel sur- 
gery, under the immediate supervision of the instructors. 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2 to 5 p. m. 

IV. Genito-Urinary Surgery — Dr. F. W. Hobelman, Dis- 
pensary Urologist. Clinical Instruction in history-taking, 
routine genito-urinary examinations, urinary analysis, me- 
thods of microscopic examination of secretions from the 
urethra, venereal sores, prostate, etc., instrumental examina- 
tion (including urethroscopy, but not cystoscopy), and me- 
thods of treatment. Daily, 2 to 3.30 p. m. 

V. Plastic Surgery — Dr. J. S. Davis, Instructor in Clin- 
ical Surgery. In this course particular attention will be 
paid to wound healing, skin grafting, etc. Ward, dispensary 
and operative demonstrations will be given. Tuesday and 
Saturday, 10 to 12 m. 

VI. Rectal Surgery — Dr. H. B. Stone, Instructor in Clin- 
ical Surgery. This course will include digital and procto- 
scopic examinations, together with operations under general 
or local anesthesia. Monday and Friday, 10 to 12 m. Opera- 
tive clinics as posted. 

VII. Radiography — Dr. C. A. Waters, Assistant in 
Actinography. Practical instruction in X-Eay laboratory, 
including Roentgenoscopy and Roentgenotherapy. Lecture 
on Saturday at 12 m. Daily, 10 to 1 p. m. 

VIII. Anesthesia — Dr. M. R. Reid, Instructor in Surgery. 
Practical instruction in the administration of anesthetics. 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10 to 12 m. 

IX. Diseases of the Eye — Dr. H. V. Tweedie and Dr. L. 
B. Whitman, Assistants in Clinical Ophthalmology. 

(a) Practical Dispensary course in diagnosis and treat- 



755] Summer Courses for Graduates in Medicine 111 

ment, including lectures on penetrating wounds, accidental 
injuries, etc. 

(b) Ophthalmoscopy. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 
3 to 5 p. m. 

X. Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear — Dr. S. J. 
Crowe, Associate in Clinical Larynology; Dr. F. Hazlehurst 
and Dr. H. E. Slack, Assistants in Laryngology. 

(a) Dispensary Work: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 
2 to 4.30 p. m. 

(b) Operative Clinic: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 
9 to 11 a. m, 

This will be supplemented by the demonstration of models, 
microscopic sections and X-ray plates illustrating the diag- 
nosis of sinus and ear conditions. 

(c) Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy : Monday, 2 to 5 
p. m. Dr. Hazlehurst. 

This course will be given to a limited number of students 
in the Hunterian Laboratory and will cover the technic and 
practical methods employed in such work. 

XL Diseases of the Skin — Dr. E. E. Strobel, Instructor 
in Clinical Dermatology, and Dr. I. E. Pels, Assistant in 
Clinical Dermatology. The course consists of the demon- 
stration of patients and discussion of their symptoms with 
especial attention to differential diagnosis and treatment. 
The bacteriology and pathology of certain skin diseases will 
also be considered. Daily, 2 to 3.30 p. m. Clinical Lecture, 
Dr. T. C. Gilchrist, Tuesday, 3 to 4 p. m. 

Gynecology 

Drs. G. L. Hunner and E. H. Eichardson, Associates in 
Clinical Gynecology; Dr. J. C. Neel, Instructor in Gynecol- 
ogy, and Dr. V. N. Leonard, Assistant Eesident Gynecologist. 

I. Operative Clinics, preceded by pelvic examinations 
under anesthesia. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 9 a. 
m. to 1 p. m. 

II. Ward-rounds — Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 to 10 a. m. 



112 Medical Department [756 

III. Practical Work in the Dispensary, including history- 
taking, pelvic and abdominal examinations without anes- 
thesia, and medical gynecology. Daily, 2 to 4 p. m. 

IV. Cystoscopy — Dr. G. L. Hunner, Dr. E. H. Eichard- 
son and Dr. V. N. Leonard. Practical instruction in the 
cystoscopic clinic. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 2 to 4.30 
p. m. 

Obstetrics 

Dr. E. D. Plass, Instructor in Obstetrics. The course will 
include ward rounds, abdominal palpation and pelvic men- 
suration, demonstrations of methods, lectures upon various 
important subjects and miscroscopic work in obstetrical path- 
ology. There will also be the opportunity to attend deliveries 
and operations. Morphine-scopolamine anesthesia will be 
demonstrated in suitable cases. Groups of students will have 
an opportunity to work in the Dispensary for one week and 
to make ante-partum and post-partum examinations for 
another week. (Course limited to ten students.) 

Tuesday, 10 to 11 a. m., demonstrations; 11 to 12 m., lec- 
ture. Thursday, 10 to 11 a. m., palpation and mensuration; 
11 to 12 m., lecture. Friday, 9 to 10 a. m., ward rounds; 10 
to 12 m., obstetrical pathology. 

Psychiatry 

I. Dr. C. M. Campbell, Associate in Psychiatry and Dr. 
D. Iv. Henderson, Assistant in Psychiatry. 

(a) General Psychiatry: The course includes the presen- 
tation and discussion of cases and will afford opportunity 
for personal study of patients. Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday, 11 to 1 p. m. Daily if desired. 

(b) Lecture course on psycho-pathology. Monday, Tues- 
day and Thursday, 3 to 4 p. m. 

II. Dr. S. R. Miller, Assistant in Clinical Medicine, in 
Charge of Laboratory of Internal Medicine, Phipps Psychia- 
tric Clinic. Course in special laboratory technique including 



757] Summer Courses for Graduates in Medicine 113 

examination of cerebro-spinal fluid, intraspinal therapy and 
other special methods. Wednesday and Friday, 2 to 4 p. m. 

Fees 

A full day's work for the entire period in as many courses 
as can be taken without conflict in hours — $100. If Animal 
Surgery is taken, an additional charge of $25.00 will be made. 

The fee for any one of the following courses is $25.00 : 
Clinical Microscopy, Serum Diagnosis, Diseases of Circula- 
tion, Digestive Diseases, Percussion and Auscultation, Di- 
seases of Metabolism, Plastic Surgery, Rectal Surgery, Anes-. 
thesia, Eye, Skin and Ear, Throat and Nose, Gynecological 
Cystoscopy, Gynecological Dispensary, Pediatrics. 

The fee for any one of the following courses is $50.00: 
Practical Medicine (including Amphitheatre Clinics), Syph- 
ilis, Neurology, Radiography, Gynecological Operative Course 
with Ward Rounds, Obstetrics, Surgical Operations, Surgical 
Diagnosis with Ward Rounds, Genito-Urinary Surgery, 
Psychiatry. 

For Animal Surgery alone, the fee is $75.00. 



Persons desiring to take these courses must register at the 
Dean's Office, where they will receive the necessary creden- 
tials. 

Courses cannot be changed after registration, except upon 
the payment of an additional fee. 

In view of the fact that only a limited number can be 
admitted to certain courses, it is advisable that applications 
be made in advance. Address the Dean of the Johns Hop- 
kins Medical School, Baltimore. 



SCHEDULES OF COURSES FOR THE 
SESSION OF 1915-1916 



No alterations in the schedules are permitted 
unless authorized by the Medical Faculty. 



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[760 



SCHEDULE FOR THE 





Monday 


Tuesday. 


First 


9-12 
Anatomy I. 

12-1 f 
Anatomy VII. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 

12-l.f 

Anatomy V. 


Tkimester. 

(Oct. 5 to Dec. 23, 
incl.) 


2-5. 

Histology. 


2-5.f 

Drawing as Applied to 

Medicine. 


Second 


9-1. 
Anatomy II. 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-l.f 
Anatomy V. 


Trimester. 

(Jan. 3 to Mar. 4, 
incl.) 


2-5. 

Histology and 

Organology. 


2-3. 

Histology and 

Organology 

(Lecture). 

2-5.t 

Drawing as Applied to 

Medicine. 


Third 

Trimester. 

(Mar. 5 to May 7, 


9-12 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1 
Bacteriology 
Recitation. 


9-10. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 

10-1. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


incl.) 


2-3 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A and B.) 


2-5. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 



Explanatory Note. — Elective courses are indicated by a dagger (f), all other 
courses are reauired. 

To enter upon the clinical work in the third trimester of the second year, the 
student must have satisfactorily completed the required work in the first year and in 
the first two trimesters of the second year. 



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Schedule of Courses 



117 



FIRST YEAR, 1915-1916 



Wednesday. 


Thursday 


Fkiday. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 

12-l.f 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 


2-5. 
Histology. 


2-3. 

Histology 
(Lecture). 

3-5.f 


2-5. 

Histology. 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 

Physiology 
(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 

Physiology 
(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 
Physiology 
(lecture). 


2-5. 

Histology and 

Organology. 


2-3.t 

Special Histology. 

2-5.f 


2-3.f 
Medical Anatomy 

2-5.t 
Haematology. 


9-12. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1. 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A and B). 


9-10. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 

10-1. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


9-12. 
Bacteriology. 

12-1. 

Physiol. Chem. 

(Lecture). 

(A and B) 


4-5. 

Bacteriology 

(Lecture). 


2-5. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


4-5. 

Bacteriology 
(Lecture). 



f Elective or advanced work may be obtained in the following subjects by arrange- 
ment with the instructors: Anatomy, Physiology, Physiology in Relation to Medicine, 
Physiological Chemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Experimental Pathology and 
Hygiene. 



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SCHEDULE FOR THE 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 


First 
Trimester. 

(Oct 5 to Dec. 3, 
incl.) 


9-10.t 
Study Room (Anatomy). 

10-11. 

Pharmacology 

(Lecture). 

11-12. 

Autopsies.* 

12-1. 

Pathology 
(Recitation). 


9-10. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 

10-1. 

Physiology (B). 

Physiological 

Chemistry (A). 




2-5. 
Pathology. 


2-5. 

Physiology (B). 

Physiological 

Chemistry (A). 


Second 
Trimester. 

(Jan. 3 to Mar. 14, 


9-12.f 

Study Room (Anatomy). 

Topographical Anat. 

Anat. of the Infant. 

10-12. 

Autopsy Demonstration. 

Group I. 

12-1. 

Pathology 
(Recitation). 


9-12.t 

Autopsies. 

Hygiene. 

Study Room (Anat.). 

Topograph. Anat. 

Anat. of Infant. 

12-1. 

Pharmacology 

(Lecture). 




2-5. 
Pathology. 


2-5.t 

Drawing as Applied to 

Anatomy. 

Toxicology. 

Principles of Immunity. 

(Lecture.) 


Third 
Trimester. 

(Mar. 15 to May 27, 
incl.) 


9-10. 

Application of Biology to 

Medicine. 

Dr. Clough. 

Application of Chemistry 

to Medicine. 

Dr. Mosenthal. 

10-12 
(Mar. 15 to 25 incl.) 
Entire Class — Surgery. 
(Mar. 27-May 27.) 
Groups I and II. Prep. 
Surgery. 
Groups III and IV. Physi- 
cal Diag. 
Groups V and VI. Medical 
Dispensary. 

12-1. 
Mpdical Clinic. 
Dr. Janeway. 


9-10. 

Demonstration of 

Autopsy Material. 

1st half Class. 

10-12 

(Mar. 15 to 25 incl.) 

Entire Class — Medicine. 

(Mar. 27-May 27.) 

Groups III and IV. Prep. 

Surgery. 
Groups V and VI. Physi- 
cal Diag. 
Groups I and II. Medical 
Dispensary. 

12-1. 

Surgical Clinic. 

Dr. Finney. 




2-3. 

Medical Conference. 

Dr. Janeway. 

3-4. 

Pharmacy (lecture). 

4-6. 

Practical Pharmacy. 

Elective. 


2-4. 

Medical Psychology. 
Dr. Meyer. 
Required. 



Explanatory Note. — Elective courses are indicated by a dagger (f), all other 
courses are required. 

To enter upon the clinical work in the third trimester of the second year, the 
student must have satisfactorily completed the required work in the first year and 
in the first two trimesters of the second year. 

t Electives or advanced work may be obtained in the following subjects by arrange- 
ment with the instructors: Anatomy, Physiology, Physiological Chemistry, Pharma- 



763] 
i:OND YEAR, 


Schedule 
1915-1916 


of Courses 


110 


Wednesday. 


Thursday. 


Friday. 


Satuhdat. 


9-lO.t 
jdy Room (Anatomy). 

10-11. 

Pharmac ology 

(Lecture). 

11-12. 
Autopsies.* 

12-1. 

Demonstration of 
utopsy Material (A). 


9-10. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 

10-1. 

Physiology (B). 

Physiological 

Chemistry (A) 


9-ll.f 
Study Room (Anatomy). 

11-12. 
Autopsies.* 

12-1. 

Demonstration of 
Autopsy Material (B). 




2-5. 
Pathology. 


2-5. 

Physiology (B). 

Physiological 

Chemistry (A). 


2-5. 
Pathology. 




9-12.f 

itudy Room (Anat.). 

Topograph. Anat. 

Anat of Infant. 

10-12. 
rtopsy Demonstration. 
Group II. 

12-1. 

Pharmacology 
(Lecture). 


9-12.f 

Autopsies. 

Hygiene. 

Study Room (Anat.). 

Topograph. Anat. 

Anat. of Infant. 


9-10.t 

Study Room (Anatomy). 

Topograph. Anat. 

A nat. of Infant. 

10-12. 

Autopsy Demonstration. 

Group III. 

12-1. 

Pharmacology 
(Lecture). 




2-5. 
Pathology. 


2-5f 

Experimental 

Pharmacology. 

Principles of Immunity. 

(Lecture.) 

Special Histology. 


2-5. 
Pathology. 




9-10. 
fraction to Therapeutics 
^armacological Lecture 
Room). 
Dt. Lamson. 

10-12 
(Mar. 15-25 incl.) 
tire Class — Surgery. 
(Mar. 27-Mav 27.) 
lips V and VI. Prep. 

Surgery. 
• rps I and II. Physi- 
cal Diag. 
>* III and IV. Medical 
Dispensary. 

12-1. 
Surgical Clinic. 
!. Heuer and Davis. 


9-10. 

Demonstration of 

Autopsy Material. 

2nd half Class. 

10-12 
(Mar. 15-25 incl.) 
Entire Class — Surgery. 
(Mar. 27-May 27.) 
Groups I and II. Prep. 
Surgery. 
Groups III and IV. Physi- 
cal Diag. 
Groups V and VI. Medical 
Dispensary. 

12-1. 

Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Janeway. 


9-10. 

Surgery. 

Recitation. 

10-12 

(Mar. 15-25 incl.) 

Entire Class — Medicine. 

(Mar. 27-May 27.) 

Groups III and IV. Prep. 

Surgery. 
Groups V and VI. Physi- 
cal Diag. 
Groups I and II. Medical 
Dispensary. 

12-1. 

Physical Diagnosis 

Recitation. 

Dr. Bridgman. 


10-12 

(Mar. 15-25 incl.) 

Entire Class — Surgery. 

(Mar. 27-May 27.) 

Groups V and VI. Prep. 

Surgery. 
Groups I and II. Physi- 
cal Diag. 
Groups III and IV. Medical 
Dispensary. 


2-3. 

Pediatrics, 
©■e-half of Class. 

3-5. 
5rmical laboratory. 


2-4. 

Physical Diagnosis. 

(Demonstration.) 

Dr. Bridgman. 


2-3. 

Pediatrics. 

One-half of Class. 

3-4. 

Neurology. 




T, Toxicology, Experimf 
lutopsies according to sp 

idents who desire to ta 1 
' trimester. Such student 
^nittee. 


ntal Pathology and Hygiene, 
ecial announcement. When n 

<e up or continue research v 
s must be recommended by 


latcrial is ready the autopsic 

*ork may be excused from th 
the respective instructors 


s will be performed at this 

e afternoon exercises «f the 
to the 3rd and 4th Year 



SCHEDULE FOR THE 



MONBAT. 


TUBSDAY. 


WlDNESBlY. 


9-10. 


9-10 


9-10. 


Obstetrics 


1st half year. 


Surgery 


(Recitation). 


Group I. Gynecology. 

Group II. Obstet'cs, W'rd. 

Groups III and IV. Obstet- 
rics, recitation. 
2nd half year. 

Group I. Obstet'cs, W'rd. 

Group II. Gynecology. 

Groups III and IV. Obstet- 
rics, recitation. 


(Recitation). 


First Half Year. 


10-11. 


First Half Year. 


10-12. 


Gynecology. 


10-12. 


(Oct. 11-25.) 


(Recitations, two thirds, 


(Oct. 6-27.) 


Group I. Surgical Disp. 


Gynecological Pathology, 


Group I. Surgical Disp. 


Group II. Phys. Diagnosis. 


one third of year.) 


Group II. Phys. Diagnosis. 


Group III. Medical Disp. 




Group III. Medical Disp. 


Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 


11-12. 


Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 


(Nov. 1-22.) 


Neurology, Clinic or 


(Nov. 3-24.) 


Group II. Surgical Disp. 


Recitation. 


Group II. Surgical Disp. 


Group I. Phys. Diagnosis. 




Group I. Phys. Diagnosis. 


Group III. Medical Disp. 




Group III. Medical Disp. 


Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 




Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 


(Nov. 29 to Dec. 20.) 




(Dec. 1-22.) 


Group III. Surgical Disp. 




Group III. Surgical Disp. 


Group IV. Phys. Diagnosis. 




Group IV. Phys. Diagnosis. 


Group I. Medical Disp. 




Group I. Medical Disp. 


Group II. Neurol. Disp. 




Group II. Neurol. Disp. 


(Jan. 10-24.) 




(Jan. 5-26.) 


Group IV. Surgical Disp. 




Group IV. Surgical Disp. 


Group III. Phys. Diagnosis. 




Group III. Phys. Diagnosis. 


Group I. Medical Disp. 




Group I. Medical Disp. 


Group II. Neurol. Disp. 




Group II. Neurol. Disp. 


Second Half Year. 




Second Half Year. 


10-12. 




10-12. 


(Jan. 31 to Mar. 25.) 




(Jan. 31 to Mar. 25.) 


Group I. Surgical Disp. 




Group I. Surgical Disp. 


* Group II. Elective. 




Group II. Elective. 


Group III. Bay View. 




Group IV. Bay View. 


(Mar. 27 to May 27.) 




(Mar. 27 to May 27.) 


Group II. Surgical Disp. 




Group II. Surgical Disp. 


*Group I. Elective. 




Group I. Elective. 


Group III. Bay View. 




Group IV. Bay View. 


Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 




Group III. Neurol. Disp. 


12-1. 


12-1. 


12-1. 


Medicine. 
Clinical Lecture. 


Surgical Clinic 
Dr. Finney. 


Medicine. 
Clinical Lecture. 


(1st half year.) 


(1st half year.) 


Medical Clinic. 




Medical Clinic. 


Dr. Futcher. 




Dr. Mosenthal. 


(2d half year.) 




(2d half year.) 


2-3. 


2-4.30. 


2-3. 


Clinical Microscopy. 


Clinical Microscopy. 


Surgical Pathology. 


Recitation and Demon- 


[1st and 2d Trimester.] 


Clinic and Demonstration. 


strations 


4.30-5.30. 




[1st and 2d Trimester.] 


Psycho.-Pathology 


ELECTIVE. 




[2d Trimester.] 


3-4.30. 


3-4. 




Surgical Pathology 


Practical Therapeutics. 


ELECTIVE 


(Laboratory). 


Medical Amphitheatre. 


1.30-5. 


Group Work or Special Work 


[1st, 2d and 3d trimesters.] 


Drawing. 
[3rd Trimester.] 


Va to 1 Vz units. 


2-3. 


2-4. 




Hygiene and 


Clinical Microscopy. 




Legal Medicine. 


0/£ Trimester). 




[3d Trimester.] 


[3rd Trimester.] 

3.80-5.30 

Surgical Diagnosis 

Bav View. 

3d Tri. 




4-5 


4.30-5.30. 


4.30-5.30. 


Surgery 


Syphilis. 


Medicine 


(Recitation.) 


(Lecture.) 


(Recitation). 


[3 trimesters.] 


Oct. to Jan. 1. 





* Unless otherwise indicated, courses extend throughout year, and are 
obligatory. 

Unit equals 66 hours : — 6 hours a week for 1 term ; 2 hours a week for 1 year. 

Students must take l r k units of work during the year in these or other elective 
courses during these hours. 

Open Elective Courses, 2 days a week, 8 weeks, 10 to 12 m. equals 32 hours = 
V 2 Unit. 



THIRD YEAR, 1915-1916* 



Thursday. 



9-10. 

1st half year. 

Group I and II. Obstetrics, 

recitation. 
Group HI. Gynecology. 
Group IV. Obstet'cs, W'rd. 

2nd half year. 
Group I and II. Obstetrics, 

recitation. 
Group III. Obstet'cs, W'rd. 
Group IV. Gynecology. 



Fridat. 



9-10. 

Physical Diagnosis 

(Recitation). 

Dr. Bridgman. 

(1st half year.) 

Therapeutics. 

(Recitation.) 

Dr. Rowntree. 

(2d half year.) 



First Half Year. 
10-12. 

(Oct. 7-28.) 
Group I. Surgical Disp. 
Group II. Phys. Diagnosis, 
Group III. Neurol. Disp. 
Group IV. Medical Disp. 

(Nov. 4-18.) 
Group II. Surgical Disp. 
Group I. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group III. Neurol. Disp. 
Group IV. Medical Disp. 

(Dec. 2-23.) 
Group III. Surgical Disp. 
Group IV. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 
Group II. Medical Disp. 

(Jan. 6-27.) 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
Group III. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 
Group II. Medical Disp. 

Second Half Year. 
10-12. 

(Jan. 31 to Mar. 25.) 
Group III. Surgical Disp. 
Group IV. Elective. 
Group I. Bav View. 

(Mar. 27 to May 27.) 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
Group III. Elective. 
Oroup I. Bay View. 
Group II. Neurol. Disp. 



10-12. 

Surgical Clinic. 

Dr. Finney. 



12-1. 
Medical Clinic. 
Dr. Hamman. 



12-1. 

Surgical Clinic. 

(3rd and 4th years). 

Dr. Halsted. 

Nervous Diseases 

(Recitation). 
After April 1. 



2-4.30. 

Clinical Microscopy. 

[1st and 2d Trimester.] 

2-3. 

Hygiene 

and Legal Medicine 

(Lecture). 

[3d Trimester.] 

ELECTIVE. 

4.30-5.30. 

Psychiatry. 

Clinical Demonstrations. 

[2d and 3d Trimester] 

3-5. 
Clinical Microscopy. 

(V 2 Trimester). 

Medicine = % unit. 

[3d Trimester.] 



Saturday. 



9-10. 

Obstetrics 

(Recitation). 



4.30-5.30. 
Medical Zoology. 
Oct. to Jan. 1. 



ELECTIVE. 

11.5. 

Operative Surgery, in 

Groups = 1 unit. 

(Repeated each trimester). 

2-4.30. 

Surgical Pathology (year) = 

1V 2 unit. 

Obstet. Pathology. 

1 Tri. = *& unit. 

(Repeated first and second 

Trimesters). 

Medicine (year = 1 unit). 

(Repeated each Trimester). 

3.30-5.30. 

Tuberculosis Clinic. 

Bay View. 

[3d Trimester.] 



First Half Year. 
10-12. 

(Oct. 9-30.) 
Group I. Surgical Disp. 
Group II. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group III. Neurol. Disp. 
Group IV. Medical Disp. 

(Nov. 6-20.) 
Group II. Surgical Disp. 
Group I. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group III. Neurol. Disp. 
Group IV. Medical Disp. 

(Dec. 4-18.) 
Group III. Surgical Disp. 
Group IV. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 
Group II. Medical Disp. 

(Jan. 8-29.) 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
Group III. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 
Group II. Medical Disp. 

Second Half Year. 
10-12. 

(Jan. 31 to Mar. 25.) 
Group III. Surgical Disp. 
Group IV. Elective. 
Group II. Bay View. 

(Mar. 27 to May 27.) 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
Group III. Elective. 
Group II. Bay View. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 



12-1 

Medical Clinic 

(3rd and 4th years). 

Medical Amphitheatre 

Dr. Janewav. 

1st and 2d Trimester 

Dr. Barker. 

3d Trimester. 



2-4. 

Laryngoscopy 

In groups. 

2-4. 

Ophthalmoscopy 

In groups. 



* Electives in Medicine (Tuberculosis and Gastro-Intestinal Diseases, and Medical 
Dispensary, Jan. 31-Mar. 25), in Pediatrics (in groups) and in other subjects to be 
announced, are offered from January 31 to March 25. 

* Elective Pediatrics to be given if 12 or more apply. 



SCHEDULE FOR THE FOURTH YEAR, 1915-1916 

Medical Section, including Pediatrics, Tuesday, 10.30-12, and Thursday, 9-11 , 

Surgical Section 



Elective Section. 



Medical Section. Medical Wards, Dispensary and Laboratories, 8.30 A. M. to 12 M., 

and 2 to 4.30 P. M. = 6 units. 
Surgical Section. Surgical Wards, Ward Visits, Operating Room and Laboratories 
(entire Section), 9 A. M. to 12 M. = 3 units. Recitation, Friday, 9 A. M. 
Ophthalmology (3 times weekly for 1 Trimester), 2-3.30 P. M. = 1 unit, leaving 
1^2 units elective. Elective Courses, afternoons, 2-4.30. 



12-1 LtCTURES 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 


Wednesday. 


First 

Trimester. 

October 

to 

Christmas. 


(a) Diseases of Children. 

Dr. Knox. 
(6) Pathology of Genito- 
urinary Tract. 
Dr. Geraghty. 


Advanced Medical Clinic. 
Dr. Barker. 


Clinical Pathological 

Conference. 

Drs. Janeway and 

Winternitz. 


Second 
Trimester. 

January 
to 
March 15. 


(a) Diseases of Children. 

Dr. Howland. 
(6) Dr. Geraghty. 


Advanced Medical Clinic. 
Dr. Barker. 


Clinical Pathological 

Conference 

Drs. Janeway and 

Winternitz. 


Third 

Trimester 

Manh 15 

to June. 


(a) Dr. Futcher. 
(6) Dr. Howland. 
(c) Dr. Geraghty. 


Minor Ailments. 

Dr. Hamburger. 


Clin. Path. Conf. 
Drs. Thayer and 

Winternitz. 
Medical Ethics. 

(2 lectures). 



The courses on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday are obligatory, and continue 

throughout the year. Those on other days are elective and arranged in Trimesters, but 

e very student must choose one of them for each day and pursue same for entire Trimester. 

Medical Zoology, Thursday, 4.30 to 5.30. 1st Trimester. 

ELECTIVE 



daily 9-12 = 3 U. 

daily 9-12 = 3 U. 

daily 9-12 = 3 U. 

9-12 = 11,6 U. 

9-12= IVi U. 



Mornings 

Medical Research, 

Medicine (Clinical) City Hospital, Bay View, 2d and 3d Trimes 

ters limited to four students. Dr. Boggs ... 
Surgery (Major), Dr. Halsted and Staff, .... 
Rectal Surgery, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Dr. Stone, 
Plastic Surgery, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Dr. Davis, 
Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Dr. Bloodgood. 12 students 

Wednesday and Friday, 8-9 = % to 1 U. 

Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Special Work. Dr. Bloodgood, daily = % to 1% U. 
Gynecology, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 10 students, Drs. 

Kelly, Cullen and Resident, 

Obstetrics, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 students. Dr. 

Williams and Staff, 

Children's Diseases (Major). Dr. Howland and Staff. Limited to 4 

Genito-Urinary (Major). Dr. Young, 

Psychiatry (Major 1 ). Dr. Meyer and Staff, .... 
Psychiatry (Dispensary), daily except Thursday, 

Research, other departments, 

Neurology (Minor). Dr. Thomas, ...... 

Disorders of Metabolism, Tuesday. Dr. Mosenthal, - 

Phipps Dispensary: Advanced Course (3d Tri.) twice weekly, 

Tuesday and Friday. Dr. Austrian, 

Gastro-Intestinal. Dr. Brown, Feb. -June, Monday and Wednesday 
Drawing as Applied to Medicine. Mr. Broedel - 





9-12 


= 1% U. 


9-12 = 


1% 


to 2% 


[J. 


daily 


9-12 


= 3 


U. 


daily 


9-12 


= 3 


LI. 




9-12 


= 3 


1 J. 




9-12 


= 3 


(J. 


daily 


9-12 


= 3 


U. 


daily 


10-11 


= 1 


V. 



10-12 
10-12 



u. 



10-12= '% U. 
- Tuesday, 1.30-5= % U. 



Afternoons 



daily 2-4.30 = 2ft U. 



2-3.30 = 1 U. 

daily 2-3.30 = 1 U. 

daily 2-4.30 = 2% U. 

daily 2-3.30 = 1 U. 

daily 2-3.30 = 2% U. 

daily 2.8.30 = 1 U. 

2-3.30 = 1 U. 



Ophthalmology (Major). Dr. Theobald, Dr. Randolph and Staff, 
Orthopedics (daily, or 3 times weekly for 1 Trimester), limited to 

14 students. Dr. Baer, 

Genito-Urinary (Minor for % Tri.). Drs. Young and Geraghty, 

Dermatology (Major). Drs. Gilchrist and Lord (limited to 10), 

Dermatology (Minor, 3 times weekly for 1 Tri.). Drs. Gilchrist 

and Lord, ......... 

Laryngology (Major). Dr. Crowe and Staff, - 
Laryngology (Minor for % Tri.). Dr. Crowe and Staff, - 
Syphilis (Minor), Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Dr. Keidel, 
Bronchoscopy and Oesophagoscopy, 3rd Tri. Dr. Hazlehurst 

(Hunterian Lab.), Tuesday, 

All courses extend over one Tri 
Students must take 18 units during the year: 

Medicine, ........ 

Surgery, 

Obligatory afternoon exercises (Wed., Fri. and Sat.) 

2 Specialties, 

(Ophthalmology and one minor elective), 

6 Elective Units, 



3-5 



6 units. 
3 " 



% u. 



18 units. 
Unit or Minor Course equals 66 hours, or 6 hours a week for 1 Trimester ; 2 hours a 
week for 1 year. 



1st. Trimester 
October to Christmas. 



Group I. 
Group II. 
Group III. 



2nd Trimester. 
January to March 15. 



Group III. 
Group I. 
Group II. 



3rd Trimester. 
March 15 to June 



Group II. 
Group III. 
Group I. 



Elective Section. Elective Courses, mornings, 9-12, and afternoons, 2-4.30. 

If Genito-Urinary, Orthopedics, Neurology or Children be not taken in morn- 
ing hours, Laryngology or Dermatology must be taken for half of Tri. from 2-3.30 
P. M. = 1 unit, leaving % unit elective from 3.d0 to 4.30. 



AND CLINICS 



Thursday. 


Friday. 


Saturday. 


(a) Medical Clinic. 


Surgical Clinic. 


Medical Clinic. 


Dr. Thayer. 


Dr. Halsted. 


Dr. Janeway. 


(b) Orthopedics. 




Psychiatric Clinics. 


Dr. Baer. 




Oct. — to Jan. 1. 


(c) Syphilis. 




3.30-5.30. 


Dr. Keidel. 




Dr. Meyer. 


(d) Pathology of Genito- 






Urinary Tract. 






Dr. Geraghty. 






(a) Dr. Thayer. 


Surgical Clinic 


Medical Clinic. 


(b) Dr. Baer. 


Dr. Halsted. 


Dr. Janeway. 


(c) Dr. Keidel. 




Psychiatric Clinic. 


(d) Dr. Geraghty. 




(Elective.) 

Bay View Hospital. 

3.30-5.30. 


(a) Dr. Thayer. 


Surgical Clinic. 


Medical Clinic. 


(b) Dr. Baer. 


Dr. Halsted. 


Dr. Barker. 


(c) Dr. Keidel. 


After April 1. 




(d) Dr. Geraghty. 


Digestive Diseases. 
Dr. Brown. 





Courses may be pursued for entire year or changed each Trimester. Attendance 
on three of these elective courses for one Trimester = % unit. 



Psychiatry (11 lectures), Fridays, 
COURSES 



4.30-5.30, 1st Trimester. Subject to change. 



il 



ft U. 

% u. 
% u. 



u. 

D. 

& u. 



3.30-5.30 

2-4.30 = 2% U. 



Obstetrical Pathology. Dr. Williams and Staff (Repeated two 

Tri.). Friday, 2-4.30 

Gynecological Dispensary. Drs. Leonard and Richardson, daily, 

2 to 4 P. M., 1 Tri., sections of two students each day, - 
Gynecological Pathology (Repeated three Trimesters). Drs. 

Cullen, or Hurdon, • 2-4.30 

Cystoscopy. Drs. Hunner and Resident, Tuesday, Thursday, 

and Saturday. % Trimester (limited to 3 students), - 2.30-4.30 
Psychiatry, Clin, demonstrations, 2d and 3d Tri., Thursday. 4.30-5.30 
Psychiatry. Dr. Berkley. 2nd Trimester, - Saturday, 3.30-5.30 
Psychiatry, laboratory work as arranged. 
Psychiatric Clinic, Saturday, Sheppard Pratt Hosp., 3rd tri. 
Medical Research, ...... daily, 

Medical Bacteriology, laboratory, Drs. Bloomfield and Clark. 

Research in other departments, .... daily, 2-4.30 = 2^17. 

Experimental Pathology (Minor). Dr. Winternitz, twice weekly, 2-4.30 = 1 U. 
Clinical Microscopy (3rd Tri.). Drs. Baetjer and Miller, 

twice weekly for V 2 Tri., 2-4 = % U. 

Special Methods of Investigation of Infectious Diseases (2d 

Trimester). Drs. Bloomfield and Clark, twice weekly, 2-4.30 = 1 U. 

Lectitres 

Genito-Urinary. Dr. Young, .... Monday, 3.30-4.30 

Dermatology. Dr. Gilchrist, .... Tuesday, 3.30-4.30 

Laryngology. Dr. Crowe, .... Wednesday, 3.30-4.30 

Gynecology. Dr. Kelly, Monday, 4.30-5.30 

Cardiac Arrhythmias. 2nd and 3rd Tri., Dr. Bridgman, 

Friday, 4.30-5.30: 

Medical Urology. 1st Trimester. Dr. Keith, - Thursday, 3.30-4.30 : 
Infectious Diseases. (2d Tri.). Dr. Bloomfield, twice weekly, 4.30-5.30 
Medical Bacteriology. Drs. Bloomfield and Clark, Tuesday, 2-3 : 
Hysteria and the Psychoneuroses. 2nd Tri. Dr. Camp- 
bell, Wednesday, 3.30-4.30; 

Ophthalmology. Dr. Theobald, - - - Thursday, 8.30-4.30 = 

Hospital Interneships. (One lecture.) Dr. Smith. Monday, 

December 20, 4.30-5.30 



— V 
= A 



y« u. 



% v. 

% u. 

%u. 



mester, unless otherwise stated. 



Medical Group. 



Surgical Group. 



Elective Group. 



SUMMARY OF THE WORK. 






Wards, etc., 




. 


8.30-12 


Lecture or Clinic, 




. 


12-1 


Wards, etc., 






2-4.30 


Wards, 






9-12 


Lecture or Clinic, 




. 


12-1 


Ophthalmology, 






2-3.30 


Elective Work, 




. 


2-4.30 


Elective Work, - 




. 


9-12 


Lecture or Clinic, 




. 


12-1 


Elective Specialties, - 


- 


- 


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APPENDIX 






APPENDIX 



ENDOWMENT 

The founder of the Johns Hopkins University, in devoting his 
large fortune to the establishment of the University and the Hos- 
pital, had in view the organization of a school of medicine. In his 
letter addressed to the Trustees of the Hospital, dated March 10, 
1873, these significant words occur: 

" It will be your especial duty to secure, for the service of the 
Hospital, surgeons and physicians of the highest character and 
greatest skill. ... In all your arrangements in relation to this 
Hospital, you will bear constantly in mind that it is my wish and 
purpose that the institution shall ultimately form a part of the 
Medical School of the University for which I have made ample 
provision in my will." 

When the University was opened in 1876, arrangements were 
made for instruction in those sciences such as physics, chemistry, 
and biology, which lead up naturally to the professional study of 
medicine. In 1884 the professorship of pathology was filled and 
the pathological laboratory was opened. In 1889 the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital was opened, and the physician, surgeon, and gyne- 
cologist in chief to the Hospital were appointed to the professor- 
ships, respectively, of medicine, surgery, and gynecology and 
obstetrics. At the same time the professor of psychiatry was 
appointed. Opportunities for instruction were afforded to graduates 
in medicine. Ampler endowment however, was needed to complete 
the organization of a medical department. 

Gifts amounting to $111,731.68, most of which were offered to 
this University in October, 1890, by a committee of women, and an 
additional gift of $306,977, offered to the University in December, 
1892, in addition to her previous subscriptions, by Miss Mary 
Elizabeth Garrett, made up, with other available resources, the 
amount of $500,000, which had been agreed upon by the Trustees 
as the minimum sum to be secured for the opening of the Medical 
Department. These generous contributions were m<*de upon condition 
that women be received upon the same terms as men. 

Tli is endowment, added to the available resources of the Johns 
Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins Hospital, enabled the 

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Trustees to complete the organization of the Medical Department 
and to open it for instruction in 1893. 



II 
THE WOMEN'S MEDICAL SCHOOL FUND 

At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University, October 
28, 1890, the following letter was presented: 

" The committee formed for the purpose of raising a fund to pro- 
cure the most advanced medical education for women, can now place 
at your disposal the sum of one hundred thousand dollars for the 
use of your Medical School, if you will, by resolution, agree that 
women whose previous training has been equivalent to your pre- 
liminary medical course, shall be admitted to the school, when it 
shall open, upon the same terms which may be prescribed for men. 
There can be no doubt that women ought to be trained to act as 
nurses for sick women. There is as little doubt that a sufficient 
number of women ought to be educated and trained in such manner 
as to be fully able to care for sick women who may wish or ought 
to be treated by women. We have devoted ourselves to the further- 
ance of this object. We have reason to hope that a university 
which proposes to found a medical school intended to teach advanced 
methods in the treatment of those diseases which affect mankind, 
will not refuse to women the opportunity of learning such methods. 
There is now a general interest in our movement. In order that 
this interest may be sustained, we ask you to consider our offer at 
the earliest possible period. 

Nancy Mobbis Davis, 
Chairman of the Baltimore Committee." 

The following minute was adopted by the Trustees: 
The President and Board of Trustees of the Johns Hopkins 
University have received from Mrs. Nancy Morris Davis, chairman 
of one of the committees formed for the purpose of raising a fund 
to procure the most advanced medical education for women, the 
gratifying intelligence that $100,000 has been raised for the use of 
their intended Medical School, and is at their disposal, if they 
will, by resolution, agree to the terms upon which the money was 
contributed by its donors. 

The terms are that this Board, if it accepts the funds thus raised, 
shall agree, by resolution, that, when its Medical School shall be 



773] Appendix 129 

opened, women whose training has been equivalent to the prelimi- 
nary medical course prescribed for men, shall be admitted in such 
school upon the same terms as may be prescribed for men. 

The offer to this University of the particular fund is the free, 
voluntary act of women residing in this State and in other States, 
made without the suggestion or solicitation of this Board, and we 
accept it under and subject to the terms which are made a part of 
the gift, with the understanding ard declaration, however, that 
such preliminary training in all its parts be obtained in some other 
institution of learning devoted, in whole or in part, to the education 
of women, or by private tuition. 

The fund so contributed shall be invested and known as " The 
Women's Medical School Fund," and that fund, and all interest to 
accrue thereon and all additions made thereto for the same purpose, 
shall remain invested fo» the purpose of increase only until, with its 
aid as a foundation, a general fund has been accumulated amounting 
to not less than $500,000, and sufficient for the establishment and 
maintenance of a Medical School worthy of the reputation of this 
University, and fully sufficient as a means of complete medical 
education. Then, and not until then, will a Medical School be 
opened by this University; and then, and not until then, will the 
gift now offered be used by this University; and then, and not until 
then, will the terms attached thereto be operative. 

The utility of a training school for women nurses has been demon- 
strated by the experience and practice of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
and by the necessities of home life among our people. 

This Board is satisfied that in hospital practice among women, 
in penal institutions in which women are prisoners, in charitable 
institutions in which women are cared for, and in private life, when 
women are to be attended, there are a need and place for learned 
and capable women physicians; and that it is the business and duty 
of this Board, when it is supplied with the necessary means for 
opening its proposed Medical School, to make provision for the 
training and full qualification of such women for the abundant work 
which awaits them in these wide fields of usefulness. 

Nothing contained in this minute shall be construed as abridging, 
in any manner, the right of the Board of Trustees of the Johns 
Hopkins University to make such rules and regulations as they may 
deem necessary for the government of its School of Medicine, when 
it is organized; and in making such rules and regulations, the terms 
of this minute shall always be respected and observed. 



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III 
THE MARY ELIZABETH GARRETT FUND* 

TERMS OF THE GIFT, AS ACCEPTED BY THE TRUSTEES, 
FEBRUARY, 21, 1893. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Garrett, in order to make up the sum of 
$500,000, which the Board of Trustees required should be secured 
as an endowment before the Medical School of the University was 
opened, has contributed to that fund the sum of $306,977 upon the 
following terms, which have been agreed to by the University: 

1. That women shall enjoy all the advantages of the Medical 
School of the Johns Hopkins University on the same terms as men, 
and shall be admitted on the same terms as men to all the prizes, 
dignities or honors that are awarded by competition, examination, 
or regarded as rewards of merit. 

2. That not more than $50,000 of the original endowment of 
$500,000 shall be expended on a building or buildings; and that 
in memory of the contributions of the Committees of the Women's 
Medical School Fund, this building, if there be but one, or the chief 
building, if there be more than one, shall be known as the Women's 
Fund Memorial Building. 

3. That the Medical School of the University shall be exclusively 
a graduate school as hereinafter explained, that is to say: That the 
Medical School of the Johns Hopkins University shall form an 
integral part of the Johns Hopkins University, and, like other 
departments of the University, shall be under the management and 
control of the Trustees of the said University, that it shall provide 
a four years' course, leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine; 
that there shall be admitted to the school those students only who, 
by examination or by other tests equally satisfactory to the Faculty 
of the Medical School (no distinction being made in these tests or 
examinations between men and women), have proved that they 
have completed the studies included in the Preliminary Medical 
Course (Group Three, Chemical-Biological Course) as laid down in 
the University Register (but this condition is not meant to restrict 
the Trustees from receiving as hearers, but not as candidates for 
the degree of Doctor of Medicine, those who have received the degree 
of Doctor of Medicine, or its equivalent, in some school of good 
repute) ; and that the degree of Doctor of Medicine of the Jonns 
Hopkins University shall be given to no Doctor of Medicine who 
have not proved by examination or by other tests equally satis- 



* So designated by the Trustees, September 24, 1892 



775] Appendix 131 

factory to the Faculty of the Medical School that they have 
completed the studies included in the Preliminary Courses, besides 
completing the course of instruction of the Medical School of the 
Johns Hopkins University. 

The aforegoing provision shall not be construed as restricting the 
liberty of the University to make such changes in the requirements 
for the admission to the Medical School of the Johns Hopkins 
University or to accept such equivalents for the studies required 
for admission to this school as shall not lower the standard of 
admission specified in this clause; provided that the requirements 
in modern languages other than English shall not be diminished, 
and provided also that the requirements in non-medical scientific 
studies shall include at least as much knowledge of natural science 
as is imparted in the three minor courses in science now laid down 
in its university register, the subjects and arrangements of these 
scientific studies being subject to such modifications as may from 
time to time seem wise to its Board and to the Faculty of the 
Medical School, but being at all times the same for all candidates 
for admission. (For such requirements always see University 
Register. ) 

4. That the terms of this gift and the resolutions of October 
28, 1890, by which the Trustees accepted the gift of the Women's 
Medical School Fund, shall be printed each year in whatever annual 
calendars may be issued announcing the courses of the Medical 
School. (See appended resolutions.) 

5. That there shall be created a committee of six women to whom 
the women studying in the Medical School may apply for advice 
concerning lodging and other practical matters, and that all ques- 
tions concerning the personal character of women applying for 
admission to the School, and all non-academic questions of discipline 
affecting the women studying in the Medical Scnool shall be referred 
to this committee, and by them be in writing reported for action 
to the authorities of the University; that the members of this com- 
mittee shall be members for life; that the committee, when once 
formed shall be self-nominating, its nominations of new members 
to fill such vacancies as may occur being subject always to the 
approval of the Board of Trustees of the University. 

6. That in the event of any violation of any or all of the afore- 
said stipulations, the said sum of $306,977 shall revert to her, or 
such person or persons, institution or institutions, as she by testa- 
ment or otherwise may hereafter appoint. 

It will be observed that by the tenor of the aforegoing terms no 
university course will be in any way modified by any conditions 
attached to her gift. These conditions relate exclusively to prepara- 
tion for the Medical School, and have received, in the shape in 



132 Medical Department [776 

which they are now presented, the unanimous approval of the 
Medical Faculty of the University. 

The terms of admission to the Medical School of the University, 
as formulated and interpreted by the Medical Faculty of the Uni- 
versity, February 4, 1893, and here subjoined, are therefore in 
entire accordance with the terms of her gift. 

(Signed) Mary E. Garrett. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE MEDICAL SCHOOL OF THE 
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED 
BY THE MEDICAL FACULTY, FEBRUARY 4, 1893. 

A course of four years' instruction will be provided leading to the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine. 

To this course there will be admitted as candidates for the degree: 

1. Those who have satisfactorily completed the Chemical-Biological 
Course which leads to the A. B. degree in the University. 

2. Graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools who can 
furnish evidence: (a) That they have a good reading knowledge 
of French and German; (&) That they have such knowledge of 
physics, chemistry and biology as is imparted by the regular minor 
courses given in these subjects in this University. 

3. Those who give evidence by examination that they possess the 
general education implied by a degree in arts or in science from 
an approved college or scientific school, and the knowledge of French, 
German, physics, chemistry and biology already indicated. 

By approved colleges and scientific schools are meant those whose 
standard for graduation shall be considered by this University as 
essentially equivalent to its standard for graduation in the under- 
graduate department. 

It is to be understood that at least one year's study in the 
Chemical and Biological Sciences in their immediate relation to 
medicine Shall be required from students after their entrance to 
the Medical School. 



WOMEN'S COMMITTEE OF MEDICAL SCHOOL 

MRS. WILLIAM H. HOWELL, 
MISS M. CAREY THOMAS, 
MRS. THEODORE JANEWAY, 
MRS. ADOLPH MEYER, 
MRS. HOWARD A. KELLY, 
MRS. HENRY M. THOMAS. 

Their duties are stated in paragraph 5 of the letter printed above. 



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IV 

THE BAXLEY PROFESSORSHIP 

By the will of Dr. Henry Willis Baxley, of Baltimore, who died 
March 13, 1876, a sum of money, amounting to $23,836.52, was 
received by the Trustees of the University to endow any medical 
professorship that they might think proper. This fund was kept 
intact, and was invested by the Trustees with the purpose of allow- 
ing it to accumulate until it had reached a sum more adequate to 
carrying out the desire of the founder. In March, 1901, upon the 
request of the President and the Medical Faculty, the Board of 
Trustees of the University directed that this fund shall be set apart 
to endow the Professorship of Pathology in the University, which 
shall hereafter be known as the Baxley Professorship of Pathology. 



THE HERTER LECTURESHIP 

In November, 1902, Dr. and Mrs. Christian A. Herter, of New 
York, offered to the Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins 
University the sum of $25,000 " for the formation of a memorial 
lectureship designed to promote a more intimate knowledge of the 
researches of foreign investigators in the realm of medical science." 
This gift was accepted by the Trustees of the University November 
3, 1902. According to the terms of the gift, some eminent worker 
in Physiology or Pathology is to be asked each year to deliver a 
lecture at the Johns Hopkins University upon a subject with which 
he has been identified. The selection of a lecturer is to be left to 
a committee representing the departments of pathology, physiological 
chemistry and clinical medicine, and if " in the judgment of the 
committee it should ultimately appear desirable to open the proposed 
lectureship to leaders in medical research in this country there 
should be no bar to so doing." The committee named for this 
purpose consists of Drs. Welch, Abel and Barker. 

LECTURERS ON THIS FOUNDATION 

Professor Paul Ehrlich, of Frankfort. 
Professor Hans H. Meyer, of Vienna. 
Professor Sir Almroth E. Wright, of London. 
Professor Sir Edward A. Shafer, of Edinburgh. 
Professor Hans Chiari, of Strassburg. 
Professor Albrecht Kossel, of Heidelberg. 
Professor George F. Nuttall, of Cambridge, England. 
Professor Thomas Lewis, University College Hospital Medi- 
cal School. 



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VI 

THE ENDOWMENT OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

The intimate connection between the Medical School and the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital renders it proper to mention the facilities of the 
Hospital as an important adjunct to the endowment of the Medical 
School. By the letter of instruction of the founder, it was provided 
that the Johns Hopkins Hospital should furnish clinical facilities for 
the Medical School. In the purchase of the site of the Hospital, the 
location and arrangement of buildings, the construction of the appa- 
ratus for heating and ventilation and all other hygienic appliances, 
the purpose of medical instruction was constantly borne in mind. 
The original buildings and grounds of the Hospital, not including 
the Harriet Lane Home, the Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, the Marburg 
building, and the Brady Urological Institute and other buildings, 
have cost upwards of two millions of dollars. Upon the hospital 
grounds have been erected various buildings, which furnish ample 
facilities for the accommodation of 600 in-patients and many thous- 
and out-patients, as well as a pathological laboratory, with a large 
autopsy amphitheatre. These buildings also provide class-rooms in 
connection with the out-patient department, a large clinical labora- 
tory, a surgical building with five operating rooms, as well as rooms 
for the study of surgical pathology, clinic rooms, several lecture 
rooms, and a clinical amphitheatre, all equipped with ample appar- 
atus for the instruction of students. The administration building 
furnishes accommodation for a medical staff of over fifty persons. 
It also has a large library and reading rooms. 



VII 

THE ENDOWMENT OF THE CLINICAL LABORATORY 

An endowment, which benefits the Medical School through the 
Hospital, has been a fund of $10,000 to build and equip a clini- 
cal laboratory upon the Hospital grounds for the use of Medical 
students. This laboratory permits each student in the third and 
fourth years to have a place for clinical work, including microscopes 
and reagents, the use of a dark room, access to polariscopes and 
other instruments. It also contains rooms for special study and 
research. 



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VIII 

THE FUND FOR THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS 

This endowment for the study of tuberculosis has been placed 
in the hands of the Hospital Trustees for the study of the con- 
ditions of tubercular diseases in Baltimore. Through the funds 
afforded it has been practicable to employ a medical graduate to 
follow cases of tuberculosis and to watch the effects of methods of 
treatment; also to secure the services of medical students and nurses 
to visit the homes of tubercular patients and to give instruction 
as to the better care of the victims of the disease. By means of 
this fund facilities are further afforded to students to study tuber- 
cular cases that come to the out-patient department of the Hospital. 



IX 

THE PHIPPS FUND FOR THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS 

Through the liberality of Mr. Henry Phipps, a fund of $20,000 
has been given to the Hospital for the erection of a separate build- 
ing in connection with the out-patient department, for the special 
study of tuberculosis. He also contributes an additional fund each 
year for its maintenance. In this building rooms are arranged for 
the examination and treatment of patients, for a special library on 
tuberculosis, and for the laboratory study of the disease. The 
facilities thus afforded give exceptional opportunities for the study 
of all forms of tuberculosis. 



THE PHIPPS PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC 

In a letter to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, June 
12, 1908, Mr. Henry Phipps, of New York, offered the funds necessary 
for the erection of a psychiatric hospital, on the grounds of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, to accommodate about eighty patients and 
to contain the necessary laboratory equipment, hydro-therapeutic 
apparatus and other modern facilities for treatment. He offered, 
moreover, to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins University, addi- 
tional funds for the establishment of a department of psychiatry 
for a period of ten years from the opening of the clinic. This 



136 Medical Department [780 

generous offer was accepted by the Trustees of the University and 
Hospital. The building was opened with impressive ceremonies in 
April, 1913, and affords unsurpassed facilities. 



XI 

THE HARRIET LANE HOME FOR INVALID CHILDREN 

By her last will, Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnston, of Washington, 
D. C, left a sum of over $400,000 to establish in Baltimore The 
Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children as a memorial of two sons 
who had died in childhood. In order to give this Home the largest 
usefulness, its Trustees decided to erect it upon the grounds of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital and to open its wards for the instruction 
of physicians and nurses in the diseases of children. The building, 
which accommodates 100 children, was opened in October, 1912, and 
affords facilities for the study of the diseases of children, including 
those of an infectious nature. 



XII 

THE JAMES BUCHANAN BRADY UROLOGICAL INSTITUTE 

In October, 1912, Mr. James Buchanan Brady of New York offered 
to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital funds sufficient for 
the erection and maintenance of a special building for the care of 
60 patients suffering from genito-urinary disorders. This generous 
offer was accepted, and the building, which was opened in October, 
1914, is designated as the James Buchanan Brady Urological In- 
stitute. It offers exceptional facilities for the treatment of patients, 
the advancement of knowledge, and the instruction of physicians 
and students. 



XIII 

THE WILLIAM H. WELCH FUND FOR CLINICAL EDUCATION 
AND RESEARCH 

In response to the request of the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins 
University for funds to enable it to place the departments of Medi- 
cine, Surgery and Pediatrics upon the full University basis, the 



781] Appendix 137 

General Education Board, in October, 1913, contributed the sum of 
one and one-half million dollars, as announced in the following 
letter: — 

Dr. William H. Welch, 

Chairman of the Administrative Committee. 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. 

Dear Dr. Welch: 

At a meeting of the General Education Board, held October 23, 
1913, your application on behalf of the Johns Hopkins Medical 
School was presented for consideration. After full discussion the 
following resolutions were unanimously passed: 

" Resolved, That the General Education Board hereby agrees to 
appropriate the funds necessary to carry out the full-time scheme 
described in Dr. Welch's letter under date of October 21, 1913, and 
empowers the Finance Committee to take the necessary steps looking 
to the execution of this agreement. 

'" Resolved, That, in view of Dr. Welch's great services to the 
cause of medical education in America, the fund appropriated as 
above be called " The William H. Welch Endowment for Clinical 
Education and Research." 

With great respect, I am, 

Faithfully yours, 

(Signed) Wallace Buttrick. 

October 29, 1913. 



CATALOGUE OF STUDENTS 



A — List of Candidates for the degree of M. D. 

B— Geographical distribution of Students, etc. 

C — List of Physicians attending Graduate and 
Summer Courses 



STUDENTS, 1915-1916 

(Corrected to September 1, 1915.) 



CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF 
MEDICINE 

First Year 
Enoch Hermon Adams. Belgrade, Me. 

A. B. f Bates College, 1913. 
Jane B. Armstrong. Home, N. Y. 

A. B., Smith College, 1910 ; Graduate student, Syracuse University, 1914-15. 

Alvix Glen wood Athens. Summitville, Ind. 

A. B., DePamv University, 1915. 

Albert Adgate Bailey. Newport News, Va. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1915. 

Mary Kendrick Benedict. Sweet Briar, Va. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1S97 ; Ph. D., Yale University, 1903. 

Daniel Benton Biser. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Dudley Pleasants Bowe. Richmond, Va. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1914. 

Paul J. Bowman. Middletown, Pa. 

A. B., Lebanon Valley College, 1915. 

Moses Lewis Breitstein. Richmond, Va. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1915 ; Summer School, University of Michigan, 1914. 

Wilmer Brinton, Jr. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Edwin Nash Broyles. Atlanta, Ga. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 191."). 

John Ambrose Clark Busby. Delta. la. 

S. B., Grinnell College, 1915. 

Eugene Morrison Care. Baltimore. 

A. 1?., University of Pennsylvania, 1913; Graduate student, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1914-1915.' 

James Robert Cash. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1914, and A.M., 1915. 

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142 Medical Department [786 

Horton Ryan Caspabis. Austin, Tex. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1915. 

Leland Stanford Chapman. Los Angeles, Cal. 

S. B., Occidental College, 1915. 

Lawrence Benjamin Chenoweth. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

L. Clarence Cohn. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Della Richards Coulter. Columbia, S. C. 

A. B., College for Women (S. C), 1914 ; Summer Quarters, University of 
Chicago and University of South Carolina, 1914-1915. 

Winchell McKendree Craig. Washington C. H., 0. 

A. B., Ohio Wesley an University, 1915. 

Catherine Creighton. Evanston, 111. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914; Graduate student, George Washington 
University. 1914-1915. 

George William Cumbler. Steelton, Pa. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1915. 

James Edward Davis. Groseclose, Va. 

A. B., Roanoke College, 1915. 

Edward Carson Demmond. Savannah, Ga. 

A. B., Emory College, 1915. 

Edgar Everett Duncan. Waldron, Ar*. 

A. B., University of Arkansas, 1915. 
Ralph Harpel Dunlap. Baltimore. 

A. B., Albright College, 1914. 

James Ralph Dunn. Camden, S. C. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1915. 

Franklin Gessford Ebaugh. Reisterstown. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

John Miller Train Finney, Jr. Baltimore. 

S. B., Princeton University 1915. 

Thomas Samuel Finney. Attica, Ind. 

A. B., Wabash College, 1915. 

Homer Glenn Fisher. La Fontaine, Ind. 

A. B., Indiana University, 1914, and A. M., 1915. 

Ruth Flanigen. Woodbury, N. J. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1909 ; A. M., Columbia University, 1912. 

Earl Newton Flowers. Clarksburg, W. Va. 

A. B., West Virginia Wesleyan College, 1915. 



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Helen Blaib George. Portland, Ore. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1913. 

Watson Womack Gbay. Farmville, Va. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1915. 

Jacob Pearl Gbeenbebg. New York, N. Y. 

S. B., College of the City of New York, 1915. Summer Session, Columbia 
University, 1914. 

Robebt Rogeb Hannon. Seattle, Wash. 

S. B., University of Washington, 1915. 

Edwabd M. Hanbahan, Jr. Binghamton, N. Y. 

A. B., Cornell University, 1915. 

Frank McCullough Hartsook. Cardington, O. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1915. 

Edward Newell Henson. Philadelphia, Miss. 

S. B., Mississippi College, 1914 ; Graduate Student, 1914-1915. 

Ralph David Herlinger. Warren, O. 

S. B., Hobart College, 1915. 

Champneys Holt Holmes. Macon, Ga. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1915. 

Paul Roscoe Holtz. Frederick. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1915. 

Lois Hubbard. Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1915. 

Cyril Christopher Hussey. Sidney, 0. 

S. B., Ohio University, 1915. 

Washington Conner Huyler. Tenafly, N. J. 

S. B., Columbia University, 1915. 

Robebt Alexander Johnston. Tuskegee, Ala. 

S. B., University of Alabama, 1915. 

Hugh Wilson Josephs. Newport, R. I. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1914; Graduate Student, ibid., 1914-1915. 

Frank Bergner Kindell. Bradford, 0. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1915. 

Howard Athos Kinnaman. Bowling Green, Ky. 

S. B., Earlham College, 1915. 

William Minster Kunkel. Harrisburg, Pa. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1915. 
William Albebt Landis. Osakis, Minn. 

S. B.. University of Chicago, 1914. 



144 Medical Department [788 

Lucille Liberles. Baltimore. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1915. 

Ferdinand Christian Lieberknec:it. Baltimore. 

A. B., Cornell University, 1915. 

William McIntosh. Oberlin, 0. 

A. B. and A. M., Oberlin College, 1915 and 1913. 

Edward Thomas McNaney. Baltimore. 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1915. 

Birkhead Macgowan. Knoxville, Tenn. 

S. B., University of Tennessee, 1915. 

Cleon Carl Mason. Long Beach, Cal. 

Ph. B., Grinnell College, 1909. 

John Merrell Monfort. Cartersville, Ga. 

A. M., Emory University, 1915. 

Doris Audrey Murray. St. John, Can., 

A. B., Mc-Gill University, 1915. 

Luther Kyner Musselman. Gettysburg. Pa. 

S. B., Pennsylvania College, 1915. 

Norman Clive Nicholson. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Joseph Grant O'Brien, Jr. Butte, Mont. 

A. B., St. Francis Xavier's College, 1914. 

Alexander Thomas Ormond, Jr. Grove City, Pa. 

A. EL, Princeton University, 1912. 

Charles Edwards Parsons. Colorado Springs, Colo. 

A. B., Amherst College, 1913, and Colorado College, 1914. 

John Rodman Paul. Philadelphia, Pa. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1915. 

Dalton Gordon Paxman. Hamilton, N. D. 

A. B., University of North Dakota, 1914. 

Anna Platt. Baltimore. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1909 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1914-15. 

Robert Emmet Purcel. Shamokin, Pa. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1915. 

Anne Peril Purdy. Waterboro, Quebec. 

A. B., McGill University, 1915. 

Arnold Rich. Birmingham. Ala. 

A. B. and A. M., University of Virginia, 1915. 

William Francis Rienhoff. Springfield, Mo. 

A. B., Cornell University, 1915. 

Benjamin Sacks. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 



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Students 



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Irwin Clement Schumacher. 

A. B., University of California. 1915. 



Yuba City, Cal. 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Brooklyn, N, Y. 
Yineland, X. J. 
Onancock, Va. 
Boston, Mass. 
Roanoke, Va. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Baltimore. 



John Terrell Scott. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1914. 

At ala Thayer Scudder. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915. 

George Salvadore Stevenson. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1915. 

Harold J. Stewart. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Bessie Talbot Strongman. 

S. B., University of Chicago, 1915. 

Frank Carleton Thomas. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1915. 

Madge DeGrofft Thurlow. 

A. B., Gouchor College, 1914. 

Paul Edward Mower Tiesing. 

Th. B., Yale University, 1915. 

Claude Irving Uhler. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915 

Allen Fiske Vosiiell. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915 

Emanuel U. Waller stein. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1914. 

Leslie Tillston Webster. 

A. B., Amherst College, 1915. 

Theodore Frederick Wichmann. 

S. B., Muhlenberg College, 1915. 

G. Huntington Williams. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1915. 

Judson Thomas Williams. 

A. B., Colorado College, 1915. 

Henry Stuart Willis. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1914. 
Mark S. Young. Allentown, Pa. 

S. B., Muhlenberg College, 1915. 



Lutherville. 

Richmond, Va. 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y 7 . 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Baltimore. 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

High Point, X. C. 



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"Harold Leonard Higgins. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1907. 



Boston, Mass. 



* Instructor taking partial course. 



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Second Year 
John Ward Baylor. Wardell, Va. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1914. 

Harry Edwin Blair. Hagerstown. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1914. 

Herman John Bollinger. Toledo, 0. 

S. B., Heidelberg University (Ohio), 1914. 

David Thomas Bowden, Jr. Passaic, N. J. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Albert Howell Brewster. Atlanta, Ga. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1914. 

Friedman Holmes Cathrall. West Pittston, Pa. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1914. 

Benjamin Milton Cissel. Highland. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1914. 

Richard Gilmore Coblentz. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Frank Da vies Conroy. Cullowhee, N. C. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1914. 

Will G. Crandall. Lakota, N. Dak. 

S. B., Fargo College, 1914. 

Leonard Tomb Davidson. Oberlin, 0. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1912. 

Edgar Mortimer Day. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1914. 

John Lanaiian Dorsey. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Ethel Collins Dunham. Hartford, Conn. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914. 

Martha May Eliot. Boston, Mass. 

A. B., Radcliffe College, 1913. 

John Edward Elmendorf, Jr. New Brunswick, N. J. 
A. B., Rutgers College, 1914. 

Hortensia Amanda Farrall. Batavia, N. Y. 

S. B., Simmons College, 1912. 

Frederic Eugene Basil Foley. St. Paul, Minn. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1913. 



791] Students 147 

Lawrence Stokes Fuller. Laurens, S. C. 

S. B., University of South Carolina, 1914. 

Leslie Tracy Gager. Norwich, Conn. 

A. B., Yale University, 1914. 

Karl Gaines. Rome, Ga. 

A. B., Mercer University, 1913. 

HlLDEGARDE CATHARINE GERMANN. Quincy, 111. 
A. B., Vassar College, 1913. 

Lawrence Getz. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Ralph Kalb Ghormley. Tacoma, Wash. 

S. B., Whitworth College, 1914. 

Blaine Randolph Goldsberry. Athens, 0. 

S. B., Ohio University, 1914. 
Michael Alvord Gore. Washington, D. C. 

A. B., George Washington University, 1914. 

John Summerfield Green, Jr. Gittings, Long Green. 
S. B., Lafayette College, 1914. 

Harry La Verne Griffith. Columbus, 0. 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1914. 
Garland Melvin Harwood. Richmond, Va. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1914. 

Nathan Bernard Herman. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Rolfe Louis Hillman. St. Paul, Va. 

A. B., Emory and Henry College, 1914. 

Royal Lee Hobbs. Reisterstown. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1914. 

Robert Wright Houseal. Newberry, S. C. 

A. B., Newberry College, 1911 ; A. M., University of Virginia, 1913. 

John Gardiner Huck. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913, and Graduate student, 1913-1914. 

Walter Hughson. Morgantown, N. C. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1914. 

John Edabduel Huiskamp. New York, N. Y. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1898; Columbia University, 19la-13. 

Sylvia Lloyd Johnson. Masontown, Pa. 

A. B., Goshen College, 1914. 

Carl Fred Jordan. Burlington, la. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1914. 



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Linwood Dickens Keyser. Roanoke, Va. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1914. 

Joseph Hiram Kite. Elkton, Va. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1914. 

Amos Ralph Koontz. Stanley, Va. 

A. B., and S. B., College of William and Mary, 1910, and A. M., 1911. 

Louis Frederick Krumrein. Baltimore. 

A. B., George Washington University, 1914. 

Clifford M. Lane. Washington, Pa. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

Carlisle Sanford Lentz. Omalia, Neb. 

A. B., Creighton College, 1914. 

Charles Sumner Levy. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Jennings Sipe Lincoln. Wakefield, Va. 

A. B., Elon College, 1911 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1913-1914. 

Edwin Scott Linton. Washington, Pa. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

Ira Clinton Long. Morehead City, N. C 

A. B., Trinity College (N. C), 1914. 

Albert Smith McCown. Lexington, Va. 

A. B M Washington and Lee University, 1910. 

William Frank McFee. Concord, Tenn. 

A. B., University of Tennessee, 1914. 

Joseph Watson Martindale. Camden, N. J. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1913. 

John Gaston Mateer. Wooster, 0. 

A. B., University of Wooster, 1911. 

William Frederick Mayer. Johnstown, Pa. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1914. 

Gilbert Edison Meekins. Cambridge. 

A. B., Washington College, 1913 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1913-1914. 

Frank Robert Menagh. Denison, la. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1914. 

Edith S. Michael. New York, N. Y. 

A. B., Lyseum Fliegelmann, Vienna, 1911 ; Graduate student, Universities of 
Lausanne and Paris, 1912-1914. 

John Chalmers Montgomery. Coldwater, Mich. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1914 ; Medical student, ibid., 1913-1914. 



793] Students 149 

Israel William Nachlas. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

William Dove Noble. Preston. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1914. 

Ella Oppenheimeb. Washington, D. C. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914. 

Katharine Pardee. New York, N. Y. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1912 ; Graduate student, Cornell University, 1913- 
1914. 

Daniel Phythyon. West Middlesex, Pa. 

S. B., Westminster College (Pa.), 1914. 

Clarence Ciiipley Porter. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

JonN Paul Rankin. Elyria, O. 

A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1914. 

Clarence Albert Ransom. Washington, D. C. 

S. B., Fargo College, 1914. 

Elizabeth Mintie Reese. Gwynnbrook. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1908 ; Summer Courses, Johns Hopkins University, 

1911 and 1912. 

Lyle Barnes Rich. Willow City, N. Dak. 

A. B., University of North Dakota, 1914. 

Charles William Victor Richards. Annandale, N. Y. 

A. B., St. Stephen's College, 1914 ; Student, Summer School, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1914. 

Ina May Richter. Santa Barbara, Cal. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1908 ; Summer sessions, University of California, 

1912 and 1913. 

Robert Rosen. Detroit, Mich. 

S. B., Michigan Agricultural College, 1913. 

Emmett Orren Rushing. San Angelo, Tex. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1913. 

Louts Sachs. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

William Justus Merle Scott. Cleveland, 0. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1913. 

Harold Clinkscales Shirley. Honea Path, S. C. 

S. B., Military College of South Carolina, 1913 ; A. M., University of Soutu 
Carolina, 1914. 

Woodruff Smith. Spencerport, N. Y. 

A. B., Williams College, 1914. 



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Edward D. Spalding. Detroit, Mich. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1914. 

Karl Joseph Steinmueller. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Horace Gentry Stewart. Gallipolis, 0. 

S. B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1914. 

Phebe Stone. New York, N. Y. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1914. 

Elmer Raymond Stump. Atlanta, Ga. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1912. 

Lee Edwards Sutton, Jr. Petersburg, Va. 

S. B., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1914. 

Ralph Easterday Swarts. Arkansas City, Kans. 

A. B., University of Kansas, 1914. 

Karl Hart Tannenbaum. Crawfordsville, Ind. 

A. B., Wabash College, 1914. 

Carlos M. del Valle. Santurce, P. R. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Van Noyes Verplanck. So. Manchester, Conn. 

A. B., Yale University, 1914. 

Charles Edward Wagner. Lock Haven, Pa. 

Ph. B.. Dickinson College, 1914. 

James Alto Ward. Hartford, Ala. 

A. B., Howard College, 1914. 

Lawson Wilkins. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Rodes Estill Yager. Georgetown, Ky. 

S. B., Georgetown College (Ky.), 1913. 

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Third Year 

James Burns Amberson, Jr. Waynesboro, Pa. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1913. 

James Kerr Anderson. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

Walter Thomas Anderson. Washington, Pa. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 



795] Students 151 

James Lambert Bacchus. Ckestertown. 

A. B., Washington College, 1912 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1912-13. 

John Herman Baird. Newark, 0. 

A. B., Kenyon College, 1913. 

Horace McMurran Banks. Shepherdstown, W. Va. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1913. 

Burton Ellis Belcher. St. Petersburg, Fla. 

S. B., Florida State College, 1905. 

William Campbell Blake. Birmingham, Ala. 

S. B„ Howard College, 1913. 

Irene M. Blanchard. Normal, 111. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1898 ; Graduate Student, Univ. of Chicago, 
summer of 1907, Univ. of Michigan, 1911-12, and summer of 1912. 

Leo Brady. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

William Lewis Brosius, Jr. Gallatin, Mo. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1915; Medical student, ibid., 1913-1915. 

G. Bedford Brown, Jr. Georgetown, Ky. 

S. B., Georgetown College, 1912, and Yale University, 1913. 

Hugh Max Buli abd. Newberry, Pa. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1913. 

Curie Latimer Callander. Fargo, N. D. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1913. 

Aijce Beery Carroll. Columbus, 0. 

S. B., Ohio State University, 1911; Medical Dept., University of Wisconsin, 
1912-1913. 

John Meynard Carter. Columbia, Mo. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1914, and A. M., 1915 ; Medical student, Hid., 
1912-1915. 

George Arthur Clark. Holyoke, Mass. 

S. B., Hamilton College, 1913. 

Hallie Marguerite Clark. Roxbury, N. Y. 

S. B., Syracuse University, 1912. 

Herman Porter Davidson. Lexington, Va. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1913. 

Karl Hermann Doege. Marshfield, Wis. 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1914, and Medical Department, 1912- 
1914. 

Howard Philip Doub. Beaver Creek. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1913. 

Raymond Dubston Feab. Holland Patent, N. Y. 

A. B., Hamilton College, 1913. 



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Hubert William Fowle. Baltimore. 

A. B., Williams College, 1910. 

Morris Frishman. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1913. 

Herman Anderson Galley. Cardiff. 

A. B„ St. John's College, 1913. 

Thomas Owen Gamble. Jasper, Ala. 

S. B., University of Alabama, 1912. 

Leslie Newton Gay. Shamokin, Pa, 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1913. 

Irma Goldman. Kansas City, Mo. 

A. B., University of Kansas, 1913. 

Gordon Lewis Groover, Jr. Savannah, Ga. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1912 ; Graduate Student, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1912-13. 

Ruth Alline Guy. New York, N. Y. 

A. B., Barnard College, 1912. 

George Edward Webb Hardy, Jr. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

Frank Wilbur Hartman. Eliott, la. 

A. B., Knox College, 1913. 

Robert Val Hoffman. Hagerstown. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1913. 

Leslie Benjamin Hohman. Kansas City, Mo. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1912 ; Graduate student, University of 
Chicago, 1913. 

Sarah Ernestine Howard. Boston, Mass. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1911. 

Waddie Pennington Jackson. South Hill, Va. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1910; Summer School, Columbia Univer- 
sity, 1912. 

Louis Llewellyn Jacobs. Norfolk, Va. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

John Hall Janney, Jr. Brookeville. 

S. B., Earlham College, 1913. 

Robert Wilkinson Johnson, Jr. Baltimore. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1912. 

Joseph Ketzky. Montgomery, Ala. 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1912. 



797] Students . 153 

Merle William King. Baltimore. 

A. B., Allegheny College, 190S : Summer School, Cornell University, 1911, 
and Johns Hopkins University, 1913-1914. 

John Christian Koch. Athens, Ga. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1904. 

Alfred C. Kolls. LaCrosse, Wis. 

S. 15., Cniver>ih' of Wisconsin, 1014 and M. S., 1915 ; and Medical student, 
1911-1914. 

Frederick Hamilton Linthicum. Baltimore. 

A. B., Lovola College, 1912 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1912-1913. 

Coen L. Luckett. Torre Haute, Ind. 

A. B., University of Illinois, 1914, and Medical Department, 1912-1914. 

James Shearer McCartney, Jr. Washington, Pa. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

Frederick Francis McGauley. Schenectady, X. Y. 

S. B., Union College, 1912. 

Claude Vincent McMeen. Enola, Pa. 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1913. 

Morley Daniel McNeal. Cherokee, la. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1913. 

Hubert Melville Mann. Schenectady, ST. Y. 

A B., Union College, 1913. 

Eli Kennerly Marshall, Jb. Baltimore. 

S. B., College of Charleston. 1908 ; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Karl Henry Martzloff. Portland, Ore. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1913. 

Katharine Krom Merritt. Stamford, Conn. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1908. 

Gilbert- Richard Micklethwait. Portsmouth, 0. 

S. B., Ohio University, 1913. 

Frederick A. Miller. Hagerstown. 

A. B„ St. John's College, 1912. 
Theodore Sidney Moise, Jr. Savannah, Ga. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1913. 

Hubert Maurice Nicholson. Muskogee, Okla. 

S. B., University of Oklahoma, 1912; Medical student, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1912-1914. 

Edward Novak. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

Louis Ernest Payne, Jb. Leonardtown. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1913 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1912-1913. 



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DeLos Schuyleb Pulford, Jb. Tacoma, Wash. 

S. B„ Trinity College (Conn.), 1912. 

Ralph Louis Rebeb. Reading, Pa. 

Ph. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1913. 

John L. Rice. New Haven, Conn. 

S. B., Wesleyan University (Conn.), 1912. 

Ibl Cephas Riggin. Windsor, Va. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1913. 

Bertbam Julian Sangeb. Waco, Tex. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1913. 

Edwin William Schultz. Hamilton. 

S. B., Winona College of Agriculture, 1913 ; A. B., University of Michigan, 
1914 ; Medical Department, University of Michigan, 1913-1914. 

Robert G. Sharp. Chula Vista, Cal. 

S. B., University of California, 1911; M.S., 1913; Ph.D., 1914; Medical 
student, University of California, 1911-1914, and University of Utah, 
1914-1915. 

Joseph Pardoe Shearer. Milton, Pa. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1913. 

James Winn Sherrill. Temple, Tex. 

A. B., Baylor University, 1913. 

George Mars den Shipton. Pittsfield, Mass. 

A. B., Williams College, 1913. 

David Nathaniel Shulman. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

Eben Ellicott Smith. Dillsboro, Ind. 

S. B., Moore's Hill College, 1913. 

Merrill Clary Sosman. Chillicothe, 0. 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1913. 

Richard Henry Staehle. Newark, N. J. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1913. 

Robert Boyd Stewart. Toronto, Ont. 

A. B., University of Toronto, 1905, M. A., 1906, and B. Sc, 1909. 

John Louis Stifel. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1913. 

Cyrus Cressy Sturgis. Pendleton, Ore. 

S. B., University of Washington, 1913. 

W t illiam Shakespeare Summers. Columbia, Mo. 

A. B. and S. B., University of Missouri, 1914 ; and A. M., 1915 ; Medical 
student, ibid., 1912-1914. 

Mark Hopkins Tibbetts. Gilbert, Minn. 

S. B., Parsons College, 1912. 






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Students 



155 



Cumberland. 

Newton Centre, Mass. 

Little Neck, L. I. 



William Smith Tillet. Charlotte, N. C. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1913. 

Max Tischler. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1913. 

Niall Franklin Twigg. 

A. B., St John's College, 1913. 

Mabgaret Tyler. 

A. B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1913 

Hobabt Sanford Van Nostrand. 

S. B., Colgate University, 1913. 
Robert Alexander Webb, Jr. Louisville, Ky. 

A. B., Southwestern Presbyterian University, 1910 ; Graduate Student, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1910-1913. 

Paul Ashley West. Gambier, O. 

A. B., Kenyon College, 1912 ; Graduate Student, Oberlin College, 1912-13. 

John Bonar W t hite. 

A B., Davidson College, 1910. 

George Richard Wilkinson. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1912. 

Louis Alexander Witzeman. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1913. 

Frank Dallam Worthington. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1913. 

Mary Wright. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1914. 



Abbeville, S. C. 

Baltimore. 

Akron, O. 

Bel Air. 

Great Barrington, Mass. 



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Fourth Year 
William Willis Anderson. Baltimore. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

Merman S. Applebaum. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

Emily Partridge Bacon. Moorestown, N. J. 

A. B., Wilson College, 1912. 

Irvin C. Barclay. Macomb, 111. 

S. B., Knox College, 1912. 

Bryan Anderson Barlow. Ashford, Ala. 

S. B., University of Alabama, 1912. 



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Harold Cedric Bean. Portland, Ore. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1912, and Medical Department, 1912-13. 

Pio Blanco. San Juan, P. R. 

S. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1912. 

Rowland Sill Briggs. Sacramento, Cal. 

S. B., University of California, 1913, and Medical Department, 1912-1914. 

Sam Brock. Carrollton, Ga. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1911. 

H. Hays Bullard. New Orleans, La. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1908, and A. M., 1909, Medical Department, 
1906-1908 ; Ph. D., Tulane University, 1912. 

Harry J. Burkholdeb. Monmouth, 111. 

S. B., Monmouth College, 1912. 

John Joseph Cabden, Jb. Honolulu, II. I. 

S. B., University of California, 1912. 

* James Julian Chisolm. Natchez, Miss. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1911. 

Paul William Christman. Berkeley, Calif. 

S. B., University of California, 1912, and College of Medicine, ibid., 1911- 
1913. 



Seymodr Garland Clark. 

Ph. B., Emory College, 1912. 

Henry Brown Conrad. 

A. B., Wake Forest College, 
1912-1913. 

William Walter Cummings. 

A. B., Brown University, 1912. 



Darien, Ga. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
1912, A. M., 1913, and Medical Department, 

Providence, R. I. 
Farcro, N. Dak. 



Frank Irons Darrow. 

S. B., North Dakota Agricultural College, 1912. 

Harold Ball Disbrow. Lakewood, N". J. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1911. 

Joseph Pugh Eidson. Eaton, O. 

A. B., Miami University, 1912. 

Reuben Johan Erickson. Galesburg, 111. 

A. B., Knox College, 1911. 

James Allan Etheridge. Macon, Ga. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1912. 
t Ruth Eldred Fairbank. / Jacksonville, 111. 

A. B., Illinois College, 1911. 



* For one trimester only, 
t Two trimesters only. 



SOI] Students 157 

Lloyd Derr Feltox. Magnolia, 0. 

A. B., Wooster University, 1910; Graduate Student, Columbia University. 

Roy Lamar Fielder. Spring Valley, Va. 

A. B. and S. B., Emory and Henry College, 1912. 

William Pabkeb Finney, Jb. Lincoln University, Pa. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1908 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1911-12. 

Robert Guy Fuller. Baton Rouge, La. 

S. B., Louisiana State University, 1907. 

Hugh Clinton Fiske Gill. Baltimore. 

S. B., Maryland Agricultural College, 1912. 

Adolpiius Barte Greenwood. Asheville, N. C. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1910, and Medical Department, 1912- 
1914. 

Walter Edward Gbempleb. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

Ferdinand Herbert Haessler. Milwaukee, Wis. 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1914, and Medical Department, 1912-1914, 
and University of Chicago, Feb. 1914-June 1914. 

David Horace Hallock. Southampton, L. I., N. Y. 

A. B., Hamilton College, 1912. 

Howard Harrison Hamman. Greensburg, Pa. 

S. B., Allegheny College, 1912. 

Margaret Irving Handy. Smyrna, Del. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1911. 

Charles Maxwell Harmon. Cassopolis, Mich. 

A. B., Lake Forest College, 1912. 

John Warton Harris. Reidsville, N. C. 

A. B. and A. M., University of North Carolina, 1911-12. 

George Argale Harrop, Jr. South Bend, Ind. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1912. 

Thomas Johannes Heldt. Columbia, Mo. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1910, and A. M., 1912, and Medical Depart- 
ment, June 1912 to September 1914. 

George William Henry. Oswego, N". Y. 

A. B., Wesleyan University (Conn.), 1912. 

Frederick Karl Herpel. Reynoldsville, Pa. 

A. B., Allegheny College, 1912. 

Eltjah Maxie Hicks, Jb. Coward, S. C. 

A. B., Furman University, 1912 ; and A. If., 1913. 

Rorert Carhart Hood. Clarksburg, W. Va. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1912. 



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Jack Mason Hundley. Baltimore. 

A. B., St John's College, 1912. 

Mildred Jenks. Boston, Mags. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1911 ; Medical Department, J. H. U., 1011-1912. 

Abthub Lyman Kinne. Holyoke, Mass. 

A. B,, Dartmouth College, 1912. 

Joseph Sell Lawrence. York, Pa. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1904, and A. M., 1912. 

Hugh Francis Lena. Lawrence, Mass. 

A. B., Dartmouth College, 1912. 

Asa Liggett Lincoln. Lacey Spring, Va. 

A. B., Elon College, 1910, and A. M., 1911. 

Harry Linden. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

John Gabriel Long. Lancaster, Pa. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1912. 

Irving Kennedy Lovett. Little Silver, N. J. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1912. 

Lawrence Kinsman McCaffebty. Columbus, O. 

A. B., Kenyon College, 1912. 

Charles Lee McCarthy. Princeton, N. J. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1912. 

Patrick Francis McGuibe. Piedmont, W. Va. 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1909. 

Edith Helen Maas. New York, N. Y. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1912 ; Columbia University, Summer, 1912. 

Richard S. Major. Johnsonville, S. 0. 

A.B., Wofford College, 1909. 

Walter Bramblette Martin. Norfolk, Va. 

S. B., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1909. 

Milo Kirk Milleb. Urbana, 111. 

A. B., University of Illinois, 1912 

William Thomas Mitchell, Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1912. 

Joseph Earle Moore. Kansas City, Mo. 

A. B., University of Kansas, February, 1914; Summer Session, University 
of Chicago, 1913-1914. 

John Henry Muixin. Wilmington, Del. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1912. 



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David Reid Mubchison. Wilmington, N. C. 

A. B„ University of North Carolina, 1912. 

Alfbed Pfitsch, Jb. Baltimore. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1912. 

Chables Bebnabd Pbitchett. Danville, Va. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1912. 

Thomas Cbaig Redfern. Clemson College, S. C. 

S. B., Clemson College, 1912. 

Sidney O. Reese, Jb. Randolph, Neb. 

S. B., University of Nebraska, 1913, and Medical Department, 1911-18. 

Horace Withebs Reid. Danville, Ky. 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1911, and A. M., 1912. 

Feed Dawson Reynolds. Brundidge, Ala. 

S. B., University ox Alabama, 1912. 

Lawbence Reynolds. Ozark, Ala. 

A. B., University of Alabama, 1912. 

Francis Errett Robebts. Moundsville, W. Va. 

A. B., Bethany College, 1912. 
Charles Edwin Sevier. Brownsville, Tenn. 

S. B., Vanderbilt University, 1912. 

John Alston Sevier. Brownsville, Tenn. 

S. B„ Vanderbilt University, 1912. 

Daniel Glen Smith. Schenectady, N. Y. 

S. B., Union College, 1912. 

Taylor Bivens Smith. Caldwell, 0. 

A. B., Marietta College, 1912. 

William White Southard. Redlands, Cal. 

A. B., Leland Stanford Jr. University, 1910. 

James Spencer Speed. Roanoke, Va. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1912. 

Richard Ernest Stifel. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1912. 

James Kent Stoddard. Mt. Holly, N. J. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1912. 

Alan Callender Sutton. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

Thomas Lynn Sutton. Zanesville, O. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1912. 

Henry M. Thomas, Jb. Baltimore. 

S. B., Haverford College, 1912. 



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Junius Ernest Waeinneb, Jb. Richmond, Va. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1912. 

Theodora Wheeler. Fairfield, Conn. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1911. 

Samuel Augustus White. Savannah, Ga. 

S. B., University of South Carolina, 1912. 

George Bernays Wislockx St. Louis, Mo. 

A. B., Washington University (St. Louis), 1912. 

Ernest Ludwig Zimmerman. New Bedford, Mass. 

A. B., Dartmouth College, 1912. 



SUMMARY. 

First year 91 

Second year 90 

Third year 90 

Fourth year SG 



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35; 



305] 



Students 



161 



Geographical Distribution of Students Enrolledjand 
Their Places of Graduation 



Alabama 9 

Arkansas 1 

California 8 

Colorado 2 

Connecticut 7 

Delaware 2 

District of Columbia . 3 

Florida 1 

Georgia 14 

Hawaiian Islands 1 

Illinois 8 

Indiana 7 

Iowa 5 

Kansas 1 

Kentucky 5 

Louisiana 2 

Maine 1 

Maryland (Baltimore, 45) . . ti(> 

Massachusetts 13 

Michigan 4 

Minnesota 3 

Mississippi 2 

Missouri 8 



Alabama Polytechnic Inst ... 1 

Alabama, University of 5 

Albright College 1 

Allegheny College 3 

Amherst College 2 

Arkansas, University of 1 

Barnard College 1 

Bates College 1 

Baylor University 1 

Bethany College 1 

Brown University 1 

Bryn Mawr College 6 

Bucknell University 4 



Montana 1 

Nebraska 2 

New Jersey 12 

New York 23 

North Carolina 9 

North Dakota 5 

Ohio 25 

Oklahoma 1 

Oregon 4 

Pennsylvania :>G 

Porto Rico 2 

Rhode Island 2 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 3 

Texas ., 4 

Virginia 2D 

Washington 4 

West Virginia 5 

Wisconsin 3 

Foreign 

Canada 3 

California, Unversity of 5 

Central University ( Ky. ) . . . 1 

Chicago, University of 2 

Clemson College 1 

Colgate University 1 

College of City of N. Y 1 

College for Women (S. C.) . . 1 

Colorado College 1 

Columbia University 1 

Cornell University 3 

Creighton University 1 

Dartmouth College 3 

Davidson College :» 



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De Pauw University 1 

Dickinson College 2 

Earlham College 2 

Elon College 2 

Emory University 3 

Emory and Henry College. . . 2 

Fargo College 2 

Florida State College 1 

Franklin and Marshall Coll. 4 

Furman University 1 

Georgetown College (Ky.) . . 2 

Georgia, University of 8 

George Washington Univ ... 2 

Goshen College 1 

Goucher College. ... ., 5 

Grinnell College 2 

Hamilton College 3 

Harvard University 

Haverf ord College 1 

Heidelberg Univ. (O.) 1 

Hobart College 1 

Howard College 2 

Illinois College 1 

Illinois, University of 2 

Indiana University 1 

Iowa, University of 3 

Johns Hopkins University. . . 33 

Kansas, University of 3 

Kenyon College 3 

Knox College 3 

Lafayette College 5 

Lake Forest University 1 

Lausanne, University of 1 

Lebanon Valley College 1 

Leland Stanford Jr. Univ. . . 1 

Louisiana State University . . 1 

Loyola College 1 

McGill University 2 

Marietta College 1 

Maryland Agricultural Coll . . 1 

Mass. Inst, of Technology ... 1 , 

Mercer University 1 

Miami University 1 

Michigan, University of 6 ; 



Michigan Agric. Coll 1 

Mississippi College 1 

Missouri, University of 6 

Monmouth College 1 

Moore's Hill College 1 

Muhlenberg College 2 

Mt. Holyoke College 1 

Nebraska, University of 1 

North Carolina, Univ. of ... . 6 

N. Dakota Agri. College 1 

North Dakota, Univ. of 2 

Oberlin College 4 

Occidental College 1 

Ohio State University 2 

Ohio University 3 

Oklahoma, University of ... . 1 

Oregon, University of 3 

Parson's College (la.) 1 

Pennsylvania College 1 

Pennsylvania, University of. 1 

Pittsburgh, University of . . . 2 

Princeton University 17 

Radcliffe College 1 

Randolph -Macon College .... 6 

Richmond College 4 

Roanoke College 1 

Rock Hill College 2 

Rutgers College 1 

Simmons College 1 

Smith College 1 

South Carolina, Univ. of . . . 3 

Southw'tn Presbyterian Univ. 1 

St. Francis Xavier College. . 1 

St. John's Coll. (Annapolis) . 

St. Stephen's College 1 

Syracuse University 1 

Tennessee, University of . . . . 2 

Texas, University of 2 

Toronto University 1 

Trinity College (Conn.) 1 

Trinity College (N. C.) . . . . 1 

Union College 1 

Vanderbilt University 2 

Vassar College 8 



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103 



Virginia Polytechnic Inst. . . 2 

Virginia, University of 7 

Wabash College 2 

Wake Forest College 1 

Washington, University of .. . 3 

Washgtn. Univ. (St. Louis). 1 

Washington College 2 

Washington & Jefferson Coll. 6 

Washington and Lee Univ. . . 7 

Wellesley College 3 

Wesleyan Univ. (Conn.) .... 2 

Wesleyan Univ. (Ohio) 2 



Western Maryland College . . 5 

West Virginia University. . . 1 

Whitworth College 1 

William and Mary, Coll. of . . 1 

Westminster College ( Pa. ) . . 1 

Williams College 3 

Wilson College 1 

Wisconsin, University of . . . . 4 

Wofford College.../. 1 

Wooster, University of 2 

Yale University 5 



PHYSICIANS ATTENDING GRADUATE COURSES 
DURING 1914-1915 



Robert L. Bone. Madison ville, Ky. 

M. D., Vanderbilt University, 1SS2. Medicine and Neurology. 

Alfred W. Brown. Baltimore. 

M. D., Tufts College Medical School, 1913. Hygiene. 

Arthur L. Brown. Winchester, Mass. 

M. D., Tufts College Medical School, 1908. Surgical Pathology. 

Henry R. Carter. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1908. X-Ray Diagnosis. 

Laurence B. Chenoweth. Baltimore. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. Histology and Bacteriology. 

Harry H. Ebberts. Buffalo, N. Y. 

M. D., University of Buffalo, 1904. X-Ray Diagnosis. 

David Franklin. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1908. Urology. 

Eleanora Fry. Rochester, Minn. 

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn ; Art Students' League, N. Y. Art as Applied to 
Medicine. 

Archie Griffin. Valdosta, Ga. 

M. D., Louisville Medical School, 1894. Digestive Diseases. 

Enoch H. Harsh. Magnolia, O. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1901. Genito- Urinary Diseases. 

Charles L. Joslin. Sudlersville. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1912. Medicine. 

Lewis W. Kohn. Scranton, Pa. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1910. Gastro-Intestinal Diseases. 

Clara L. McCord. Baltimore. 

M. D., Maryland Medical College, 1913. Pediatrics. 

Joseph Mickleb. Tampa, Fla. 

M. D., University of Tennessee, 1914. X-Ray Diagnosis. 

E. Franc Morrill. Chicago, 111. 

M. D., Northwestern Woman's Medical College, 1891. Medicine, Pediatrics, 
Gross Anatomy, and Obstetrical Pathology. 

Harry P. Poston. Bonne Terre, Mo. 

M. D., Washington University, 1907. Genito-Urinary Diseases. 

Susan G. Ramsdell. Washington, D. C 

S. B., University of Texas, 1904. Pathology and Physiological Chemistry. 

Tamas Saito. Hongo, Tokyo, Japan. 

M. D., University of Tokyo, 1907. Psychiatry. 

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A.vxA Feancel Schultz (Mrs.) Hamilton. 

Winona College, 1910-13. Art as Applied to Medicine. 

Harold Schwartz. Butte, Mont. 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1911. Genito- Urinary Diseases. 

John F. Shoemaker. St. Louis, Mo. 

M. D., Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Philadelphia, 1893. Medicine. 

Harry G. Steele. Bluefield, W. Va. 

M. D., College of PhyBiciani and Surgeons (Bait.), 1908. Pathology. 

Leslie G. Taylor. Perryville. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1895. Hygiene. 

Madge Thurlow. Baltimore. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1914. Physiology, Histology, and Physiological 
Chemistry. 

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PHYSICIANS ATTENDING SUMMER COURSES, 

1915 



Carl A. Anderson. Eureka, Calif. 

M. D., University of Minnesota, 1905. Full Course. 

Walter H. Baker. South Bend, Ind. 

M. D., Indiana University School of Medicine, 1907. Full Course. 

Gideon Benson. Richland Center, Wis. 

M. D., Rush Medical College, 1904. Full Course. 

Edgar W. Boardman. Parsons, Kans, 

M. D., Hahnemann Medical College (Chicago), 1894. Full Course. 

Charles J. Bresee. Hoopeston, 111. 

M. D., Hahnemann Medical College (Chicago), 1908. Full Course. 

William D. Campbell. Hagerstown. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1906. Full Course. 

Henry R. Carter, Jr. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1908. Full Course, 

John S. Chebrington. Logan, O. 

M. D., State University (Columbus, O.), 1897. Full Course. 

William L. Clapper. St. Louis, Mo. 

M. D., Medical Department, Washington University, 1904. Full Course. 

IIazlett A. Delcheb. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1907. Eye. 



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Sylvester E. Donovan. New Bedford, Mass. 

M. D., New York University, 1894. Full Course. 

James B. Doughebty. New Berlin, O. 

M. D., Ohio Medical University (Columbus), 1903. Full Course. 

Theodore M. DuBose, Jr. Columbia, S. C. 

M. D., Medical College of South Carolina (Charleston), 1910. Pediatrics. 

Douglas F. Duval. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1894. Surgical Course. 

Louis H. Fligman. Helena, Mont. 

M. D., University of Minnesota, 1901. Full Course. 

David Franklin. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1908. Urology. 

E. Roy Gardner. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1895. Metabolism and Circulation. 

John B. Gordon. Shawano, Wis. 

M. D., Rush Medical College, 1903. Full Course. 

Austin M. Grove. York, Pa. 

M. D., Jefferson Medical College, 1902. Nose, Throat and Eye. 

Carl Habich. Indianapolis, Ind. 

M. D., Indiana Medical College, 1909. Full Course. 

Philip F. Herod. Alva, Okla. 

M. D., University Medical College (Kansas City), 1908. Eye, Nose and 
Throat. 

Frederick E. Hesser. Baltimore. 

M. D., Southern Homeopathic College, 1904. Clinical Microscopy. 

Frank N. Hoffmeier. Hagerstown. 

M. D., Hahnemann Medical College (Philadelphia), 1903. X-Ray Diagno- 
sis. 

Benj. A. Hoover. Wrightsville, Pa. 

M. D., Medical and Chirurgical Faculty (Philadelphia), 1901. Neurology. 

Elizabeth Keay. Wheeling, W. Va. 

M. D., Woman's Medical College (Balto.), 1910. Full course. 

Thomas G. Killeen. Scranton, Pa. 

M. D., Medical and Chirurgical (Phila.), 1910. Full Course. 

Frederick W. Lester. Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (N. Y.), 1894. Full Course. 

Vann McKee Long. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

M. D., North Carolina Medical College, 1906. Full Course. 

Annette M. McIntire. Batavia, 111. 

M. D., Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, 1913. Neurology. 



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David H. McKinley. Winchester, Ky. 

M. D., Louisville Medical School, 1908. Full Course. 

Emanuel Manko. Kansas City, Mo. 

M. D., University Medical College (Mo.), 1905. Full Course. 

Hugh M. Milleb. South Bend, Ind. 

M. D., Northwestern University, 1902. Full Course. 

Edwaed W. Misamobe. Cygnet, Ohio. 

M. D., Ohio Medical University, 1906. Full Course. 

Leon A. Peek. West Palm Beach, Fla. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1897. Full Course. 

William H. Pekby. Sterling, 111. 

M. D., Northwestern Medical School, 190S. Full Course. 

Lionel P. Playee. Modesto, Calif. 

M. D., Tulane University, 1914. X-Ray Diagnosis and Cystoscopy. 

Lake Polan. Baltimore. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1904. Eye,, Xose and Throat. 

Chables Rea. York, Pa. 

M. D., Medical and Chirurgical (Phila.), 1894. Metabolism. 

William D. Redus. Port Gibson, Miss. 

M. D., nellevue Medical College, 1S78. Full Course. 

John A. Riebel. Columbus, Ohio. 

M. D., Ohio Medical University, 1901. Full Course. 

Fbank C. Rote. Ellsworth, Pa. 

M. D., University of Pittsburgh, 1909. Full Course. 

James P. H. Ruddy. Scranton, Pa. 

M. D., Denver University, 1907. Full Course. 

Nathan Silvebstein. Scranton, Pa. 

M. D., Jefferson Medical College, 1909. Full Course. 

Henby T. Smith. McGehee, Ark. 

M. D., University of Tennessee (Memphis), 1910. Clinical Microscopy. 

William F. Spaulding. Greeley, Colo. 

M. D., Rush Medical College, 1902. Full Course. 

Chables C. Teeby. South Bend, Ind. 

M. D., Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1889. Full Course. 

Geobge C. Tillman. Jacksonville, Fla. 

M. D., Atlanta Medical College, 1914. Full Course. 

Mabion Tbueheabt. Sterling, Kans. 

M. D., Kansas City Medical School, 1904. Full Course. 

Beyebley Ttjckeb. Colorado Springs, Colo. 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1889. Obstetrics, Pediatrics, and Gyne- 
cology. 



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Charles W. Vates. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

M. D., University of Pittsburgh, 1912. Pediatrics. 

Myeb A. Weinberg. Baltimore. 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1905. Ear, Nose and Throat. 

Gottlieb Werley. El Paso, Texas. 

M. D., George Washington University, 1894. Full Course. 

Arthur J. Wheeler. Washington, D. C. 

M. D., George Washington University, 1908. Eye and Surgery, 

Cecil H. Wilson. Bartow, Fla. 

M. D., Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1913. Obstetrics. 

Peregrine Wroth. Hagerstown. 

M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1906. Rectal Surgery, Gynecology HI 
and IV. 

John H. Young. Rock Springs, Wyo. 

M. D., Ohio Medical University (Columbus), 1900. Gynecology and 
Obstetrics. 

Charles A. Zeigler. Amboy, 111. 

M. D., Chicago College of Physicians and Surgeons, 1908. Full Course. 

Amelia Zimmerman. Baltimore. 

M. D., Southern Homeopathic Medical School, 1895. Pediatrics and 
Metabolism. 

Waltman F. Zinn. Baltimore. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1911. Clinical Micro- 
scojjy. 

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REGISTER OF GRADUATES OF THE 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 



A — List of Doctors of Medicine of the Johns 
Hopkins University 

B — Places of residence of the Medical Graduates 
of the Johns Hopkins University 

C — Publications of the Instructors and Graduates 
of the Medical Department of the Johns 
Hopkins University 



DOCTORS OF MEDICINE OF THE JOHNS 
HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 



When no institution is mentioned, the degree or position refers to the Johns 
Hopkins University or the Johns Hopkins Hospital. *Deceased. R. H. 0.=Resident 
House Officer. 

Students receiving degrees at other times than the Commencement ia June are 
placed in a separate group at the end of each class list. 

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

On May 6th, 1910, the Johns Hopkins Medical School Alumni Association was 
organized for the purpose of preserving and fostering the devotion of the alumni 
to their alma mater. Two successful reunions have been held. It is intended that 
these gatherings be in Baltimore every three years, in connection with the ses- 
sions, in Washington, of the Congress of American Physicians and Surgeons, or 
at such times as the Executive Committee shall designate. The present officers 
are: President, Thomas R. Brown, '97, of Baltimore; Secretary, Walter R. Steiner, 
'98, 4 Trinity St., Hartford, Conn.; Treasurer, J. Albert Chatard, '03, of Baltimore; 
Executive Committee, Charles R. Bardeen, '97, of Madison ; William G. MacCallum, 
'97, of New York ; Henry A. Christian, '00, of Boston ; Rufus I. Cole, '99, of 
New York, and Albion W. Hewlett, '00, of Ann Arbor. 

The name of each Clans Secretary is placed at the foot of his class list. 



1897 

Bardeen, Charles Russell — A. B. Har- 
vard 1892 ; Asst. Assoc, and Assoc. 
Prof, of Anat. 1897-04.— Prof, of Anat. 
and Dean Med. Sch. Univ. of Wise. 
Madison. 

Brown, Thomas Richardson — A. B. 1892; 
R. H. O. 1897-9S; Asst. Phys. and 
Assoc, in Med. 1898-14. — Assoc. Ed. 
Maryland Med. Jour. ; Assoc, in Clin. 
Med. and Phys. in Chg. Gastro-Intest. 
Diseases; Physician, Baltimore. 

•Davis, Walter S.— S. B. Amherst 1893; 
R. H. O. 1897-98. 

Hamburger, Louis Philip — A. B. 1893; 
K. H. O. 1897-98 ; Assoc, and Phys. in 
Chg. Med. Clinic J. H. Disp. 1898-14. 
— Attend. Phys. Union Prot. Infirmary, 
Hosp. for Women of Md., Church 
Home and Infirmary, Children's Con- 
vales. Home ; and Assoc, in Clin. Med. 
and Dispen. Phys. and Physician, Bal- 
timore. 

Hunner, Guy LeRoy — S. B. Wisconsin 
1893; R. H. O., Asst. Res. and Res. 
Gynecol, and Instr. 1897-02. — Assoc. 
in Clin. Gynecol, and Asst. Visit. 
Gynecol. Physician, Baltimore. 

Lyon, Irvingr Phillips— A. B. Yale 1893; 
R. H. O. 1897-98.— Asst. Prof. Clinical 
Med. and Librarian Univ. of Buffalo ; 
Asst. Attend. Phys. Buffalo Gen'l 
Hosp. and Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

MacCallum, William George — A. B. To- 
ronto 1894 ; R. H. O., Res. Bacterio. 
and Asst. Res. Pathol. 1897-00 ; Assoc. 
Prof, of Pathol. 1900-08; Prof. Path. 
Physiol., Lee. in Forensic Med. 1908- 
09 and Res. Path. 1900-09. — Visit. 



Pathol. Presbyterian Hosp. and Prof. 
Pathol. Columbia, N. Y. 

McBryde, Charles Neil — S. B. South 
Carolina 1891 ; M. S. Va. Polytech. 
Inst. 1892 ; Ph. D. George Washing- 
ton 1911. — Senior Bacteriol. Dept. of 
Agriculture, Washington, D. C. 

Mitchell, James Farnandis — A. B. 1891; 
K. H. O., Asst. Res. and Res. Surg, 
and Instr. in Surgery 1897-02. — Surg. 
Providence Hosp. and Surgeon, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Nichols, Joseph Longworth — A. B. Har- 
vard 1893 ; Fellow in Pathol. 1897- 
98; Student, Berlin 1898-99.— Asst. 
in Lab. Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Opie, Eugene Lindsay — A. B. 1893; 
R. H. 0., Fellow, Asst. Instr. and 
Assoc, in Path. 1897-04 ; Mem. Rocke- 
feller Institute for Med. Research, 
N. Y. ; Pathol. Presbyterian Hosp. ; 
Co-editor Jour. Exp. Med. N. Y. 1904- 
10 ; Dean, Washington Univ. Med. 
Sch. 1912-15.— Prof, of Pathol. Wash- 
ington Univ. Med. Sch. St. Louis. 

Packard, Mary Secord — A. B. Vassar 
1892 ; Harvard Summer Sch. 1893 ; 
R. H. O. 1897-98 ; Physician Kingsley 
House (Coll. Settlement), Pittsburgh 
1898-00 ; Pathol. New Eng. Hosp. 
Boston 1902-03. — Centredale, R. I. 

Pancoast, Omar Borton — S. B. Swarth- 
more 1893; R. H. O. 1897-98; Res. 
Surg. Union Prot. Infirmary 1898-00. — 
Dispen. Surg, and Instr. in Clin. 
Surg. ; Surgeon Baltimore. 

Penrose, Clement Andariese — A. B. 1893; 
R. H. O. 1897-98.— Member Visit. 
Staff Church Home and Infirmary, 
and Physician, Baltimore. 

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Strong, Richard Pearson— Ph. B. Yale 
1893, and Sc. D. 1914 ; R. H. O. 
1897-98; Asst. Surg. U. S. Army, in 
charge Army Path. Lab. Manila, 1899- 
01 ; Chief Gov't Biol. Lab'y, U. S. A. 
Phys. in Chief, Philippine Gen'l 
Hosp. and Prof. Tropical Med. The 
Philippine Med. Sch. Manila, 1901- 
13. — Prof. Tropical Med. and Chief 
of Dept. Harvard Med. Sch. Boston. 
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Class Secretary — Louis P. Hamburger, 
1207 Eutaw PI., Baltimore. 



1898 

Baer, William Stevenson — A. B. 1894; 
K. H. O. and Asst. Res. Surg. 1898- 
00 ; Asst. Inst, and Assoc, in Orthoped. 
Surg. 1900-10. — Visit. Orthoped. 
Surg. Cambridge Hosp., Union Prot. 
Infirmary, Church Home, Robt. Gar- 
rett Hosp. for Children and Home for 
Incurables ; Surg, in Chg. Ortho. Disp. 
and Assoc. Prof. Clin. Ortho. Surg. ; 
Member Alumni Council. 

Calvert, William Jephtha— A. B. Ken- 
tucky 1893; 1st Lieut, and Asst. 
Surg. U. S. A. Fort McHenry 1898-02 ; 
Lect. Trop. Diseases, Washington 
Univ. St. Louis 1902-03 ; Prof. Phys. 
Diag. and Clin. Pathol. Univ. of Mis- 
souri 1903-09 ; Baylor Univ. Dallas, 
Texas 1910-11 ; Prof. Prevent. Med. 
Univ. of Mo. Columbia 1911-14. — 
Physician, Dallas, Tex. 

Cassidy, Patrick Joseph — A. B. Yale 
1894; Asst. Res. Phys. Backus Hosp. 
1898-99; Visit. Surg. Harris Mem. 
Hosp. 1899-06. — Visit. Pathol, and 
Surg. Backus Mem. Hosp. ; Councilor 
Conn. State Med. Assn. and Physician, 
Norwich, Conn. 

*Coe, John Williams— Ph. B. Yale 1893; 
Senior Asst. House Staff Presbyterian 
Hosp. N. Y. 1898-1899, and Res. 
Phys. 1899-00. — Asst. Clin. Pathol- 
Cornell Univ. and Physician, N. Y. 
(Died at New York, March 6, 1911.) 

Dawson, Percy Millard — A. B. 1894; 
Fellow, Asst. lnstr. Assoc, and Assoc. 
Prof, of Phys. 1898-09; Spec. Stu- 
dent, Harvard Div. Sch. Cambridge, 
Mass. 1909-10 ; Minister 1st Unitarian 
Church, Ann Arbor, Mich. 1910-12. — 
Asst. Prof, of Physiol. Univ. of Wis. 
Madison. 

Elting, Arthur Wells— A. B. Yale 1894; 
R. H. O. 1898-99; Asst. in Pathol. 
Albany Med. Sch. 1899-00.— Surg. 
Child's Hosp., Albany Hosp., St. 
Peter's Hosp. ; Prof, of Surg. Albany 
Med. Sch. Surgeon, Albany, N. Y. 

Ford, William Webber — A. B. Adelbert 
1893 ; D. P. H. McGill 1900 ; R. H. O. 
1898-99; Fellow, Pathol., McGill 
Univ. 1899-01 ; Fellow, Rockefeller 
Inst, for Med. Research, Inst, for 
Infect Dis, Berlin 1901-02, and J. H. 
U. 1902-03 ; lnstr. and Assoc, in Bac- 



teriol. 1903-06. — Assoc. Prof, of Hyg. 
and Bacterid, and Lect. in Legal 
Medicine. 

Hastings, Thomas Wood— A. B. 1894; 
R H. O. 1898-99; Surg. Hospital 
Ship "Maine" 1899-00. — Prof. Clin. 
Pathol. Cornell Univ. Med. Coll. ; 
Asst. Attend. Phys. Bellevue Hosp. ; 
Physician, N. Y. 

Herrick, Alfred Birch— A. B. Williams 
1894; R. H. O. 1898-99; Res. Phys. 
National Soldiers Home 1899-00 ; Res. 
Surg. Barnes Hosp. Washington, D. C. 
1900-04. — Chief Surg. Clinic, Ancon 
Hosp. C. Z. 

Knox, James Hall Mason, Jr. — A. B. 
Yale 1892, and Ph. D. 1894, A. M. 
Lafayette 1896; R. H. O., Asst and 
lnstr. in Ped. 1898-09. — Asst. Visit. 
Pediatrician, Dispen. Phys. and Assoc, 
in Clin. Ped. ; Phys. in Charge, The 
Thomas Wilson Sanitarium ; Med. 
Direct. Babies Milk Fund Assn. and 
Physician, Baltimore ; Member Alumni 
Council. 

Langfeld, Millard— A. B. 1893. — Prof. 
Clin. Med. Creighton Med. Coll. ; 
Bacteriol. Omaha City B'd Health; 
Phys. St. Joseph's and Contagious 
Hospitals ; Member Omaha Milk Com. ; 
Physician, Omaha, Neb. 

Light, Gertrude Underbill — S. B. Wis- 
consin 1894 ; Phys. Randall's Island 
Hosp. for Children N. Y. 1898-99; 
Dmnstr. Pathol. Wisconsin Coll. of 
P. and S. 1899-00; Clinical Asst. 
Bellevue Hosp. Disp. 1900-02. — Sani- 
tary Inspec. Tenement House Dept. 
New York. 

Madison, James Daniel — S. B. Wisconsin 
1894; R. H. O. 1898-99; Asst. Res. 
Phvs. Danvers Insane Hosp. Mass. 
1899-02. — Visit. Phys. Milwaukee 
Hosp. Johnson Emerg. and County 
Hospitals, Prof. Clin. Med. Marquette 
Univ. Med. Sch. and Physician, Mil- 
waukee. 

Marshall, Harry Taylor — A. B. 1S94: 
R. H. O. 1898-99; Fellow 1899-00; 
Asst. Res. Pathol, and lnstr. in Pedi- 
atrics 1900-06 ; Pathol. Bureau of 
Science, and Prof. Pathol, and Bac- 
teriol. Sec. and Registrar, The Philip- 
Dine Med. Sch. Manila 1906-08. — 
Mbr. Tuber. Comm. ; Prof. Pathol, 
and Pncteriol. Univ. of Va. Char- 
lottesville. 

Perkins, Roger Griswold — A. B. Union 
1893, and Harvard 1894 ; Res. Pathol. 
Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland 1898-01 ; 
Lect. in Bacteriol. West. Reserve Med. 
Sch. Cleveland 1901-04; Asst. and 
Assoc. Prof, of Pathol, and Bacteriol. 
1904-10. — Prof, of Hygiene and Pre- 
ventive Med. ; Chief Lab. Div. Health, 
Dept. Pub. Welfare, Cleveland. 

Porter, Katherine — A. B. Bryn Mawr 
1894 ; House Phys. and Asst. Surg. 
N. Y. Infirmary for Women and Chil- 
dren 1898-04 ; Externe Orange Mem. 
Hosp. Disp. 1900-07. — Phys. Children's 



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Aid and Protective Society of the 
Oranges ; Med. Insp. Orange Public 
Schools, and Physician, Orange, N. J. 

Pratt, Joseph Hersey — Ph. B. Yale 
1894 ; A. M. Harvard 1901 ; Asst. 
Pathol. City Hosp. Boston 1898-00 ; 
Instr. Pathol. Harvard ; Asst. Visit. 
Pathol. City Hosp. and Asst. Pathol. 
Children's Hosp. Boston 1900-02.— 
Instr. in Med. Harvard ; Asst. Visit. 
Phys. Mass. Gen'l Hosp. Boston ; 
Consult. Phys. Brockton Hosp. and 
Rufus S. Frost Hosp. of Chelsea ; Phys. 
Boston ; Member Alumni Council. 

Sands, Georgiana — A. B. Vassar 1893; 
Grad. Student, Barnard 1893-94 ; 
R. H. O. 1898-99— Physician, Port 
Chester, N. Y. 

Schenck, Benjamin Robinson — A. B. Wil- 
liams 1894 ; R. H. O., Asst. Res. and 
Res. Gynecol, and Instr. 1898-03.— 
Assoc. Prof. Gynecol. Detroit Coll. 
Med. and Surg. ; Gynecol. Harper 
Hosp. ; Consult. Obstet. Woman's 
Hosp. and Physician, Detroit. 

Steiner, Walter Ralph— A. B. Yale 1892, 
and A. M. 1895 ; Grad. Student 1892- 
94; R. H. O. 1898-99; Asst. Visit. 
Phys. Hartford Hosp. Conn. 1905-07, 
Pathol, and Bacteriol. 1901-12 ; Sec. 
Conn. State Med. Soc. 1905-12.— Con- 
sult. Pathol, and Bacteriol. and Visit. 
Phys. Hartford Hosp. ; Consult. Phys. 
Middlesex Hosp. and Hartford Or- 
phan Asylum ; Sec'y Cong. Amer. 
Physicians and Surgeons ; Physician, 
Hartford. 

Walker, Emma Elizabeth — A. B. Smith 
1187. — Asst. Surg. Hosp. for Rup- 
tured and Crippled ; Mem. N. Y. Co. 
and State Med. Soc. N. Y. Acad, of 
Med., Woman's Med. Assn., Women's 
Med. Soc. of N. Y. State, Lect. for 
Amer. Soc. Sanitary and Moral Pro- 
phylaxis, and Physician, New York. 

♦Whitridge, Andrew Henderson — S. B. 
Harvard 1894; R. H. O. 1898-99. 
(Died, March 19, 1912.) (22) 



Class Secretary — William W. Ford, 1027 
Cathedral St., Baltimore. 



1899 

Brownell, Edward Erie— Ph. B. Yale 
1895; K. H. O. 1899-00.— 311 Cali- 
fornia St., San Francisco. 

Buckler, Humphrey Warren — A. B. 1895; 
R. H. O. and Asst. in Obstet. 1899- 
06 ; Mem. State Tuberculosis Comm. ; 
Attend. Phys. Md. Hosp. for Con- 
sumptives ; Supt. Dr. H. A. Kelly's 
Private Hosp., and Physician, Balti- 
more. 

Cole, Rufus Ivory — S. B. Michigan 
1896 ; R. H. O., Asst. Res., Res. Phys. 
and Med. Adviser to Med. Students 
1899-07; Asst. Phys.; Assoc, in Med. 
in Chg. Biol. Div. of Med. Clinic 



1907-09.— Med. Director, Rockefeller 
Hospital, N. Y. 

Davis, John Staige— Ph. B. Yale 1895; 
R. H. O. 1899-00; Res. Phys. Union 
Protestant Infirmary 1900-03. — Dispen. 
Surg, and Instr. in Clin. Surg. ; Sur- 
geon, 1200 Cathedral St., Baltimore. 

Emerson, Charles Phillips — A. B. Am- 
herst 1894 ; R. H. O. ; Instr. in Med. 
and Asst. Res. Phys. in Chg. of Clin. 
Lab. 1899-05 ; Res. Phys. ; Med. Ad- 
viser to Students and Assoc, in Med. 
1 905-08 ; Supt. Clifton Spgs. Sani- 
tarium, N. Y. 1908-1911. — Dean and 
Prof, of Med. Indiana Univ. Sch. of 
Med. Indianapolis. 

Epler, Blanch Nettletoa— S. B. Califor- 
nia 1895 ; House Phys. Randall's Is- 
land Hosp. for Children, and Interne 
N. Y. Infirmary for Women and Chil- 
dren 1899-00. — City Bacteriol. and 
Exam, for State Sanatorium for Tu- 
berculosis ; Instr. Anat. and Physical 
Exam. West State Normal, and Phys- 
ician, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Erlanger, Joseph — S. B. California 1895; 
R. H. O. ; Fellow in Pathol. ; Asst. 
Instr. Assoc, and Assoc. Prof, of 
Physiol. 1899-06; Prof, of Physiol. 
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 1906-10. 
— Prof, of Physiology, Washington 
Univ. St. Louis. 

Evans, Philip Saffery, Jr. — A. B. Yale 
1895; Intercollegiate Sec. Y. M. C. 
A. Bait. 1899-00 ; Clin. Asst. in Surg. 
1900-01 ; Med. Missionary, Yang Chow, 
China, 1901-11.— Prof. Pathol. Med. 
Dept. Univ. Nanking, Nanking, China. 

Follis, Richard Holden— Ph. B. Yale 
1895; Extenie; Asst. Res. Surg., Res. 
Surg, and Inst, in Surg. 1899-05. — 
Dispen. Surg., Assoc, in Clin. Surg, 
and Asst. Visit. Surg. ; Surgeon, Bal- 
timore. 

Fulton, Frank Taylor— S. B. Knox 1894; 
A. B. 1895; Pathol. Interne, City 
Hosp. Boston 1899-00 ; Pathol, and 
Director Pathol. Lab. R. I. Hosp. 
1900-09. — Visit. Phys. R. I. Hosp. ; 
Consult, to Pawtucket Mem. Hosp., 
Prov. City Hasp, and Woonsocket 
Hosp. and Physician, Providence. 

♦Gallagher, James Daton — A. B. 1895: 
Phys. Private Wards, Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1899-00. 

Harris, Henry— A. B. Stanford 1895; 
R. H. O. 1899-00. — Instr. Princ. and 
Prac. of Med. and Visit. Phys. Hebrew 
Orphan Asylum, Cal., Women's Hosp. 
and Mt. Zion Hosp. and Physician, 
San Francisco. 

Hoye, Henry Joseph — A. B. Brown 
1895 ; Surg. Interne, and House Surg. 
City Hosp. Boston 1899-01. — Asst. 
Visit. Surg. R. I. Hosp. ; Physician, 
Providence. 

Ladd, Louis Williams— A. B. Yale 1S95; 
Acting Asst. Res. Phys. 1899-00; 
Res. Phys. Lakeside Hosp. 1900-01.— 



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Lect. Clin. Micro. Western Reserve 
Univ. ; Clin. Microscopist, Lakeside 
Hosp. Cleveland. 
*Little, Charles Sumner — A. B. Wabash 

1894, and A. M. 1903 ; Assoc, in 
Pathol. Central Coll. of P. and S. 
Indianapolis 1903-05 ; Lect. Pathol., 
Clin. Med. Purdue Univ. ; Pathol. City 
Hosp. and Phys. to Day Nursery In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 1905-07. (Died, De- 
cember 13, 1913.) 

Luetscher, John Arthur — S. B. Wisconsin 
1895 ; R. H. O. 1899-00 ; House 
Phys. City Hosp. (South Dept.) Bos- 
ton 1900-01 ; Asst. and Instr. in Med. 
1905-13.— Assoc, in Clin. Med. and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Lupton, Frank Allemong — S. B. Alabama 
Polytech. 1891, and M. S. 1892 ; 
Grad. Student 1893-94. — Member Com. 
of Health Jefferson Co. ; Prof, of 
Obstet. Birmingham Med. Coll. and 
Obstet. Hillman Hosp. Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Lynch, Frank Worthingrton — A. B. Adel- 
bert 1895; Asst. Res. and Res. Ob- 
stet. ; Chief of Obstet. Clinic and 
Assoc, in Obstet. 1899-03. — Asst. Prof, 
of Obstet. and Gynecol. Rush Med. 
Coll. ; Attend. Obstet. and Gynecol. 
Presbyterian and St. Joseph's Hosps. 
1906-15 ; Ex-Pres. Chicago Gyne. Soc. 
Chicago ; 1st Lt. U. S. Med. Res. Corps ; 
Prof. Obstet. and Gynecol. U. of Calif, 
and Director Woman's Clinic, ibid. 
San Francisco. 

Mag-ee, Chester Lea — A. B. Stanford 

1895, and A. M. 1896 ; Asst. Res. 
Phys. City Detention Hosp. Bait. 1899- 
00 ; Instr. San Diego Training Sch. 
for Nurses 1900-02; Asst. Surg. Santa 
Fe R. R. 1903-12 ; Assoc, in Physiol. 
Coll. P. and S. 1907-08.— Physician, 
Los Angeles. 

Moore, Huerh Miller — B. Sc. and M. Sc. 
Miami 1895. — Physician, 103 Walnut 
St., Oxford, O. 

♦Ottley, Charles Williams — A. B. Prince- 
ton 1893, and A. M. 1903 ; Traveling 
Secy. Student Volunteer Movement for 
Foreign Missions, N. Y. 1899-00 ; 
House Phvs. Blackwell's Island, Dept. 
of Charities, N. Y. 1900-01 ; Prof. 
Biology, and College Phys. Robert 
Coll. Constantinople 1901-04; Phys. 
and Surg. Anatolia Coll. Hosp. Mar- 
sovan, Turkey 1904-05 ; Student, Vi- 
enna and Berlin 1905-06. 

Owsley, Paul Octavi'is — Ph. B. Yale 
1895 ; Asst. Res. Surg. St. Joseph's 
Hosp. Bait. 1899-01. — Instr. Clin. 
Gynecol. N. W. Med. Sch. ; Attend. 
Surg. Cook Co. Hosp. and Physician, 
Evanston, III. 

Pleasants. Jacob Hall— A. B. 1895; R. 
H. O. 1899-00; Asst. in Med. 1901- 
06. — Prest. Dept. Charities and Cor- 
rections : Dispen. Phys. and Instr. in 
Clin. Med. ; Physician, Baltimore ; 
Member Alumni Council. 



Rosenheim, Sylvan — A. B. 1895; Asst. 
and Clin. Asst. in Laryng. 1903-07. — 
Laryngol. Hebrew, Eudowood and 
Jewish Hosp. for Consumptives ; Aural 
Surg. Bait. Eye, Ear and Throat 
Charity Hosp. ; Physician, Baltimore. 

Sampson, John Albertson — A. B. Wil- 
liams 1895; R. H. O. 1899-00; Asst. 
Res. and Res. Gynecol, and Asst. in 
Gynecol. 1900-04. — Gynecol. Albany 
Hosp. and So. End Disp. and Prof. 
Gynecol. Albany Med. Sch. and Phy- 
sician, Albany, N. Y. 

Steensland, Halbert Severin — S. B. Wis- 
consin 1895 ; Pathol. House Officer 
City Hosp. Boston 1899-00 ; Lect. 
Pathol, and Bact. and Director Pathol. 
Lab. Svracuse Univ. and Assoc. Prof, 
and Director 1900-08 ; Prof. Pathol, 
and Bact. and Director Pathol. Lab. 
1908-12. — Prof. Pathol, and Dir. 
Pathol. Laby. Syracuse Univ. Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Stone, William Ridgrely — A. B. Prince- 
ton 1895 ; Interne Blackwell's Island, 
Dept. of Charities, N. Y. City 1899-00. 
— Asst. Visit. Obstet. Maternity Hosp. 
Blackwell's Island, and Physician, 
New York. 

Strobel, Edgrar Randolph — A. B. 1895; 
Externe 1899-00; Assoc. Prof. Der- 
matol. Univ. of Md. ; Instr. and Dis- 
pen. Dermatol. ; Physician, Baltimore. 

Verhoeff, Frederick Herman — Ph. B. 
Yale 1895; A. M. Harvard 1902; Ex- 
terne; Asst. Surg. Bait. Eye, Ear and 
Throat Chanty Hosp. 1899-00 ; Asst- 
in Pathol. Harvard Med. Sch. 1900-02 ; 
Asst. Ophthal. Surg. Carney Hosp. 
1902-06. — Pathol, and Ophthal. Surg. 
Mass. Charitable Eye and Ear In- 
firmary ; Instr. Ophthal. Pathol. Har- 
vard, and Physician, Boston. 

Williams, William Whitridare — A. B. 
1895 ; Res. Phys. St. Joseph's Hosp. 
Bait. 1899-00 ; Asst. Univ. of Prasrue 
1900-01; Asst. Pathol. Harvard 1901- 
03; Grad. Asst. O. P. D. Mass. Gen'l 
Hosp. 1903-05 ; Asst. in Pharmacol. 
West. Reserve Univ. Cleveland 1905-08 ; 
Director Webb Tuberculosis Research 
Lab. Colorado Springs 1908-11 ; Con- 
sult. Cragmor Sanitorium, Colorado 
Springs 1908-14. — Visit. Phvs. City 
and Co. Hosp. ; Pathol. Children's 
Hosp. ; Con. Bact. Nat'l Jewish Hosp. 
for Consumptives ; Chrmn. Advis. 
Comm. Dept. Health and Physician, 
Denver, Colo. 

Wyckoff, Sarah Delia— S. B. Wellesley 
1894; R. H. O. 1899-00.— Attend. 
Phys. State Disp. for Tuberculosis ; 
Lect. Domestic Science and Hygiene, 
High School ; Med. Exam. Wyoming 
Seminary, and Physician, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 

Yates, John Lawrence — Ph. B. Yale 
1894; S. B. Wisconsin 1895; R. H. 
O., Asst. Res. Surg, and Asst. in 
Pathol. 1899-02 ; Asst. Dmnstr. Pathol. 



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Univ. of Pa. 1902-03 ; Pathol, and 
Chief Surg. Asst. Augustana Hosp. 
Chicago 1904-06. — Surgeon, 141 Wis- 
consin St., Milwaukee. 
Davis, Frank Curtiss — A. B. Amherst 
1895.— Physician, 236 McKnight Bldg. 
Minneapolis, Minn. {Degree granted 
December 4, 1899.) (33) 



Class Secretary — H. Warren Buckler, 806 
Cathedral St, Baltimore, Md. 

1900 

Akerman, Joseph — A. B. Georgia 1894, 
and Grad. Student 1895-96 ; Res. 
Phys. and Surg. Presbyterian Hosp. 
Phila. 1900-02 ; Supt. Walker Mem. 
Hosp. Wilmington, N. C. 1902-06.— 
Surg. 309 Murchison Bldg. Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 

Allen, Herbert Williams— S. B. Califor- 
nia 1896 ; R. H. O. 1900-01 ; Res. 
Phys. Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland 1901- 
02— Asst. Prof. Clin. Med. Dept. 
Univ. of Calif, and Physician, San 
Francisco. 

Austin, Mabel Fletcher — (Mrs. E. E. 
Southard), S. B. Minnesota 1893 ; 
Pathol, and Interne, City and County 
Hosp. St. Paul 1900-02 ; Pathol. New 
England Hosp. Boston 1903-06 ; As- 
soc. Prof. Hygiene, and Med. Director 
Wellesley Coll. 1906-08. — Cambridge, 



Beale, Alma Emerson — A. B. Wellesley 
1891; Marine Biological Lab. 1893; 
Externe 1900-01 ; Res. Phys. Evening 
Disp. for Working Women and Girls, 
Bait. 1900-01 ; Interne N. Y. In- 
firmary for Women and Children 1901- 
02 ; Health Officer and Phys. Schagh- 
ticoke, N. Y. 1902-12 ; Phys. Henry 
Watson Children's Aid Soc. Baltimore 
1912-13. — Physician, Schaghticoke, 
N. Y. 

•Bettmann, Milton — A. B. Harvard 
1897; R. H. O. 1900-01; Student, 
Univ. of Berlin 1901-02. 

•Briggs, Evelyn — A. B. Stanford 1896. 

Brown, Lawrason — A. B. 1895; Res. 
Phys. Adirondacks Cottage Sanitarium 
1900-02; Attend. Phys. 1912. — Visit. 
Phys. Recep'n Hosp. and Physician, 
Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Brulle, Herman — A. B. and S. B. Hamn- 
ton-Sidney 1895 ; Grad. Student 1895- 
96; Externe 1900-01.— Med. Agt. City 
Charities, and Physician, Baltimore. 

Burnam, Cur+is Field — A. B. Central 
Univ. Ky. 1895; Grad. Student 1895- 
96 ; R. H. O., Asst. Res. and Res. 
Gynecol. 1900-04 ; Assoc, in Gynecol. 
1904-14 ; Surg, in Chief, Cambridge 
Hosp. and Physician, Baltimore. 

Chittenden, Arthur Smith — A. B. Yale 
1896, and A. M. 1899; F. A, C. S. 
House Surg. N. Y. Hosp. 1900-02. — 
Asst in Pathol. Columbia 1903-04 ; 



Visit Pathol. Lincoln Hosp. 1904-05. 
— Surg. Binghamton State Hosp. and 
Surgeon, Binghamton, N. Y. 

Christian, Henry Asbury — A. B. and 
A. M. Randolph-Macon 1895, and 
Grad. Student 1895-96 ; A. M. Har- 
vard 1903 ; Asst. Pathol. City Hosp. 
Boston 1900-02 ; Instr. Pathol. Har- 
vard ; Asst. Visit. Pathol. City Hosp. 
and Children's Hosp. Boston 1902-05; 
Asst Visit. Phys. L. I. Hosp. 1905 ; 
Phys. in Chief Carney Hosp. Boston 
1907-12 ; Dean Faculty of Med. Med. 
Sch. Harvard 1908-12. — Hersey Prof. 
Theory and Practice of Physic Har- 
vard ; Phys. in Chief Peter Bent Brig- 
ham Hosp. and Physician, Boston. 

Dancy, William Remshart — S. B. Georgia 
1896; House Phys. (1900-01) and 
Surg. Seney M. E. Hosp. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 1901-02 ; Grad. Student Univer- 
sities Berlin and Vienna 1902-03 ; Res. 
Supt. Savannah Hosp. 1903-04. — Instr. 
Savannah Hosp. Tr. Sch. for Nurses 
and Telfair Hosp. Tr. Sch. ; Member 
Attend. Staff, Savannah Hosp. ; Mem- 
ber Board Sanitary Commissioners, 
and Physician, Savannah, Ga. 

Eggers, Augustus Hartje — Ph. B. Yale 
1896. — Physician, 5815 Rural St., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Evans, Henry Courtney — A. B. Adelbert 
1896 ; Interne Western Penna. Hosp. 
Pittsburgh 1901-02.— Physician, 1822 
Wilson Ave., Youngstown, O. 

Fairbank, Rose — (Mrs. Rose Falrbank 
Beals), A. B. Smith 1895; Asst Res. 
Phys. Hosp. Union Missionary So- 
ciety, Jhansi, India 1901-05.— Phy- 
sician, Amer. Morathi Mission Hosp. 
Wai, India. 

Farrar, Clarence B. — A. B. Harvard 
1896; Grad. Student Heidelberg 1902- 
04 ; Research Asst. Carnegie Inst, of 
Wash. 1904-06 ; Instr. in Psychiatry 
1906-08 ; Asst. Phys. and Director 
Laboratory Sheppard and Pratt Hosp. 
Towson ; Visit. Phys. City Detention 
Hosp. Bayview ; Asst. Neurol, and As- 
soc, in Phychiatry, 1908-13. — Asst. 
Phys. State Hosp. Trenton, N. J. 

Fisher, Arthur Lawrence — S. B. Califor- 
nia 1896; R. H. O. 1900-01; Fellow 
Rockefeller Inst, for Med. Research 
1901-02 ; Asst. Visit. Surg. Mt Zion 
Hosp. 1902-08 ; Asst. in Surg. Cooper 
Med. Sch. 1907-12. — Asst Orthoped. 
Surg. Med. Dept. Stanford, and Phy- 
sician, San Francisco. 

Fisher, William Alexander, Jr. — A. B. 
Princeton 1896 ; R. H. O. 1900-01 ; 
Res. Phys. Union Protestant Infirm- 
ary Bait 1901-02.— Visit Surg. U. 
P. I., Church Home and Infirmary, 
Hosp. for Women of Md. and Chil- 
dren's Hosp. ; Instr. in Clin. Surg.. 
Dispen. Surg, and Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Fletcher, Howard — A. B. Randolph -Ma- 
con 1895, and Grad. Student 1895-96. 
— Physician, Fairfax, Va. 



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Flint, Joseph Marshall — S. B. Chicago 
1895; A. M. Princeton 1900, and 
Yale 1907 ; Assoc. Univ. of Chicago 
1900-01; Prof. Anat. Univ. of Cali- 
fornia 1901-07. — Prof. Surg. Yale 
Univ. New Haven, Conn. 

Healy, William Patrick— Ph. B. Yale 
1896 ; Interne N. Y. City Hosp. 1900- 
02 ; Gynecol. Interne Roosevelt Hosp. 
>J. Y. 1902-03 ; Asst. Gynecol. Vander- 
bilt Clinic and Clin. Instr. Gynecol. 
Coll. P. and S. (N. Y.) 1903-08.— 
Asst. Surg. J. Hood Wright Hosp. 
1908-12 ; Jr. Gynecol. Roosevelt Hosp. ; 
Attend Gynecol. Misericordia Hosp. ; 
Attend. Surg. Fordham Hosp. ; Dean 
and Prof. Gynecol. Fordham Univ. 
Sch. of Med. N. Y. 

'Hendrickson, William Faithful — A. B. 
1896 ; Asst. Dmnstr. Pathol. Univ. of 
Pennsylvania 1900-02. 

Hewlett, Alhion Walter— S. B. Cali- 
fornia 1895 ; House Phys. N. Y. Hosp. 
1900-02 ; Asst. Prof. Princ. and Pract. 
of Med. Cooper Med. Coll. San Fran- 
cisco 1906-08. — Prof. Int. Med. and 
Director of Clin. Lab. Univ. of Mich. 
Ann Arbor. 

Kellogg:, William Crissey— A. B. Yale 
1896 ; Res. Phys. Soldiers' Home, 
Washington 1900-01. — Clin. Prof. Eye, 
Ear, Nose and Throat, Univ. of Geor- 
gia ; and Physician, Augusta, Ga. 

Kyes, Preston — A. B. Bowdoin 1896, 
and A. M. 1900.— Asst. Prof. Pre- 
ventive Med. Univ. of Chicago. 

*Lebus, Leona— S. B. Wellesley 1889.— 
Los Angeles, Cal. (Died, November 
20, 1908.) 

Lewis, Warren Harmon — S. B. Michi- 
gan 1894, and Asst. 1894-96; Asst. 
Instr. Assoc and Assoc. Prof, of Anat. 
1900-13. — Prof, of Physiological Anat- 
omy. 

Little, Harry Wilson — S. B. Wabash 
1896, A. M. 1905 ; House Phys. Ma- 
ternity, City and Epileptic Hosps. 
Blackwell's Island, N. Y. 1901-03.— 
Prest. S. W. Little Coal Co. Evans- 
ville, Ind. 

Lowell, Ellen Louise — (Mrs. A. D. Ste- 
vens), A. B. Stanford 1896; Res. 
Phvs. N. Y. Inflrmarv for Women and 
Children 1900-02 ; Asst. Gen'l Med. 
Clinic, Presbyterian Hosp. Disp. 1902- 
03 ; Asst. Babies' Hosp. Disp. Chief 
of Children's Clinic, Harlem Hosp. 
Out-Patient Dept. N. Y. 1903-04.— 
Physician, 2050 Hill St., Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 

*MacCallum, John Bruce — A. B. Toronto 
.1896 ; Asst. in Anatomy 1900-02 ; 
Asst. Prof. Physiology, Univ. of Cali- 
fornia 1902-06. 

Marvell, Mary Wilbur— S. B. Wellesley 
1894; Interne New England Hosp. 
Roxbury 1900-01.— Physician, Fall 
River, Mass. 

Meltzer, Clara— (Mrs. John Auer), A. B. 



Barnard 1896 ; Grad. Student 1900- 
01 ; Research Scholar, Rockefeller Inst, 
for Med. Research ; Ophthalmologist, 
Harlem Hosp. Disp. 1901-03 ; Clin. 
Asst. and Asst. Surg. N. Y. Eye and 
Ear Infirmary 1901-11 ; Ophthalmolo- 
gist, N. Y. Infirmary for Women and 
Children 1908-13. — 274 State St., 
Flushing, L. I. 

Mosher, Clelia Duel — A. B. Stanford 
1893 and A. M. 1894; Asst. and 
Instr. Hygiene, Stanford Univ. 1893- 
96; Gynecol. Asst. Dr. Kelly's Sani- 
tarium, Bait, and Externe 1900-01 ; 
Spec. Asst. Palo Alto Board of Health 
for Study of Typhoid fever epidemic 
of April, 1903. — Asst. Prof. Hygiene 
and Med. Adviser to Women, Stan- 
ford Univ. and Physician, Palo Alto, 
California. 

Myrick, Hannah Glidden — A. B. Smith 
1896 ; Interne New England Hosp. 
Roxbury 1900-01. — Asst. Res. Phys. 
N. E. Hosp. for Women and Children, 
and Physician, Boston. 

♦Oliver, Edward Spiller — A. B. 1895. 

Rand, Richard Foster— Ph. B. Yale 1895, 
and Grad. Student 1895-96 ; R. H. O. 
1900-01; Res. Surg. Parker Hosp. 
Univ. of Missouri, Columbia 1901-02. 
— Asst. Surg'l and Gynecol. Clinie3, 
Yale Univ. Asst. Obstet. New Haven 
Hosp. and Physician, New Haven, 
Conn. 

Reed, Dorothy M. — (Mrs. Charles E. Men- 
denhall). B. L. Smith 1895; Grad. 
Student Mass. Inst, of Tech. 1895-96; 
R. H. O. and Fellow in Pathol. 1900- 
02 ; Res. Phys. Babies' Hosp. N. Y. 
1902-06. — Madison, Wis. 

Rusk, Glanville Yeisley— A. B. 1896; 
R. H. O. 1900-01 ; Asst. Physician, 
Sheppard and Pratt Hosp. Asst. in 
Psychiatry and Clinical Asst. in Neu- 
rol. 1902-03 ; Path. Institute, Ward's 
Island, N. Y. 1903-10.— Assoc. Prof. 
Pathol. Univ. of Calif. Berkeley. 

Sabin, Florence Rena— S. B. Smith 1893. 
Sc. D. 1910, and Asst. in Zoology 
1895-96 ; R. H. O. 1900-01 ; Holder 
Women's Fellowship in Anatomy 1901- 
02 ; Asst. Instr. and Assoc, in Anat- 
omy 1902-05. — Co-Editor, Anatomical 
Record and Assoc. Prof, of Anatomy. 

Sowers, William Francis Mattingly — A. 
B. Princeton 1896; R. H. O. Asst- 
Res. Res. Surgeon ; Asst. and Instr. 
1900-07. — Assoc, in Surg. George 
Washington Univ. Surgeon, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Stone, Ellen Appleton — A. B. Radellffe 
1S95; A. M. Brown 1896; Interne 
Hosp. for Women and Children, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 1901-02 ; Res. Phys. Chil- 
dren's Hosp. Buffalo, N. Y. 1902-03; 
Phys. Med. O. P. D. for Children, 
R. I. Hosp. 1906-12. — Supt, Child 
Hygiene, Health Dept. and Physician, 
Providence. 



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Warren, Mortimer— A. B. Bowdoin 189G; 
Exteme City Hosp. Boston 1900-01. — 
Director, Pathol. Lab. Roosevelt Hosp. 
and Physician, New York. 

Woolley, Paul Gerhardt— S. B. Chicago 
1S96; R. H. 0. 1900-01; Fellow in 
Pathol. McGill Univ. Montreal 1901- 
02 ; Pathol. Biol. Lab. and Director, 
Gov't Serum Lab. U. S. A. Manila, 
1902-06 ; Chief, Siamese Gov't Serum 
Lab. Phrapatoom, Siam, 1906-07 ; 
Chief Inspr. Health and Med. Adviser, 
Dept. Interior, Bangkok, 1907-08 ; 
Assoc. Prof. Pathol. Anat. Univ. of 
Nebraska, Omaha, 1908-09 ; Dean, 
Faculty of Med. Univ. of Cincinnati, 
1910-13. — Director Laboratories, Cin- 
cinnati Hosp. and Mary M. Emery 
Prof. Pathol. Univ. of Cincinnati, O. 
(43) 

Class Secretary — Warren H. Lewis, 1931 
E. 31st St., Baltimore, Md. 



1901 

•Atherton, Alexander Montague — A. B. 
Wesleyan (Conn.) 1897 ; Res. Phys. 
Charity Hosp. Blackwell's Island, N. 
Y. 1901-02. *Aug. 28, 1903. 

Baetjer, Frederick Henry — A. B. 1897; 
R. H. O. 1901-02.— Assoc, in Actin- 
ography and Roentgenol, and Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

Baldwin, William Dwight — A. B. Yale 
1897; Clinical Asst. in Med. 1901-02; 
House Phvs. St. Luke's Hosp. N. Y. 
1903-04.— Haiku, Maui, T. H. 

Berry, John Mc Williams — S. B. Cornell 
1897; R. H. O. 1901-02.— Orthoped. 
Surg, and Roentgenologist, Albany 
Hosp. Clin. Prof. Ortho. and Radiology, 
Albany Med. Coll. and Physician, Al- 
bany, N. Y. 

Blakeslee, Walter Herbert — A. B. Am- 
herst 1897, and A. M. 1903; Dr. P. 
H. Penna. 1913 ; Asst. Res. Phys. N. 
Y. Lying-in Hosp. (6 months) ; Asst. 
Med. Exam. Penna. K. R. Relief 
Dept. Philadelphia, 1902-08 ; Res. 
Episcopal Hosp. Philadelphia, 1908- 
09. — Med. Inspector, Dept. Labor and 
Indust. State of Penna. and Physician, 
3328 N. 17th St., Philadelphia. 

Bloombergh, Horace Deschamps — A. B. 
Lafayette 1897 ; First Lieut. Med. 
Corps, U. S. A. 1901-06 ; Capt. and 
Major, Med. Corps, U. S. A. 1907-11. 
— Member U. S. Army Board for Study 
of Trop. Diseases, Manila, P. I. 

Boggs, Thomas Richmond — S. B. Univ. 
of Georgia 1896, and Grad. Student 
1896-97 ; R. H. O. and Acting Asst. 
Res. Phys. 1901-03 ; Asst. in Med. and 
Asst. Res. Phys. in charge Med. Bact. 
Lab. Asst. Res. Phys. in charge Clin. 
Laby. 1904-08 ; Assoc, in Medicine, 
Res. Phys. and Med. Adviser to Stu- 
dents 1908-11. — Assoc. Prof. Clin. 
Med. Asst. Visit. Phys. and Phys. in 
Chief, City Hosp. Bayview. 



Bosley, John Robert — A. B. Western Md. 

1896, and A. M. 1901 ; Grad. Student 
1896-97.— Capt. Med. Corps, U. S. A. 
Fort Hamilton, N. Y. 

Bunting, Charles Henry — S. B. Wiscon- 
sin 1896, and Fellow 1896-97; R. H. 
O. 1901-02 ; Asst. Dmnstr. Pathol. 
Univ. of Pa. 1902-03 ; Instr. in Pathol. 
1903-04 ; Pathol. Bayview Hosp. Asst. 
Res. Pathol, and Assoc, in Pathol. 
1904-06 ; Prof. Pathol, and Pathol. 
Univ. Hosp. Univ. of Va. Charlottes- 
ville, 1906-08. — Prof. Pathol. Univ. 
Wisconsin, Madison. 

Butler, Joel Ives— Ph. D. Yale 1897; 
Act. R. H. O. 1901-02 ; Externe Surg. 
Pathol, and Asst. in Anat. 1902-03 ; 
Clin. Asst. G.-U. Surg. 1903-04 ; House 
Surg. Mass. Gen'l Hosp. Boston, 1904- 
05 ; Instr. in Surg. Yale Med. Sch. 
Asst. Surg. New Haven Hosp. 1905- 
11. — Attend. Surg, and Manager, 
Kodgers Hosp. Tucson, Ariz. 

Carey, Harry Wardell— A. B. Yale 1897; 

Asst. Pathol. Bender Hygienic Lab. 
Albany, 1901-03 ; Instr. Physiol. 
Chem. 1908, and Physical Diag. Al- 
bany Med. School, 1909-11 ; Phys. in 
chg. Lake View San. 1910-1913.— 
Director, Cluett Pathol. Lab. Assoc. 
in Med. Samaritan Hosp. Instr. Med. 
Albany Med. Sch. and City Bacteriolo- 
gist, Troy, N. Y. 

Chace, Eleanor Sarah — (Mrs. Edward 
Herbert), S. B. Wellesley 1894, In- 
terne Worcester Memorial Hosp. 1902. 
— Physician, 140 Purchase St., Fall 
River, Mass. 

Comer, Robert Thornton — A. B. Alabama 
1896; Grad. Student 1896-97. — Phy- 
sician, First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Connor, Guy Leartus — A. B. Williams 
1897. — Neurol. Children's Free Hosp. 
and Neurol. Detroit, Mich. 

Connor, Ray — A. B. Williams 1897; 
House Surg. Manhattan Eye and Ear 
Hosp. N. Y. 1902-03.— Ophthalmol, 
and Otol. Children's Free Hosp. Assoc. 
Clin. Prof. Ophthalmol, and Otology, 
Detroit Coll. of Med. and Physician, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Drake, George Silas, Jr. — A. B. Yale 

1897, Res. Phys. Union Protestant In- 
firmary, Bait. 1902-05 ; Assoc. Surg. 
St. Louis Free Skin and Cancer Hosp. 
1905-09. — Surg, in chief, Social Serv- 
ice Hosp. and Surgeon, St. Louis. 

Dutcher, Adelaide — S. B. Wisconsin 
1897 ; Asst. Obstet. Hosp. for Women 
and Children, and Physician, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Fowler, Harry Atwood — S. B. Minnesota 
1895 ; R. H. O. and Clin. Asst. Genito- 
urinary Diseases 1901-03. — Assoc. Skin 
and Venereal Diseases, Eastern Disp. 
and Casualty Hosp. Prof. G.-U. Dis- 
eases, Howard Univ. Physician, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



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Gay, Frederick Parker— A. B. Harvard 
1897 ; Fellow, Rockefeller Inst, for 
Med. Research ; Asst. Dmnstr. of 
Pathol. Univ. of Penna. 1901-03 ; Stu- 
dent, Institute Pasteur, Brussels, 1903- 
06 ; Bacteriol. Danvers Insane Hosp. 
1906-07 ; Asst. and Instr. in Pathol. 
Harvard Med. School 1907-10. — Prof, 
of Pathol. Univ. of California, Berke- 
ley. 

Graham, Neil Duncan— A. B. 1897; As- 
soc. Prof. Hygiene and Prevent. Med. 
Howard Univ. and Physician, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Hall, Gardner Wells — A. B. Harvard 
1898 ; Clinical Asst. in Medicine, 
1901-02.— Physician, 475 Beacon St., 
Boston. 

Hamman, Louis Virgil — A. B. Rock Hill 
1896; Grad. Student 1896-97; House 
Phys. New York Hosp. 1902-03; At- 
tend. Phys. Md. Hosp. for Consump- 
tives ; Phys. in chg. Phipps Disp. 
1905-15. — Assoc. Prof, ofl Clin. Med. 
and Physician, Bait. 

Hastreiter, Rolland Frederick — S. B. 
Wisconsin 1897 ; R. H. O. and Clini- 
cal Asst. in Obstet. 1901-02 ; Asst. in 
Anat. Wis. Coll. of P. and S. 1903- 
04. — Physician, 606 Auditorium Bldg., 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Hathaway, Joseph Henry — A. B. Iowa 
Coll. 1894, and Harvard 1896, and 
A. M. 1897 ; K. H. O. 1901-02 ; Res. 
Phys. The Glen Springs, Watkins, N. 
Y. 1902-03 ; Res. Pathol. Boston Free 
Hosp. for Women 1903-04 ; Instr. in 
Anat. Cornell 1905-09 ; Med. Exam. 
Cornell Univ. Gym. Ithaca. 1906-09; 
Prof. Anat. Univ. Louisville, 1909- 
13. — Prof. Anat. Histol. and Embryol. 
and Secy. Detroit Coll. Med. and 
Surg. Detroit. 

Hitzrot, James Morley — A. B. Princeton 
1897; R. H. O. 1902; House Surg. 
New York Hosp. 1902-03.— Asst. Prof. 
Clin. Surg. Cornell Univ. Assoc. At- 
tend. Surg. N. Y. and Hudson St. 
Hospitals ; and Physician, New York. 

Holden, Gerry Rounds — A. B. Yale 1897; 
House Surg. Roosevelt Hosp. N. Y. 
1902-03 ; Res. Gynecolol. and Instr. in 
Gynecol. 1903-05. — Gynecol. St. Luke's 
Hosp. for Insane at Chattahoochee, 
and Physician, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Hume, Edward Hicks— A. B. Yale 1897; 
John W. Garrett Internat. Fellow in 
Pathol, and Bacteriol. Univ. Coll. 
Liverpool 1901-02 ; Third Asst. Surg, 
and Clinical Asst. in Med. 1902-03, 
Act. Asst. Surg. U. S. Public Health 
and Marine Hosp. Service, and Re- 
search Worker, Government Labora- 
tory, Parel, Bombay, India, 1903-05. — 
Physician in chief, Hosp. of Yale Coll. 
Changsha Hunan Prov. ChiRa. 

Johnston, William Bernard — A. B. Har- 
vard 1897 ; Asst. Res. Pathol. 1901-02. 

Kaufman, Harry M.— A. B. 1897; Res. 
Phys. Jewish Hosp. Philadelphia, 



1901-02. — Consult. Phys. German Or- 
phan Asylum ; Attend. Physician, Rup- 
pert Home ; Consult. Phys. Central 
Disp. and Emergency Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, Washington, D. C. 

Lamson, Theodore — Ph. B. Yale 1897; 
Asst. Res. Phy. Barnes Hosp. Wash- 
ington, 1901-02. — Capt. Med. Corps. 
U. S. Army, Ft. Flagler, Washington. 

Lewis, Dwig-ht Milton — A. B. Yale 1897; 
Med. House Officer, City Hosp. Boston, 
1901-03.— Clin. Instr. Med. Yale, Med. 
Sch. Pathol, and Asst. Visit. Phys. 
Hosp. of St. Raphael ; Bacteriol. 
Board of Health, and Physician, New 
Haven, Conn. 

Long-cope, Warfield Theobald — A. B. 
1897 ; Res. Pathol. Penn. Hosp. Phila- 
delphia, 1901-03 ; Director, Ayer Clini- 
cal Lab. Penna. Hosp. 1904-10 ; Asst. 
Prof- Applied Med. Univ. of Penna. 
Philadelphia, 1909-11 ; Assoc. Prof. 
Med. Columbia Univ. and Assoc. At- 
tend. Phys. Presbyterian Hosp. N. Y. 
1911-14.— Bard Prof. Med. Columbia, 
and Director, Med. Services, Presby- 
terian Hosp. N. Y. 

Maddren, William Harvey — S. B. Brook- 
lyn Polytech. Inst. 1896; Grad. Stu- 
dent 1896-97.— Visit. Surg. L. I. State 
Harbor Hospitals, and Asst. Visit. 
Surg. King's Co. and Bradford St. 
Hosp. and Physician, Brooklyn. 

Moore, Elizabeth Sutton — (Mrs. G. L. 
McKinney), S. B. Wilson Coll. Pa. 
1895; Grad. Student, Cornell 1896- 
97 ; Interne, New England Hosp. Bos- 
ton, 1901-02 ; Pathol. Passavant Hosp. 
1903-08. — Physician, Panama Canal 
Zone. 

Parker, Henry Pickering — A. B. 1896; 
Demonstrator of Pathol, and Bacteriol. 
Western Reserve Univ. 1901-02 ; Res. 
Pathol. Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 
1902-03 ; Interne, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Bait. 1903-04 ; Clinical 
Asst. in Med. ; Res. Physician, Robt. 
Garrett Hosp. for Children, 1904-05 ; 
Asst. to the Prof, of Clin. Med. George- 
town Med. Sch. Asst. in Diseases of 
Throat and Chest, Emergency Hosp. 
1905-08. — Prof. Med. Howard Univ. 
Assoc. Visit. Phys. Providence, Hosp. 
and Visit. Physician, Freedman's Hosp. 
and Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Rubel, Maurice J.— S. B. Chicago 1897; 
R. H. O. 1901-02.— Physician, 25 E. 
Washington St., Chicago. 

Salter, John Cleveland— A. B. Yale 1897; 
House Phys. St. Luke's Hosp. N. Y. 
1901-02; Res. Phys. N. Y. Lying-in 
Hosp. 1903-04. — Visit. Phys. St. Louis 
Skin and Cancer Hosp. and City Hosp. 
and Physician, St. Louis. 

Simis, Mabel Palmer — (Mrs. H. L. Ul- 
rich), S. B. Cornell 1897. — Physician, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Slemons, Josiah Morris— A. B. 1897; R. 
H. O. and Clin. Asst. in Obstet. 1901- 
02; Asst. Kes. and Res. Obstet. 1902- 



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04 ; Instr. Assoc, and Assoc. Prof, of 
Obstet. 1904-13 ; Prof, of Obstet. and 
Gynecol. Univ. of California 1913-15. 
—Prof. Obstet. and Gynecol. Yale 
Med. Sch. New Haven. 

Smith, Herbert Meloy — A. B. Roanoke 
1892, and A. M. 1S97 ; Grad. Student, 
1894-95 ; Lt. and Capt. Med. Corps, 
U. S. A. 1901-10 and Hospital Serv- 
ice, Philadelphia, 1911. — Health Offi- 
cer, Richland Co. and Physician, Co- 
lumbia, S. C. 

Spratt, Charles Nelson — S. B. Minnesota 

1897 ; R. H. 0. 1901-02 ; House Surg. 
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, 
1902-03 ; House Surg. Mass. Charitable 
Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, 1903- 
05. — Oculist, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Steinfeld, Albert Louis — A. B. 1897; Di- 
rector, Histol. and Pathol. Labora- 
tories, and Res. Phys. Lucas Co. 
Hosp. Toledo, O. 1901-02 ; Prof. Histol. 
and Pathol. Toledo Med. Coll. 1903- 
04 ; Lect. in Ear, Nose and Throat, 
Toledo Med. Coll. 1906-11. — Physician, 
237 Michigan St., Toledo, O. 

Swett, Carlotta Mary— (Mrs. C. H. Bunt- 
ing), A. B. Wellesley 1896; Grad. 
Student, Maine State Coll. 1896; In- 
terne New England Hosp. Boston, 
1901-02. — Madison, 2020 Chadbourne 
Ave., Wis. 

Ulrich, Henry Ludwig — S. B. Rutgers 
1897.— Visit. Phys. City Hosp. Instr. 
in Med. Univ. of Minnesota, and Phy- 
sician, Minneapolis. 

Underhill, Albert James— A. B. 1897.— 
Externe in Surg. Assoc, and Chf. G.-U. 
Clin. U. of Md. Attend., G.-U. Surg. 
Univ. Hosp. Consult. G.-U. Surg. St. 
Joseph's German Hosp. and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Walker, Marian Bartholow — (Mrs. Marian 
Walker Williams), A. B. Radcliffe 

1898 ; Attend. Phys. Babies' Hosp. N. 
Y. 1901-02 ; Phvs. Hartford, Ct. 1902- 
11. — 37 Holly St., Phoenix, Ariz. 

Warfield, Louis Marshall— A. B. 1897; 
R. H. O. and Asst. Res. Phys. Thomas 
Wilson Sanitarium, 1901-02 ; Instr. 
Clin. Micros. Washington Univ. Med. 
Sch. St. Louis, 1905-09 ; Asst. Supt. 
and Pathol. Milwaukee Co. Hosp. Wau- 
watosa, Wisconsin, 1909-14. — Prof. 
Med. Maro,uette Univ. Med. Sch. and 
Physician, Milwaukee. 

Warren, George William— A. B. 1S97.— 
Physician, New York. 

Watts, Stephen Hurt— A. M. Randolph- 
Macon 1896 : Student, Univ. of Vir- 
ginia 1896-97 ; R. H. O. Asst. Res. 
and Res. Surg. 1901-07.— Prof, of 
Surg. Univ. of Virginia, and Surg, 
in chief Va. Hosp. Charlottesville. 

Wells, Ernest Alden— A. B. Yale 1897; 
House Surg. N. Y. Hosp. 1901-02. — 
Attend. Surg, to Hartford Hosp. and 
Surgeon, Hartford, Conn. 

*Wells, Mabel— A. B. Wellesley 1896; 
Student, Univ. of Zurich 1897. 



West, John Montgomery— A. B. 1896; 
Student, Universities of Berlin, Vi- 
enna and Halle, 1902-06 ; Asst. in 
Laryngol. and Rhinol. 1907-10. — 
Rhinolog. Klinik-Silex, Physician, Ber- 
lin, Germany. 

Winne, Charles Knickerbocker, Jr. — A. B. 
1897; Externe, 1901-02; Act. R. H. 
O. ; Asst. Res. Phys. Thos. Wilson 
Sanitarium, 1902-03 ; Asst. Bender 
Hygienic Lab. Albany, N. Y. 1903-05. 
— Instr. Theory and Prac. of Med. Al- 
bany Med. Coll. Asst. Attend. Phys. 
Contagious Dept. Albany Hosp. Attend. 
Phys. Child's Hosp. St. End Disp. 
Med. Asst. Bureau of Health, and 
Physician, Albany. (53) 



Class Secretary — Louis V. Hamman, 714 
Park Ave., Baltimore. 

1902 

Auer, John— S. B. Michigan 1S9S; R. H. 
O. 1902-03; Instr. Physiol. Harvard 
Med. Sch. 1906-07 ; Ast. and Assoc. 
Rockefeller Institute, 1907-09. — Assoc. 
Member, Rockefeller Institute for Medi- 
cal Research, N. Y. 

Briggs, John Bradford, Jr. — S. B. New 
York Univ. 1898 ; R. H. O. and Asst. 
in Med. 1902-04. — Assoc, in Pathol. 
George Washington Univ. and Disp. 
and Physician, Washington, D. C. 

Browne, Bennett Bernard, Jr. — A. B. 
1898; Asst. Ophthal. Bait. Eye, Ear 
and Throat Charity Hosp. 1903-06.— 
Clin. Asst. Ophthal. and Otol. Con- 
sult. Phys. Emergenry Hosp. An- 
napolis, and Physician, Baltimore and 
Annapolis. 

Eruns, Robert Martin — A. B. Virginia 
1896 ; Grad. Student, 1897-98 ; Asst. 
Res. Phys. Springfield State Hospital, 
Sykesville, Md. 1902-03. — Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Bryan, William Morgan Case — A. B 
Washington Univ. 1897 ; M. S. Michi 
gan, 189S ; Res. Phys. German Hosp 
Philadelphia, 1902-04; Instr. Clin 
Micros, and Chem. Med. Dept. St, 
Louis Univ. 1904-05. — Instr. Ear 
Nose and Throat Diseases, ibid. Oto 
Laryngol. to Alexian Bros. Hosp 
Surg. St. Louis Eye, Ear, Nose and 
Throat Disp. Consult, in Oto-Laaryn 
St. John's Hosp. Mem. Med. Res. 
Corps ; and Physician, St. Louis. 

*Eush, Camillus— S. B. California 1898; 
R. H. O. Visit, and Asst. Res. Surgeon, 
1902-04.— Surg. F. A. C. S., St. Hel- 
ena Sanitarium ; Instr. in Surg. Univ. 
of Calif, and Surgeon, San Francisco. 
*May 28, 1910. 

Churchman, John Woolman — A.B. Prince- 
ton 1898; A. M. 1901; A. M. (Hon.) 
Yale, 1915 ; R. H. O. and Clin. Asst. 
G.-U. Surg. 1902-05 ; Voluntar Asst. 
Surg. Clinic, Breslau, 1905-06 ; Asst. 
Res. Surgeon, 1906-09 ; Res. Surg, 
and Instr. in Surg. 1912.— Prof. Sur- 
gery, Yale, New Haven. 



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Clarke, Thomas Wood — A. B. Harvard 
1899; R. H. O. 1902-03; Res. Phys. 
Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 1903-05 ; 
Vol. Asst. Oharite Krankenhaus Berlin, 
1905-06 ; Act. Clin. Asst. Children's 
Hosp. and Research Student, St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hosp. London, 1906-07 ; 
Fellow, Rockefeller Inst. N. Y. 1907- 
08; Clin. Asst. Vanderbilt Clinic, 
1907-10 ; Asst. in Pediatrics, Colum- 
bia, and Asst. Editor Medical Record, 
1909-10.— Phys. in Chg. Utica Babies' 
Pure Milk and Health Sta. 1912.— 
Attend. Pediatrist, Faxton Hosp. Med. 
Director Baby Welfare Comm. of 
Utica; Med. Expert N. Y. State 
Dept. of Health, and Physician, Utica, 
New York. 

Cook, Henry Wireman — A. B. 1898; R. 
H. O. 1902-03 ; Late Asst. Res. Thos. 
Wilson Sanitarium. — Visit. Phys. Sr. 
Staff Memorial Hosp. and Univ. Hosp. 
Lect. in Med. Univ. of Minnesota, and 
Physician, Minneapolis. 

Coons, Jacob Jones — S. B. Ohio Wesleyan 
1898 ; Clin. Asst. in Med. Asst. Res. 
Surg. N. Y. Lying-in Hosp. 1902-03 ; 
Asst. Res. Surg. Kensington Hosp. 
Phila. 1903-04. — Asst Prof. Med. Ohio 
State Univ. Pathol. Mt. Carmel Hosp. 
and Physician, Columbus, Ohio. 

Dohme, Gustavus Charles — A. B. 1898; 
Prof. Chemistry, Maryland Med. Coll. 
1905-12.— Physician, 3014 St. Paul 
St., Baltimore. 

Dolley, David Hough — A. B. Randolph 
Macon 1897, and A. M. 1898; Res 
Pathol. St. Vincent's Charity Hosp 
1902-03 ; Asst. Dmnstr. Pathol. West 
Reserve Univ. and Res. Pathol. Lake 
side Hosp. Cleveland, 1903-04 ; Prof 
Histol. and Pathol. Univ. of N. O. 
Chapel Hill, 1906-10. — Editor Univ, 
of Mo. Medical Bulletin and Prof 
Pathol. Univ. Missouri, Columbia. 

Duffy, Ralph— A. B. 1S98; Pathol. West 
ern Penna. Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1902 
08 ; Res. Surg. Franklin Sq. Hosp 
Baltimore, 1908-09 ; Surg. Scotland 
Sanitorium, Lawrinburg, N. C. 1909 
11. — Physician, Plant City, Fla. 

Dunlop, John — S. B. Princeton 1S98 
Asst. Res. Phys. Thos. Wilson Sani 
tarium, 1902 ; Externe in Surg. 1902 
03 ; Asst. Res. Phys. U. P. I. Bait. 
1903 ; Orthopedic House Officer, Car 
ney Hosp. Boston, 1904-05. — Ortho 
Surg. Children's Hosp. and Freedman's 
Hosp. Prof. Orthopedic Surg. George 
town Univ. and Physician, Washing 
ton, D. C. 

Erving, William Gage— A. B. Yale 1898 
Orthopedic House Surg. Carney Hosp, 
Boston, 1902-03. — Ortho. Surgeon, 
Providence, Freedman's and Children's 
Hospitals, and Prof. Ortho. Surg. 
Howard Univ. and Physician, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Ferry, Newell Simmons — Ph. B. Yale 
1898 ; Asst. Res. Surg. Barnes Hosp. 



Washington, D. C. 1902-03 ; Asst. in 
Med. Memphis, Tenn. 1903-08. — Biol. 
Pathol. City Hosp. and Phys. Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 1903-08. — Biol, and Re- 
search Dept. Parke, Davis & Co. De- 
troit, Mich. 
Foster, Nellis Barnes— S. B. Amherst 
1898; Res. Phys. N. Y. Hosp. 1904- 
05 ; Instr. and Assoc, in Biol.-Chem. 
Columbia, 1906-12. — Assoc. Phys. N. 
Y. Hosp. Asst. Prof. Med. Cornell 
Univ. Sen. Med. and Physician, New 
York. 

Francis, William Willoughby — A. B. 
1898; Secy.-Treas. Canadian Med. 
Assn. Asst. Ed. C. M. A. Jour. Mont- 
real, Canada ; Capt. Can. Army Med. 
Corps No. 3 Can. Gen'l Hosp. British 
Exped. Force. 

Frankenthal, Maurice Albert — A. B. 
Washington Univ. 1898. — Assoc. Visit. 
Phys. Jewish Hosp. Pathol. Bethesda 
Homes, Asst. in Surg. Washington 
Univ. Hosp. and Physician, St. Louis. 

Glenny, W. Harry— Ph. B. Yale 1894; 
Asst. Attend. Phys. and Supervisor of 
Records, Buffalo Gen'l Hosp. Attend. 
Phys. Tuberculosis Dispen. and Phys. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 1902-11. Bond Broker, 
Buffalo. 

Hardy, Clarence Foster — B. L. Wiscon- 
sin 1891 ; Interne, Mercy Hosp. Pitts- 
burgh (four months). — Physician, 848 
Marshall St., Milwaukee. 

Haviland, Morrison LeRoy — Ph. B. Union 
1898 ; Res. Surg. Society Lying-in 
Hosp. N. Y. and Res. House Officer, 
1902-03.— Attend. Phys. Glens Falls 
Hosp. and Physician, Glens Falls, New 
York. 

Haynes, Mabel Stevens — (Mrs. Rudolf 
Leick), A. B. Bryn Mawr 1898; Asst. 
Disp. Mass. Gen'l Hosp. 1902-03 ; 
Student of Med. Vienna, 1904-05 ; 
Dermatol. Wilkes St. Free Disp. and 
Trinity Disp. Boston, 1906-07. — 
Vienna, Austria. 

Hirshberg, Leonard Keene — A. B. 1898, 
A. M. Loyola 1912 ; Physician, 1937 
Madison Ave., Baltimore. 

Horst, Carl Herman — A. B. Stanford 
1898 ; R. H. O. 1902-03 ; State Bac- 
terid. Montana, 1904-05 ; Res. Phys. 
Insane Asyl. State of Montana, 1905- 
06.— City Health Officer and Phys. 
and Surg. Butte, Mont. 

Hyman, Solomon — S. B. California 1898; 
House Surg. Mt. Sinai Hosp. N. Y. 
1903-05 ; Adjunct Surg. Mt. Zion 
Hosp. 1905-10 ; Instr. in Surgery, 
Cooper Med. Coll. 1905-12 ; Clin. Instr. 
in Surg. Stanford Univ. 1912-13.— 
Surgeon, 135 Stockton St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Jelke, William Frederick— Ph. B. Yale 
1898 ; Asst. Res. Surg. Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1902-03 ; Dmnstr. in Anat. 
Cornell, 1904-05. — Physician, Clinton 
Springs Ave., Cincinnati. 



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Jones, Thomas Monroe — A. B. Indiana 
Univ. 189S ; Student, Heidelberg, Ger- 
many, 1894-97; House Officer, St. 
Mark's Hosp. N. Y. 1902-03 ; Interne, 
King's Co. Hosp. Brooklyn, 1903-05 ; 
Graduate Student, Vienna, Austria, 
1909-10. — Surgeon, 1029 Meridian St., 
Anderson, Ind. 

Karsted, Alfred— A. B. Stanford 1S98; 
House Surg. German Hosp. N. Y. 
1902-04 ; Res. Phys. Murray Hosp. 
Butte, 1907-11.— Physician, Butte. 

Kimball, Arthur Herbert — S. B. Amherst 
1897, and A. M. 1903 ; F. A. C. S. 
1914 ; Bes. Phys. Eye, Ear and Throat 
Charity Hosp. Baltimore, 1902-03. — 
Visit. Oculist, Government Hosp. for 
the Insane ; Assoc, in Ophthalmology, 
Episcopal Eye and Ear Hosp. and 
Phys. Washington, D. C. 

Lehr, Louis Charles— A. B. 189S; Clini- 
cal Asst. G.-U. Surg, and Asst. in 
Gynecol. Dr. Kelly's Sanitarium, 1902- 
04. — Phvsician, 1737 H St. N. W., 
Washington, D. C. 

L'Engle, Edward McCrady — A. B. St. 
John's 1897 ; Grad. Student, 1897- 
98 ; Asst. Res. Phys. Phila. Polyclinic 
Hosp. 1902-03; Pathol. Polyclinic 
Hosp. Dmnstr. Pathol. Medico-Chir. 
Coll". Asst. Pathol. Phila. Hosp.— 
Physician, 2756 St. John Ave., Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 

Litchfield, George Victor, Jr. — A. M. 
Randolph-Macon 1897 ; Phys.-Surg. 
Lick Creek and Lake Erie R. R. and 
Dawson Coal and Coke Co. St. Paul, 
Va. 1902-03 ; Surg. N. and W. R. K. 
Tidewater. Bottom Creek, King Coal 
Co. and Big Four C. and C. Co. and 
Laurel Creek Lumber Co. Kimball W. 
Va. 1908. — Physician, Abingdon, Va. 

Lootz, Emma — (Mrs. W. G. Erving), A. 
B. Smith 1897. — Physician, 922 Far- 
ragut Sq., Washington, D. C. 

Ludlum, Seymour DeWitt — S. B. Rutgers 

1897 ; Clin. Asst. Sheppard and Enoch 
Pratt Hosp. Towson, 1902-03 ; First 
Asst. Res. Phys. Friends' Asylum for 
the Insane, Frankford, 1903-06. — Assoc, 
in Neurol, and Neuropathol. Univ. of 
Penna. Asst. Neurologist, Phila. Hosp. 
and Physician, Philadelphia. 

Lyle, Annie Galloway — A. B. Stanford 
1895 ; Asst. Voluntar, Vienna, 1902- 
03 ; Asst. Children's Clinic, Univ. of 
Calif. 1904-05 ; Phys. Juvenile Court, 
1905-11.— Phys. to Board of Educa- 
tion, and Mary's Help Hosp. and 
Physician, San Francisco. 

MacGregor, George Malcolm — S. B. Wis- 
consin 1894 ; R. H. O. Church Home 
and Infirmary. Balto. 1905-07.— Phy- 
sician, Garfield, Wash. 

Marshall, Samuel Andrew — A. B. Yale 

1898 ; Surg. House of Relief, N. Y. 
Hosp. 1902-03. — Physician, L. I. City, 
New York. 



McFarland, John Scott — Ph. B. Yale 
1898. — Physician, 193 Cleveland Ave., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Meisenhelder, Edmund Webster — A. B. 
Penna. Coll. 1898 ; Harvard Summer 
School, 1S98 ; R. H. O. 1902-03 ; In- 
terne, Barnes Hosp. U. S. Soldiers' 
Home, Washington, D. C. 1903-04 ; 
Res. Phys. Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 
1904-05 ; Graduate Student, Europe, 
1909-10. — Surg. W. Side Sanitarium, 
York, Pa. 

Meisenhelder, John Elmer — S. B. Penna. 
Coll. 1897 ; Grad. Student, 1897-98 ; 
House Surg. Moses Taylor Hosp. Scran- 
ton, Pa. 1903-04 ; Res. Surg. Hosp. 
U. S. Soldiers' Home, Washington, D. 
C. 1904-10; Grad. Student, Charite 
Hosp. Berlin, Germany, Univ. of Vi- 
enna and Univ. Hosp. London, 1910- 
11. — Physician, 28 Frederick St., 
Hanover, Pa. 

*Ocshner, Henry William — S. B. Wis- 
consin 1898 ; R. H. O. 1902-03. *Nov. 
25, 1902. 

Reed, Edward Hiram — A. B. Cornell 
1898 ; Asst. Res. Phvs. St. Luke's 
Hosp. N. Y. 1903.— Visit. Phys. 
Freedman's Hosp. Clin. Asst. in Med. 
Howard Univ. and Physician, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Riggins, Edwin Nicholas — A. B. Williams 
1897 ; Interne, House of Relief, N. Y. 
Hosp. 1903-04. — Adjct. Attend. Phy- 
sician and Registrar, St. Mary's Hosp. 
Phys. Out-Patient Dept. Mem. Hosp. 
Med. Exam. Union Cent. L. I. Co. and 
Physician, Orange, N. J. 

Rogers, Carey Pegram — A. B. Wake 
Forest 1897; Grad. Student, 1897-98; 
(F. A. C. S.) R. H. O. 1902-03.— Surg. 
St. Luke's Hosp. Surg, in Chg. River- 
side Hosp., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Rushmore, Stephen — A. B. Amherst 1897; 
Externe, 1902-03 ; Asst. Res. Gynecol. 
1903; House. Phys. Hudson St. Hosp. 
N. Y. 1904 ; House Surg. St. Mary's 
Hosp. for Children. N. Y. 1905 ; Res. 
Gynecol. 1905-06 ; House Officer, Boston 
Lying-in Hosp. 1907. — Visit. Gynecol. 
Carney Hosp. Boston ; Assoc. Prof. 
Gynecol. Tufts Coll. Med. Sch. Consult. 
Gynecol. Semmes' Arlington Hosp. and 
Physician, Boston. 

♦Scholl, George Barr — A. B. 1898; Ex- 
terne, 1902-03, in chg. Lab. Bait. 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp. 1913-14; 
Pathol. Franklin Sq. Hosp. Health 
Officer and Physician. (Died July 9, 
1914.) 

Silverberg, Melville — A. B. California 
1897 ; Asst. in Physiol.-Chem. Cooper 
Med. Coll. San Francisco, 1902 ; House 
Officer, City Hosp. Boston. 1903-04. — 
Prof. G.-U. Coll. P. and S. Physician, 
San Francisco. 

Simpson, John Nathan — A. B. Nashville 
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— Member Amer. Acad. Med. Prof, of 
Physiol. Dean of School of Medicine, 
West Virginia Univ. Dir. Hgy. Lab. 
State Board Health, Morgantown. 

Steele, Harry Merriman — Ph. B. Yale 
1894 ; Asst. in Ped. Univ. and Belle- 
vue Hosp. Med. Coll. N. Y. 1902-04 ; 
Asst. in Pathol. Yale Med. Sch. 1902- 
07. — Instr. in Ped. Yale, and Asst. 
Attend. Phys. New Haven Hosp. and 
Physician, New Haven. 

Tallant, Alice Weld— A. B. Smith 1897; 
Grad. Student, Mass. Inst, of Tech. 
1897-98 ; Interne, New England, Hosd. 
Boston, 1902-03 ; Med. Exam, for the 
Gymnasium, Bates Coll. Lewiston, Me. 
1903-05 ; Asst. Phys. Disp. of New 
Eng. Hosp. 1904-05. — Prof, of Obstet. 
Woman's Med. Coll. of Penna. and 
Obstet, in chief to Hosp. of Woman's 
Med. Coll. Phys. Girls' Dept. Glen 
Mills Schools, and Physician, Phila. 

Van Arsdall, Condit Brewer — A. B. Ken- 
tucky Wesleyan 1894, and A. M. 
1898 ; A. B. Michigan 1898.— Physi- 
cian, 527 Poplar St., Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Van Denburgh, John — A. B. Stanford 
1894, A. M. 1895, and Ph. D. 1897; 
Hon. Curator, Dept. of Science ; Act. 
Chief Children's Clinic, San Francisco 
Polyclinic, 1902-03 ; Visit. Phys. 
King's Daughter's Home for Incur- 
ables ; Asst. Visit. Gynecol. St. Luke's 
Hosp. Surg. Telegraph Hill Neighbor- 
hood Assn. 1904-06. — Asst. Surg. San 
Francisco Polyclinic, and Physician, 
San Francisco. 

Wight, Otis Buckminster — A. B. Stan- 
ford 1898 ; R. H. O. 1902-03.— Asst. 
Prof. Gynecol. Univ. of Oregon, and 
Physician, Portland. 

Williams, Clara Louise — S. B. California 
1897, and M. S. 1898; Interne, St. 
Luke's Hosp. San Francisco, 1902- 
03. — Physician, Berkeley, Cal. 

Williams, Dudley— A. B. 1S97; Grad. 
Student, 1897-98 ; Grad. Student (Pa- 
thol.), Harvard Med. School, 1902- 
03 ; Asst. Phys. and Phvs. Baltimore, 
1903-13.— Asst. Med. Exam. P. R. R. 
Altoona, Pa. 

Wright, Charles Benjamin — A. B. North 
Dakota 1898 ; R. H. O. 1902-03. — 
Chief Staff, Wells Mem. Free Disp. 
Visit. Phys. Minn. City Hosp. and 
Physician, Minneapolis. (57) 



Class Secretary — William G. Erving, 922 
17th St., Washington, D. C. 

1903 

Bassett, Victor Hugo — A. B. Knox 1896; 
Grad. Student, Wisconsin and Michi- 
gan, 1897-98 ; Instr. in Bact. and 
Clin. Pathol. Northwestern, Chicago, 
1903-04 ; Fellow in Pathol. 1904-05 ; 
Prof. Pathol. Wise. Coll. P. and S. 
1905-06 ; Assoc. Prof. Pathol. Milwau- 
kee Med. Coll. and Asst. Supt. and 



Res. Pathol. Milwaukee Co. Hosp. Mil- 
waukee, 1906-OS. — Bacteriologist, City 
of Savannah, Ga. 

Bixler, Lewis Clyde — A. B. Lafayette 
1899, and A. M. 1902 ; R. H. O. 1903- 
04. — Physician, Highland Bldg., Pitts- 
burgh. 

*Blauvelt, Elizabeth Hedges — A. B. Bryn 
Mawr 1896 ; Interne, N. Y. Infumary 
for Women and Children, N. Y. 
1903-05 ; Med. Missionary, Amoy, 
China, 1905-09. (Died, 1912, Sar- 
anac Lake, N. Y.) 

Brush, Clinton Ethelbert, Jr.— S. B. New 
York Univ. 1899 ; R. H. O. and Asst. 
in Med. 1903-05.— Attend. Phys. Wo- 
man's Hosp. and Physician, Nashville. 

Chatard, Joseph Albert — A. B. Loyola 
1898 ; Grad. Student, 1898-99 ; Asst. 
Res. Phys. St. Joseph's Hosp. 1903-04. 
— Assoc. Phys. St. Agnes' Hosp. Dis- 
pen. Phys. Instr. in Clin. Med. and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Chinn, George Edward, Jr. — S. B. Cen- 
tral Coll. (Mo.), 1899 ; Clin. Asst 
Sheppard and Pratt Hosp. Towson, 
1903-04.— U. S. Pension Exam. Surg. 
Clin. Asst. St. Vincent's Hosp. Civil 
Serv. Exam. Phys. and Physician, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Clark, Alfred Hull— A. B. Cornell 1899; 
House Surg. Hartford Hosp. Conn. 
1903-05.— Physician, 156 W. Utica St., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Cornell, William Burgess — A. B. Chicago 
1899 ; Externe, 1903-04 ; Asst. in 
Neurol. 1905-10 ; Prof, of Neurol. Wo- 
man's Med. Coll. (Balto.), 1907-10; 
Clin. Asst. 1904-05 ; Asst. Phys. Shep- 
pard and Pratt Hosp. 1905-10 ; Asst. 
Phys. Danvers State Hosp. Hathorne, 
Mass. 1910-12. — Exec. Secy. Mental 
Hygiene Comm. Asst. Disp. Psy- 
chiatrist, and Physician, Baltimore. 

Dewey, Emma Grace — S. B. Wellesley 
1885, and A. M. 1894 ; Grad. Student, 
Chicago 1898-99 ; Interne, The Babies* 
Hosp. N. Y. Rockefeller Institute for 
Med. Research (Summer, 1903). — 
Pathol, and Radiog. Passavant Mem. 
Hosp. and Physician, Jacksonville, 
Illinois. 

Dudley, Harlan— Ph. B. Oberlin 1897; 
Graduate Student, 1898. — Physician, 
Jefferson, O. 

*Eddy, Dana Lee— A. B. Yale 1898.— 
Leavenworth, Kans. 

Fayerweather, Roades — A. B. Harvard 
1899; Orthopedic House Surg. Carney 
Hosp. 1903-04. — Disp. Surg. Asst. in 
Clin. Orthopedic Surg, and Surgeon, 
Baltimore. 

Fischer, John Somerville — A. B. 1898; 
and Grad. Student, 1898-99; Asst. 
Res. Phys. St. Joseph's Hosp. Bait. 
1903-04.— Chief Med. Clinic, St. Jo- 
seph's Hosp. Disp. Assoc, in Diseases 
of Children, B. M. C. and Physician, 
Baltimore. 



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Gaenslen, Frederick Julius— S. B. Wis- 
consin 1899 ; Grad. Student, Harvard 
1901 ; Interne. German Hosp. N. Y. 
1903-06.— Attend. Orth. Surg. Staff, 
Milwaukee Children's Hosp. and Coun- 
ty Hosp. Mem. Araer. Ortho. Assn. P. 

A. C. S. and Physician, Milwaukee. 
Gaines, Lewis McFarland — A. B. and S. 

B. Hampden-Sidney 1898 ; Grad. Stu- 
dent, Univ. of Virginia 1898-99 ; First 
Asst. Surg. R. I. Hosp. Providence, 
and House Phys. Providence Lying-in 
Hosp. (three months), 1903-04; Prof. 
of Anat. and Physiol. Med. Dept. Wake 
Forest Coll. Supt. Wake Forest Hosp. 
N. C. 1904-08.— Assoc. Prof. Ment. 
Diseases and Clin. Neur. Sch. Med. 
Emory Univ. and Physician, Atlanta, 
Georgia. 

Geraghty, John Timothy — A. B. St. 
Thomas Coll. 1895; Ph. B. St. Paul 
Seminary, 1897 ; Grad. Student, 1897- 
98; R. H. O. 1903-04.— Urol, in Chg. 
and Assoc. Prof, of Clin. Urcl. Surg. 
Visit. G.-U. Surg. City Hosp. Bay- 
view, and Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Goldsborough, Francis Colquohoun — S. B. 
Princeton 1889 ; Interne in Obstet. ; 
Asst. Res. Gynecol. ; Obstet'n in chg. 
and Res. Obstet. 1903-07. — Instr. and 
Asst. Obstetrician, 1907-10. — Prof. 
Obstetrics. Univ. of Buffalo, and Phy- 
Bician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Grant, Justin Frank— Ph. B. Yale 1898; 
Prof, of Anat. and Pathol. Univ. of 
W. Va. Morgantown, 1903-10; Prof. 
Anat. Atlanta Coll. P. and S. Atlanta, 
1910-12.— Dept. Exp. Med. Parke, 
Davis & Co., Boston. 

Haskell, Louis Wardlaw, Jr. — A. B. 
1899 ; Asst. in Surg. Pathol. 1903- 
04 ; House Officer, General Mem. Hosp. 
N. Y. 1905-06.— Assoc. Prof. Surg. 
Univ. of Tenn. Attend. Surg. Mem- 
phis City Hosp. and Baptist Mem. 
Hosp. and Physician, Memphis, Tenn. 

Hirschfelder, Arthur Douglass — S. B. 
California 1897 ; Student in Paris and 
Heidelberg, 1898-99, and Berlin, 1906 ; 
R. H. O. 1903-04 ; Asst. in Med. 
Cooper Med. Coll. Asst. Phys. City 
and County Hosp. and Physician, San 
Francisco, 1904-05 ; Volun. Asst. in 
Med. 1905-06 ; Instr. and Assoc, in 
Med. in charge of the Physiol. Lab. 
of Med. Clinic, 1906-13.— Prof. Phar- 
macol. Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

Hopkins, Ross. — A. B. and S. B. Camp- 
bell Univ. 1897 ; A. B. Kansas State 
Univ. 1899; Grad. Student, Chicago 
1899. — Physician, 4549 Clayton Ave., 
St. Louis. 

Hutchins, Henry Talbot — A. B. Amherst 
1899 ; R. H. O. Asst. Res. and Res. 
Gynecol. 1903-07 ; Asst. and Instr. in 
Gynecol. 1906-07. — Consult. Gyne. 
Rufus S. Frost Gen. Hosp. Chelsea 
and Mem. Hosp. Pawtucket (R. I.), 
Surg, to O. P. D. The Free Hosp. for 
Women, Brookline, Mass. Asst. in 



Gynecol. Harvard, and Physician, Bos- 
ton. 

Jones, Clement Levi — S. B. Washington 
and Jefferson 1899, and M. S. 1904 ; 
Clin. Asst. Med. Starling Med. Sch. 
Pathol. Hawkes Hosp. of Mt. Car- 
mel, Columbus, O. 1903-06. — Direc. 
and Pathol. Springfield City Hosp. and 
Physician, Springfield, O. 

Tayler-Jones, Louise — A. B. Welleslej 
1896 ; M. S. Columbian 1898 ; Asst 
in Pediatrics, Freedman's Hosp. Phy- 
sician, The Foundling Hosp. and Nat. 
Florence Home, Phys. Summer Camp 
for Sick Babies, and Physician, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Keidel, Albert— A. B. (Feb. 22) 1900; 
Clinical Asst. in Med. 1903-06. — 
Instr. in Clin. Med. and Disp. Surg, 
and Physician, Baltimore. 

Lazenby, Maurice — A. B. (Feb. 22) 1900; 
House Phys. Church Home and In- 
firmary, 1903-05. — Assoc, in Obstet. 
Coll. P. & S. Asst. in Gynecol. Univ. 
of Md. Asst. in Clin. Urology, and 
Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Loevenhart, Arthur Solomon — S. B. Ken- 
tucky State Univ. 1898, and M. S. 
1899 ; Asst. and Assoc, in Physiol. - 
Chemistry, and Pharm. 1903-06 ; Asso- 
ciate Professor, 1906-08. — Prof. Pharm. 
and Toxicol. Univ. Wisconsin, Madison. 

Long, Henry D. — A. B. Washington and 
Jefferson 1894, and A. M. 1897 ; Cor- 
nell Summer School, 1897; R. H. O. 
1903-04; Asst. Surg. U. S. Public 
Health and Marine Hosp. Service, Ellis 
Island, N. Y. 1905-07.— Physician, 129 
W. 46th St., N. Y. 

Long, Margaret — A. B. Smith 1895; Grad. 
Student, Mass. Inst. Tech. 1896-97 ; 
Interne, N. Y. Infirmary for Women 
and Children, 1903-04. — Physician, 228 
Metropolitan Bldg., Denver, Col. 

*Lupton, Edward Janney Sidwell — S. B. 
Columbian 1899 ; First Asst. Res. and 
Res. Physician, Columbia Hosp. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 1903-04. 

Lynch, Leo Augustine — A. B. Yale 1899; 
Asst. House Surg. Society Lying-in 
Hosp. N. Y. 1903-04 ; Interne, City 
Hosp. Blackwell's Island, 1904-05. — 
Visit. Surg. Swedish Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Manning, William Sanders — S. B. Colum- 
bian 1899; F. A. C. S. 1914; Clin. 
Asst. The Emergency Hosp. Washing- 
ton, D. C. 1903-04 ; Ophthalmol. St. 
Luke's Hosp. and S. A. L. R. R. and 
Physician, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Marshall, Watson— A. B. Princeton 1899. 
Oto-Laryngol. St. Margaret Mem. Hosp. 
and Dmnstr. in Laryn. U. of Pitts- 
burgh Med. Sch. Pittsburgh. 

Miller, Robert Talbott, Jr.— A. B. Am- 
herst 1899; R. H. O. and Asst. Res. 
and Res. Surg, and Instr. in Surg. 
1903-09. — Surg, to St. Francis' Hosp. 



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to Tuber. League of Pittsburgh ; Assoc. 
Prof. Surg. U. of Pittsburgh, and 
Surgeon, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Morse, Mary Elizabeth— A. B. Goucher 
College 1899; Res. Phys. Evening 
Disp. for Working Women, Bait. 1904- 
05 ; Asst. Phys. East. Mich. Asylum 
for the Insane, Pontiac, 1905-06 ; 
Asst. Pathol. Worcester State Hosp. 
Worcester, Mass. 1912-15. — Path. 
State Hosp. Boston. 

Moulton, Willis Bean— A. B. Bowcloln 
1899; R. H. O. 1903-04. — Fellow, 
Amer. Acad. Med. Instr. in Gynecol. 
Med. Sch. of Maine, Adj. Surg. Maine 
Gen's Hosp. Consult. Surg. Webber 
Hosp. and Surgeon, Portland, Me. 

Neagle, Harry Benjamin — A. B. Bowdoin 
1899.— Asst. Phys. The Loomis Sana- 
torium, Liberty, N. Y. 

Rainforth, Selden Irwin — S. B. Cincin- 
nati 1899, and A. M. 1900 ; LL. B. 
N. Y. Law Sch. 1908: House Surg. 
Presby. Hosp. N. Y. 1904-05.— Attend. 
Dermatol. Vanderbilt Clinic, and Phy- 
sician, N. Y. 

Riggs, Theodore Foster — A. B. Beloit 
1898; R. H. O. 1903-04; Asst. Res. 
and Res. Surg. Union Prot. Infirmary, 
Baltimore, 1904-07 ; Grad. Student, 
Berlin, 1907-08; Private Asst. to Dr. 
Elting, Albany, N. Y. 1908.— Attend. 
Staff, St. Mary's Hosp. Visit. Surg. 
Onida Hosp. and Surgeon, Pierre, 
South Dakota. 

Riley, Benjamin Franklin, Jr. — S. B. 
Georgia 1898. — County Physician, 
Surg. Georgia R. R. and Physician, 
Thomson, Ga. 

Robinson, George Canby — A. B. 1899; 
Asst. Dmnstr. of Anat. Cornell, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 1903-04 ; Res. Pathol, and Res. 
Phys. Penna. Hosp. 1904-08 ; Director, 
Pathol. Lab. Presbyterian Hosp. and 
Physician, Philadelphia, 1909-10 ; Res. 
Phys. Roskefeller Hosp. and Assoc, in 
Med. Rockefeller Institute, N. Y. 
1910-13. — Assoc. Prof. Medicine, Wash- 
ington Univ. St. Louis. 

Rucker, Marvin Pierce — A. M. Randolph- 
Macon 1899 ; Virginia Med. Coll. 
1899-00.— Assoc. Attend. Obstet. Mem. 
Hosp. ; Instr. Obstet. Med. Coll. of 
Va. Surg. A. C. L. Ry. and Physician, 
Richmond, Va. 

Schmitter, Ferdinand — A. B. Union Coll. 
1899 ; Instr. in Anat. Univ. of Wiscon- 
sin, Madison, 1903-05 ; First Lieut. 
Med. Corps, U. S. A. Fort Egbert, 
Alaska, 1905-08. — Capt. Med. Corps, 
U. S. A., 498 2d Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

Schultz, Oscar Theodore — A. B. Indiana 
1897 ; Res. Pathol. Charity Hosp. 
Cleveland ; Brooklyn Inst. Biol. Lab. 
and Columbia Univ. N. Y. 1903-04; 
Dmnstr. and Instr. of Pathol, and 
Proto-zoology, Western Reserve Univ. 
Cleveland, 1904-10 ; Asst. Prof. Pathol. 
ibid. 1910-13.— Pathol. Methodist Wise 



& Douglas Co. Hosps. ; Prof. Pathol, 
and Bact. Univ. Nebr. Omaha. 

Smith, Winford Henry— A. B. Bowdoin 
1899 ; Res. Gynecol. The Lakeside 
Hosp. Cleveland, 1903-05; Hosp. Phy- 
sician, N. Y. Dept. of Health, 1905- 
06 ; Supt. the Hartford Hosp. Conn. 
1906-09 ; Gen'l Med. Supt. Dept Belle- 
vue and Allied Hospitals, New York, 
1909-11.— Supt. J. H. Hospital. 

Stevens, Alexander Raymond — A. B. 
1896; K. H. O. 1903-04; Director, 
Analytical Lab. of Frazer & Co. N. Y. 
1904-05 ; House Surg. Presbyterian 
Hosp. N. Y. 1907-08.— Asst. Attend. 
G.-U. Surg. Bellevue Hosp. Chief G.-U. 
Clin. Presb. Hosp. Instr. G.-U. Surg. 
N. Y. Univ. and Physician, N. Y. 

Travis, Catherine Hutchison — A. B. Mc- 
Gill 1895 ; Grad. Student, Harvard 
Summer School 1899; House Officer, 
N. E. Hosp. for Women and Chil- 
dren, Boston, 1903-04. — Pathol. New 
Britain Hosp. and Physician, New 
Britain, Conn. 

♦Watson, Frank Hosford — S. B. Wiscon- 
sin 1899 ; R. H. O. 1903-04. *Dec. 
15, 1909. 

Young, Charles Whittier — S. B. Univ. 
of Illinois 1897; R. H. O. 1903-04.— 
Prof. Bacteriol. and Pathol, and Dean, 
Union Med. Coll., Peking, China. 
(49) 

Class Secretary — John T. Geraghty, 330 
N. Charles St., Baltimore. 

1904 

Bacon, Jay Harvey — S. B. Knox 1900; 
Pathol. Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 
1904-05.— Mbr. Staff, The Procter 
Hosp. Phys. The Crittenden Home ; 
Surg. Visit. Phys. The Bacon Mission 
Disp. Mem. Med. Legisla. Comm. 111. 
State Med. Soc. and Surgeon, Peoria, 
Illinois. 

Baker, Theodore — A. B. Princeton 1900; 
Asst. Disp. Urologist, 1912-13. — Asst. 
Urologist St. Francis Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, Pittsburgh. 

Bean, Robert Bennett — S. B. Va. Poly- 
tech. Inst. 1900 ; Asst. in Anat 1904- 
05 ; Instr. in Anat. Univ. of Mich. 
Ann Arbor, 1905-06 ; Assoc. Prof. 
Anat. The Philippine Med. Sch. Manila, 
1907-10. — Prof. Gross Anat. Tulane 
Univ. New Orleans. 

Bennett, Ruth — (Mrs. L. S. Morgan), A. 
B. Illinois 1899, and Grad. Student 
1899 ; Asst. Phys. and Surg. Tsing 
Kiang pu Hosp. Tsing Kiang pu, 
Kiang Pu Prov. China, 1905-09. — Med. 
Missionary Hai Chow via Chinkiang, 
China. 

Bergland, John McFarland — S. B. Prince- 
ton 1900 ; Interne in Obstet. and Asst. 
Res. Obstet. 1904-06 ; Asst. in Obstet. 
»906-12— Visit. Obstet. Church Home 
and Infirm, and Hosp. Women of Md. 
and Physician, Baltimore. 



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Bonta, Maurice Buford — A. B. Ky. Wes- 
leyan 1894 ; S. B. Michigan 1S97 ; R. 
H. O. 1904-05 ; Res. Gynecol. Lake- 
side Hosp. Cleveland, 1905-06. — Med. 
Inspr. Public Schs. and Physician, 
Cleveland, O. 

Brem, Walter Vernon, Jr. — S. B. N. Car- 
olina 1896 ; Med. Dept. 1898-00 ; R. 
H. O. 1904-05 ; Phys. Ancon Hosp. 
1905-07 ; Chief Med. Clin. Colon 
Hosp. Cristobal, C. Z. 1907-11 ; Prof. 
Pathol, and Bacteriol. Los Angeles 
Brch. of Med. Dept. Univ. Calif. 1911- 
14. — Dir. Sthn. Branch State Hygienic 
Lab. and Physician, Los Angeles. 

Caldwell, Julius Alexander, Jr. — S. B. 
N. Carolina 1899; Med. Dept. 1899- 
00, and Summer Sch. 1900 ; R. H. O. 
and Asst. Res. Gynecol. 1904-06. — ■ 
Physician, The Crescent, Montclair, 
New Jersey. 

Carr, John Robert — A. B. N. Carolina 

1899, Med. Dept. 1899-00, and Sum- 
mer Sch. 1900; K. H. O. and Asst. 
Res. Surg. 1904-06. — Physician, 34 
Erskine St, Detroit, Mich. 

Casler, DeWitt Bellinger— A. B. Yale 
1900; R. H. O. Asst. in Gynecol, and 
Asst. Res. Gynecol. 1904-03 ; Instr. in 
Gynecol, and Res. Gynecologist 1908- 
09.— Physician, 19 W. Chase St., Bal- 
timore. 

Edwards, Ralph Torrey — A. B. Knox 
1897, and A. M. 1899 ; Bacteriol. Bu- 
reau of Science, Manila, P. I. 1905- 
08 ; Director, Gov't Serum Lab. 
Phrapatoom, Siam, 1908-10. — Physi- 
cian, Warsaw, 111. 

Egdahl, Anfin — S. B. Wisconsin 1900; 
Asst. Prof, of Pathol, and Bacteriol. 
Coll. of Med. State Univ. of Iowa, 
Iowa City, 1904-08.— Physician, 103 
2d St. W., Menomonie, Wis. 

Garwood, Harold Gould — S. B. Colorado 

1900, and Med. Dept. 1900-01; R. H. 
O. Minnequa Hosp. Pueblo, Colo. 1904- 
05 ; Surg. Colo. Fuel and Iron Co. 
Redstone, Colo. 1905-06; Sec. Boulder 
Co. Med. Soc. Res. Surg. Nat. Fuel 
Co. Northern Coal and Coke Co. and 
Fox-Patterson Mining Co. Gorham, 
Colo. 1906-09. — Surgeon, 530 Metro- 
politan Bldg., Denver, Colo. 

Greenbaum, Harry Seligrer — A. B. 1899; 
Student, Univ. of Berlin 1899-00; 
Instr. in Med. and Asst. Phys. 1905- 
14. — Physician, 1614 Eutaw Place, 
Baltimore. 

Giffin, Herbert Zieg-ler — S. B. Princeton 
1900 ; R. H. O. 1904-05 ; House Offi- 
cer, Child's Hosp. Philadelphia. 1905- 
06. — Physician. Mayo Clinic, Roches- 
ter, Minn. 

Hemenway, Josephine — (Mrs. J. H. Ken- 
yon), A. B. Pritchett Coll. 1898 ; Bryn 
Mawr 1899-00 ; R. H. O. 1904-05 ; 
Res. Phvs. Babies' Hosp. 1905-11. — 
57 W. 58th St., New York. 



*Kellog:g, William Raphael Miles — A. B. 
Adelbert 1898 ; Res. Phys. Seattle 
Gen'l Hosp. 1904-05. *Oct. 14, 1908. 

Lee, Kenelm Julius — S. B. Wisconsin 
1900. — Physician, Fergus Falls, Minn. 

Love, John Marion — A. B. and B. L. 
Hampdcn-Sidnev 1899 ; Grad. Student 
1899-00 ; Clin. Asst. Ophthalmol. 
Bait. Eye, Ear and Throat Charity 
Hosp. 1904-06. — Physician, New Mon- 
roe Bldg., Norfolk, Va. 

Manwaring-, Wilfred Hamilton — S. B. 
Michigan 1895, Univ. of Chicago, 
Summer Qrs. 1899-03 ; Fellow and 
Asst. in Pathol. Chicago 1904-06 ; 
Assoc. Prof, of Pathol, and Bacteriol. 
Indiana 1905-07 ; Traveling Fellow, 
Rockefeller Institute 1907-08, and 
Asst. in Pathol, and Bacteriol. 1910- 
13. — Prof. Bact. and Immunity, Le- 
land Stanford Jr. Univ. Cal. 

Marshall, Herman Weston — S. B. Mass. 
Institute Tech. 1897 ; R. H. O. 1904- 
05; R. H. O. and Ortho. H. O. Mass. 
Gen. Hosp. 1906-08 ; Resch. Asst. 
Carnegie Inst. Washington 1908. — 
Asst. Ortho. Disp. Mass. Gen. Hosp. 
and Ortho. Surg. Boston. 

MacCarty, William Carpenter — S. B. 
Kentucky State 1900, and M. S. 1909 ; 
Pathol. Augusta Hosp. Berlin 1904- 
06. — Surg. Pathol. Mayo Clinic, Ro- 
chester, Minn. 

*McGouldrick, Ernest Clare — A. B. Yale 
1900. *Jan. 9, 1912. 

Morgan, Lorenzo Seymour — S. B. Knox 
1900 ; Asst. Phys. and Surg. Tsing- 
kiang Pu Hosp. Tsingkiang Pu, Kiang 
Pu Prov. China. 1905-09.— Med. Mis- 
sionary, Hai Chow via Chinkiang, 
China. 

Morrison, James Francis — A. B. Harvard 
1900 ; Interne, Conn. State Hosp. for 
Insane, Middletown, 1904 ; Interne, 
Kings Co. Hosp. 1904-06 ; Asst. Phys. 
Conn. Hosp. for Insane, Middletown, 
1906-08. — Neurol. Kings Co. Hosp. 
and Polhmaus Mem. Clinic ; Assoc. 
Neurol. Brklyn. Hosp. and Disp. Bush- 
wick Hosp. and Physician, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Nelson, Norman Oscar — S. B. Wisconsin 
1900 ; Res. Phys. Monroe St. Hosp. 
Chicago, 1904-05. — Physician, 3 W. 
Main St., Madison, Wis. 

Randolph, James Henry — A. B. Fla. State 
Coll. 1900 ; Clin. Asst. Sheppard and 
Enoch Pratt Hosp. Towson, lfi04-05 ; 
Asst. and Chief Phys. Fla. Hosp. 
for Insane, Chattahoochee, 1905-10. — * 
Physician, St. James Bldg., Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 

Reed, Jewett Villeroy — S. B. Kentucky 
State Coll. 1900 ; R. H. O. 1904-05.— 
Asst. Prof. Surg. Indiana Univ. Sch. 
of Med. and Asst. Consult. Surg. City 
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Remsen, Charles Mallory — A. B. 1S99, 
and Grad. Student 1899-00; R. H. O. 
Asst. Res. Phys. and Asst. Surg. Pa- 
thol. 1904-10; Res. Surg, and Instr. 
in Surg. 1910-11. — Surgeon, Candler 
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. 

Ricker, William Gray— A. B. Yale 1900; 
House Surgeon, Montreal Gen. Hosp. 
Can. 1904-05 ; Visit. Phys. The Little- 
ton Hosp. and Phys. Wells River, Vt. 
1905-11. — Physician, St. Johnsbury, 
Vermont. 

Rosencrantz, Esther — A. B. Leland Stan- 
ford Jr. 1899 ; Barnard Coll. 1899- 
00 ; Interne, N. Y. Infirmary for 
Women and Children, 1905-06. — Clin. 
Asst. Out-Pat. Dept. Brompton Hosp. 
for Consumption, etc. London, Eng. 
1906-07 ; Asst. Attend. Phys. Tuber- 
culosis Clinic, N. Y. Board of Health, 
1907 ; Clin. Asst. P. G. Med. Sch. and 
Hosp. and Phys. N. Y. 1907-09.— 
Physician, San Francisco, Cal. 

Sachs, Ernest — A. B. Harvard 1900; In- 
terne, Mount Sinai Hosp. N. Y. 1904- 
05 ; Grad. Stud. Berlin, 1907 ; Clin. 
Clk. Nat. Hosp. London and Sir Vic- 
tor Horsley's Lab. Univ. Coll. 1908 ; 
Neurol. Surg. Montefiore Home and 
Beth Israel Hosp. Adj. Asst. Surg. 
Bellevue Hosp. and Chief Surg. Clinic 
Out-Patient Dept. and Phys. N. Y. 
1908-10. — Assoc. Surg. Banies Hosp. ; 
Chf. Surg. Clin. Wash. Univ. Disp. ; 
Assoc. Prof. Surg. Washington Univ. 
Med. Sch. St. Louis. 

Schell, Orville Hickok — A. B. Yale 1900; 
House Surg. Mount Sinai Hosp. New 
York, 1904-07 ; Med. Missionary, 
Changsha, Hunan Prov. China, 1907- 
08. — Assoc. Physician, New Rochelle 
Hosp. and Physician, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 

Stone, Harry Russell — Ph. B. Conn. Wes- 
leyan 1899 ; Interne, Hudson St. Hosp. 
N. Y. 1904-05 ; House Phys. and Surg. 
Private Patients' Bldg. N. Y. Hosp. 
1905-07 ; Deputy Attend. Phys. Hud- 
son St. Hosp. 1909-10. — Physician, 450 
Riverside Drive, New York. 

Storrs, Henry John — A. B. Amherst 1899; 
Interne, Asst. Res. Obstet. Res. Obstet. 
and Asst. 1904-09. — Phys. in charge, 
St. Louis Maternity Hosp. and Instr. 
Obstet. and Gynecol. Washington, Univ. 
St. Louis. 

Taneyhill, George Lane, Jr. — A. B. 1900; 
Externe, 1904-05 ; Asst. Phys. and 
Asst. in Med. 1905-09. — Instr. in Clin. 
Neurol. Disp. Neurol, and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Terry, Benjamin Taylor — A. B. Vander- 
bilt 1898, and A. M. 1900 ; Univ. Chi- 
cago, Summer Qrs. 1900-1902, and 
1904; Univ. of Freiburg, i. B. Sum- 
mer, 1901 ; Harvard Med. Sch. Sum- 
mer, 1903 ; Fellow in Pathol. Chi- 
cago, 1904-05 ; Grad. Student, Univ. 
Mich. Summers 1905,1908, 1911 and 



1912; Grad. Student, Columbia Univ. 
1905-06; Univ. of Munich and Pas- 
teur Institute, Paris, 1906-07 ; George 
Speyer Haus, Frankfurt a. M. 1910 ; 
Fellow and Asst. Rockefeller Inst. 
1906-10 ; Assoc, in Protozoology, Rocke- 
feller Institute for Med. Resch. N. Y. 
and Co-Editor, Jour. Exp. Med. 1911- 
13. — Director Laboratories, Kings Co. 
Hosp. Brooklyn. 

Thompson, William Lawton — A. B. Bow- 
doin 1899 ; House Surg. City Hosp. 
Worcester, Mass. 1904-05 ; Surg. Soc. 
Lying-in Hosp. N. Y. 1905-06 ; Dist. 
Phys. Boston Disp. and Asst. in Path, 
and Bact. and Instr. in Obstet. Tufts 
Coll. Med. Sch.— Physician, 76 William 
St., New York. 

Tyler, George Thomas, Jr. — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1896, and A. M. 1897 ; 
Summer Sch., Columbian Univ. 1899 ; 
Interne, Union Prot. Infirmary, Bait. 
1904-06 ; Contract Surg. U. S. A. Fort 
Porter, N. Y. 1906-11. — Surgeon, 
Greenville, S. C. 

Vog-eler, William Jerome — A. B. Yale 
1900 ; Res. Phys. St. John's Riverside 
Hosp. Yonkers, N. Y. 1904-06; In- 
terne, Nursery and Child's Hosp. N. Y. 
1906-07. — Attend. Phys. St. John's 
Riverside Hosp. and Sprain Ridge 
Hosp. for Tuberculosis, Clin. Asst. 
Vanderbilt Clinic, N. Y. Consult. Phys. 
Co. Hosp. Westchester, and Physician, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

Washburn, Robert Glendenning — S. B. 
Wisconsin 1900 ; Wise. Coll. P. and 
S. 1900-01. — Dermatol. Milwaukee Co. 
St. Mary's and Maternity Hospitals ; 
Prof. Dermatol. Marquette Univ. and 
Physician, Milwaukee. 

Weaver, Louis Schneider — A. B. Pa. Coll. 
1899, and Yale 1900; House Surg. 
R. I. Hosp. Providence, 1904-06. — 
Staff, York Hosp. and Penna. State 
Tuberculosis Disp. and Physician, 
York, Pa. 

Willock, John Scott— S. B. Princeton 
1900; Res. Phys. Allegheny Gen. Hosp. 
Pa. 1904-05 ; Physician, Hampson & 
Smith, Railroad Contractors, Mexico, 
1907; Waverly Oil Wks. Co. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., 1907-12. — Asst. in Clin. 
Dermatol, and Asst. Disp. Dermatol. 

Wilson, Walter Scott — A. B. N. Ga. 
Agricult. Coll. 1880; A. M. Univ. 
of Ga. 1884; Grad. Student, 1893- 
94, and Univ. of Chicago, 1S96-97.— 
Physician, 117 Jones St. W., Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

Wilson, Winfred — A. B. Weatherford 
Coll. 1900. — Physician and Surg. Wil- 
son Sanitarium, Memphis, Tex. 

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1905 

Abercrcmbie, Ronald Taylor — A. B. 1901; 
Res. Phys. Church Home and Infirm- 
ary, 1905-06. — Director of the Gym- 
nasium. Instr. School Hygiene, Sum- 
mer Sch. J. H. U. Asst. Dispen. Surg, 
and Physician, Baltimore. 

Baer, Clarence Allen — B. L. Wisconsin 

1900, and S. B. 1901 ; Michigan, Sum- 
mer of 1901 ; Grad. Student, Univ. of 
Paris, 1905-06 ; Asst. St. Louis Hosp. 
Paris, 1906-07 ; Externe in Dermatol. 
1907. — Physician, 128 Wisconsin St., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Baldauf, Leon Kahn — A. B. 1901; Asst. 
Bender Hygienic Laboratory, and 
Instr. Bact. and Pathol. Albany Med. 
Coll. Albany, N. Y. 1905-07 ; Asst. 
City Pathol. St. Louis, 1907-10.— 
Prof. Pathol, and Bact. Univ. Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Ballou, Alice May — (Mrs. George W. 
Eliot), Ph.B. Brown 1900, and A. M. 
1901 ; Interne, New England Hosp. 
Roxbury, 1905-06. — Weston, Mass. 

Beall, Khleber Heberden— S. B. and M. 
S. Texas 1899; R. H. O. and Asst. 
Res. Phys. 1905-07.— Member Texas 
State Board Health, and Physician, 
Fort Worth. 

Bernheim, Bertram Moses — A. B. 1901; 
Asst. in Surgery, 1913. — Instr. in 
Clin. Surg. Dispen. Surg, and Surg. 
Baltimore. 

Constantine, Kosciusko Walker — A. B. 

1901, Grad. Student Vienna and Lon- 
don, 1905-07 ; F. A. C. S. 1913. — 
Prof. Ophthalmol. Grad. Sch. of Med. 
Univ. of Ala. Oculist, Hillman and St. 
Vincent's Hosps. Ophthal. Surg. Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Cowles, Calvin Duvall, Jr.— A. B. Guil- 
ford Coll. 1900, and North Carolina 
1901 ; Interne in Obstet. 1905-06. — 
Capt. Med. Corps, U. S. A. Fort Sam 
Houston, Tex. 

Cutter, William Dick— A. B. Yale 1899; 
Student, Univ. of Bern 1900 ; Interne, 
French Hosp. N. Y. 1905-06; Asst. 
Physician, Hosp. Dep. Copper Queen 
Con. Mining Co. Bisbee, Ariz. 1906-09. 
— Prof. Physiol, and Pharm. Univ. Ga. 
Augusta. 

Danforth, Murray Snell— A. B. Bowdoin 
1901 ; Interne, R. I. Hosp. Providence, 
1906-08. — Surg. Dept. Ortho. Surg. 
and Asst. Pathol. Radiographic Work, 
R. I. Hosp. Consult. Ortho. Surg. 
Providence Hosp. Asst. Ortho. Surg. 
O. P. D. Mass. Gen'l Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, Providence. 

Dascombe. Otho Lee — A. B. Bowdoin 
1901 ; Res. Phvs. and Surg. Externe, 
Waltham Hosp. Mass. 1905-08. — Asst. 
Phys. ibid. Visit. Phys. Waltham Baby 
Hosp. and Physician, Waltham, Mass. 

Davenport, Howard Irving' — A. B. Ham- 
ilton 1901, and A. M. 1904; Instr. 
Bacteriol. and Pathol. Syracuse Univ. 



Med. Sch. Syracuse, N. Y. 1905-06; 
County Bacteriol. Ont. Co. Lab. Can- 
andaigua, N. Y. 1906-09. — Pathol. 
City Hosp. Physician and City Bac- 
teriol. Auburn, N. Y. 

Davidson, Homer J.— S. B. Wabash 1899. 
and A. M. 1910; Res. Phys. Seattle 
General Hospital, Wash. 1905-06.— 
Physician, Amer. Bank Bldg. Seattle. 

Dodds, Solon Arthur — Ph. B. Wesleyan 
(Conn.), 1901; Interne in Obstet. and 
Asst. Res. Gvnecol. 1905-07 ; Physi- 
cian, Salisbury, N. C. 1907-10; Asst. 
in Obstetrics, 1912-14. — Physician, 
3101 Clifton Ave., Baltimore. 

Dowman, Charles Edward, Jr. — A. B. 
Emory 1901 ; Student, Vanderbilt 
1901 ; F. A. C. S. (1914) ; Path. Inst. 
Charlottenburg Krankenhaus, Berlin, 
1905-06 ; Vol. Asst. Univ. Chirurg. 
Klin. Breslau, 1906-07; Clin. Clk. 
Nat. Hosp. for Paralytics and Epilep- 
tics, London, 1907 ; Visit. Surg, and 
Pathol. Hillman Hosp. 1909-13; Prof. 
Pathol. B'ham Med. Coll. 1911-13; 
Surg. Hillman Hosp. Assoc. Surg. 
Grad. Dept. U. of Ala. 1913-15 — 
Instr. Clin. Surg. Emory Univ. and 
Surg. Atlanta, Ga. 

Eyster, John Augustine English— S. B. 
Maryland Agricultural 1899 ; Grad. 
Student, 1899-01 ; Fellow, Asst. Instr. 
and Assoc, in Physiol. 1905-08 ; Prof, 
of Pharmacol. Univ. of Virginia, Char- 
lottesville, 1908-10. — Prof. Physiol. 
Univ. Wis. Madison. 

Faris, Clifton Maupin — A. B. Leland 
Stanford, Jr. 1900 ; R. H. O. 1905-06 ; 
Asst. Dr. H. A. Kelly's Sanitarium 
(Bait.) 1906-07. — Surgeon, Sacra- 
mento, Cal. 

Ford, Frederick Reynolds— S. B. Colgate 
1901 ; R. H. O. 1905-06.— Pathol. St. 
Luke's Hosp. Physician, Utica, N. Y. 

Freeman, Allen Wier — S. B. Richmond 
1899; Grad. Student, 1900-1901; In- 
terne, Newark Citv Hosp. N. J. 1905- , 
06.— Asst. Com. Health, State of Va. 
Richmond. 

Gilman, Philip Kingsnorth — A. B. Leland 
Stanford Jr. Univ. 1901 ; Asst. in 
Oper. Surg. (H. L.) and Asst. Res. 
Surg. 1905-07 ; Asst. Prof. Path, and 

Prof. Surg. Philippine Gen'l Hosp. 
1907-12.— Prof. Surg. Coll. Med. and 
Surg. Univ. of Philippines ; Chief 
Surg. Philippine Gen'l Hosp. Manila, 
P. I. 

Grier, Sarah Mabel — (Mrs. C. B. Lesh- 
er), A. B. Buc knell 1901, and A. M. 
1904; Res. Phys. Syracuse Hosp. N. 
Y. 1905-06. — Med. Missionary, Amer. 
Baptist Mission, Swatow, China. 

Hale, Edith— (Mrs. W. B. Swift), A. B. 
Radcliffe 1901 ; Interne, New Eng- 
land Hosp. Roxbury, 1905-06 ; Grad. 
Student, Berlin, Ger. 1908-10. — Attend. 
Phys. N. Eng. Hosp. and Disp. and 
Physician, Boston. 



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*Hall, Francis Jenks— A. B. Yale 1899; 
Interne, Methodist Episcopal Hosp. 
Philadelphia, 1905-06. *May, 1913. 

Haller, Julius Theodore — S. B. Chicago 
1901; F. A. C. S., Grad. Student, Vi- 
enna, Austria 1910. — Physician, Secur- 
ity Bldg., Davenport, Iowa. 

Hempsted, Helen — A. B. Allegheny Coll. 
1900 ; Cornell 1900-01 ; Interne, N. 
Y. Infirm. 1905-06; Asst. Phys. Ba- 
bies' Hosp. N. Y. 1906-07.— Physi- 
cian, Euclid-Doan Bldg., Cleveland, O. 

Hepburn, Thomas Norval — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1900, and A. M. 1901 ; 
F. A. C. S., 1914; Interne, Hartford 
Hosp. Conn. 1905-07. — Asst. Surg. 
Hartford Hosp. and Surgeon, Hart- 
ford. 

Higgins, Reuben Paul — A. B. Cornell 
1902, and Med. Dept. 1900-02.— 
Ophthalmol. Cortland Hosp. and Chil- 
dren's Home, and Physician, Cort- 
land, N. Y. 

Hooker, Donald Russell — A. B. Yale 
1899 and M. S. 1901; Grad. Student, 
Berlin, 1905-06; Asst. Instr. and 
Assoc, in Physiol. 1906-10. — Mng. Edi- 
tor, Amer. Jour. Physiol, and Asso- 
ciate Professor. 

Houghton, Henry Spencer — Ph. B. Ohio 
State 1901 ; Asst. Rockefeller Insti- 
tute for Med. Research, N. Y. 1905- 
06; Phys. Wuhu Gen'l Hosp. China, 
1906-11. — Dean and Prof. Trop. Med. 
Harvard Med. Sch. of China, Shanghai. 

Lankford, Henry Marshall— A. B. West- 
ern Maryland 1901, and A. M. 1905. — ■ 
Physician, Princess Anne. 

Lawson, George Bilton — A. M. Randolph- 
Macon 1899; Res. Phys. Kings Co. 
Hosp. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1905-07.— Phy- 
sician, Roanoke, Va. 

Leopold, Eugene Joseph — A. B. 1901, 
Grad. Student. Berlin ; " Volunteer " 
Stadisches Krankenhaus, Munich, and 
Grad. Student, London, 1905-07. — 
Visit. Phys. Hebrew Hosp. Dispen. 
Phys. and Asst. in Clin. Med. and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Marine, David — A. B. Western Maryland 
1900 ; Grad. Student, 1900-01 ; Res. 
Pathol. The Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 
1905-06 ; Dmnstr. Neuropath. 1906. — 
Assoc. Prof. Exp. Med. Western Re- 
serve Univ. and Physician, Cleveland. 

Martelle, Henry Augustus — A. B. Bow- 
doin 1901 ; House Officer, Hartford 
Hosp. Conn. 1905-07.— Physician, 112 
High St., Hartford, Conn. 

McDonald, Archibald Leete — A. B. North 
Dakota 1901 ; Asst. Prof, in charge 
of Anat. Univ. of North Dakota, and 
Physician, Grand Forks, 1905-11. — 
Physician, Fidelity Bldg., Duluth, Minn. 

Meyer, Arthur William — B. S. Wiscon- 
sin 1898 ; Asst. and Instr. in Anat. 
1905-07; Asst. Prof. Anat. Univ. of 
Minn. Minneapolis, 1907-08; Prof. 
Anat. N. W. Univ. Med. Sch. Chicago, 



1908-09.— Prof. Human Anat. Stan- 
ford Jr. University, Stanford Univ. 
Cal. Palo Alto. 

Moss, William Lorenzo — S. B. Georgia 
1901 ; R. H. O. and Asst. Phys. J. H. 
Disp. 1905-07 ; Grad. Student, Berlin, 
1907 ; Instr. in Med. in charge Re- 
search Lab. Phipps Disp. 1908-10 ; 
Assoc, in Clin. Med. and Asst. Res. 
Physician, 1910-14. — Internist, State 
lnstn. Study Malig. Diseases, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Mumford, Eugene Bishop — S. B. Wiscon- 
sin 1901 ; Res. Phys. Children's Hosp. 
Boston, 1905-06 ; Interne, Governeur 
Hosp. N. Y. and Ship Surg. Booth 
Steamship Co. 1906-08. — Director, 
Bureau Contag. Diseases, City Board 
Health, 1908-12; Physician, Chil- 
dren's Aid Assn. Visit. Pediatrician, 
City Hosp. 1910-14; Res. Surg. Chil- 
dren's Hosp. Boston, 1913-14. — Asst. 
Clin. Pediatrics, Ind. Univ. Sch. Med. 
Orthop. Surg. City Hosp. ; Mbr. City 
Bd. Health ; Orthop. Surg. Indianapolis. 

Paullin, James Edgar, Jr. — A. B. Mercer 
1900, Grad. Student, 1900-01 ; Res. 
Pathol. R. I. Hosp. Providence, 1905- 
06; Asst. Prof. Pathol. Atlanta Coll. 
P. and S. Pathol. Ga. State Bd. 
Health, 1907-11 ; Asst. Visit. Physician, 
Grady Hosp. Adj. Prof. Med. Atlanta 
Med. Coll. 1913-15.— Prof. Clin. Med. 
Emory Univ. Atlanta, Ga. 

Rehberger, George Edward — A. B. 1901; 
Jr. Asst. Craig Colony for Epileptics, 
Sonyea, N. Y. 1906-09. — Physician, 
Ymir, B. C. Cana. 

Richardson, Edward Henderson — A. B. 
Hampden-Sidney 1900 ; Grad. Student, 
J. H. U. 1900-01 ; R. H. O. Asst. Res. 
and Res. Gynecol, and Instr. 1905-12. 
— Asst. Visit. Gynecol. ; Assoc, in Clin. 
Gynecol. Gynecol, in chg. and Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

Ricksher, Charles — S. B. Parsons Coll. 
(la.) 1901, M. S. 1905; Clin. Asst. 
Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hosp. Tow- 
son, 1905-06 ; Student, Munich and 
Zurich, 1906-07 ; Asst. Physician, Dan- 
vers State Hosp. Hathorne, Mass. 
1907-10; Chief of Clinic, Neurol. In- 
stitute, N. Y. City, 1910-11; Asst. 
in Clinical Psvchiatry, Manhattan 
State Hosp. Ward's Island, N. Y. 
1911-12 ; Asst. Physician, Kankakee 
State Hosp. Hospital, 111. 1912-13. — 
Pathol. State Psycopath. Inst. Kan- 
kakee, 111. 

Rindlaub, Martin Phillip, Jr. — B. L. Wis- 
consin 1896; Chicago 1897 and 1900; 
Berlin 1900-01.— Oculist, Fargo, N. D. 

Rous, Francis Peyton— A. B. 1900; R. H. 
O. 1905-06 ; Instr. in Pathol. Univ. 
of Mich. Ann Arbor, 1906-08 ; Asst. 
and Assoc. Rockefeller Inst. 1909-12. — 
Assoc. Member in Pathol, and Bact. 
The Rockefeller Inst, for Med. Re- 
search, N. Y. 



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Bchloss, Oscar Henderson — S. B. Alabama 
Polytechnic 1901 ; Res. Phys. Kings 
Co. Hosp. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1905-07; 
Res. Phvs. Nursery and Child's Hosp. 
N. Y. 1907-08.— Asst. Attend. Pedi- 
atrist, N. Y. Nursery and Child's 
Hosp. Attend. Phys. Childn. Disp. and 
Adj. Asst. Visit. Phvs. Childn's Ward, 
Bellevue; Asst. Pediatrics, Coll. P. & 
S. Columbia, and Physician, N. Y. 

Slocum, Robert Barnard — Ph. B. Roch- 
ester 1900, and Grad. Student 1900- 
01; R. H. O. 1905-06; Supt. Walker 
Mem. Hosp. Wilmington, 1906-08. — 
Surg. A. C. L. and Surgeon, Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 

Smead, Lewis Frederick — A. B. Wooster 
1901; Summer Sch. Wisconsin 1901; 
Senior Res. Phys. Union Protestant 
Infirmary, Baltimore, 1905-07. — Surg. 
St. Vincent's and Toledo Hospitals, 
and Physician, Toledo, O. 

Stone, Charles Walter — A. B. Washing- 
ton and Jefferson 1901, and A. M. 
1904 ; Interne and Res. Phys. Lake- 
side Hosp. Cleveland, 1905-08 ; 
Dmnstr. in Med. West. Reserve, 1908 ; 
Grad. Student, Berlin, Paris, London, 
1908-09 ; Instr. Nerv. Diseases, West- 
ern Reserve, 1909, and Lect. and Asst. 
Prof, of Nervous Diseases, 1910-12. — 
Visit. Neurol. Cleveland City Hosp. 
Physician in charge Disp. for Nervous 
Diseases, and Visit. Neurol. Lakeside 
Hosp. Visit. Pathol. Huron Road Hosp. 
and Physician, Cleveland. 

Towles, Caroline Benson — A. B. Woman's 
College of Baltimore 1893 ; Grad. 
Student, Prague, 1905-06 ; Asst. in 
Pediatrics, 1913-14.— Asst. Clin. Med. 
Disp. Phys. and Physician, Baltimore. 

Vander Hoof, Douglas — B. L. Dartmouth 
1901, and A. M. (Hon.) 1907; R. H. 
O. 1905-06. — Prof, of Med. Med. Coll. 
of Va. Attend. Phys. Mem. Hosp. Con- 
sult. Phys. Johnston Willis Hosp. and 
Physician, Richmond, Va. 

Whipple, George Hoyt — A. B. Yale 1900; 
Asst. and Assoc, in Pathol, and Asst. 
Res. Pathol. 1905-10 ; Pathol. Ancon 
Hosp. C. Z. 1907-08 ; Assoc. Prof, of 
Pathol, and Res. Pathol. 1910-14. — 
Director, Hooper Foundation Med. 
Resch. ; Prof. Resch. Med. U. of Cal. 
San Francisco. 

Wiel, Harry Isaac — A. B. Leland Stan- 
ford Jr. 1900 ; Student, Harvard 1901 ; 
R. H. O. 1905-06. — Adj. in Med. Mt. 
Zion Hosp. and Physician, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Youtz, Hiram LaMont — Ph. B. Brown 
1900, and A. M. 1901 ; Member of 
Staff, Moline City Hosp. Lect. Anat. 
City Hosp. Sec. Rock Island Co. Med. 
Soc. and Phvsician. Moline, 111. 1905- 
08.— Physician, Willow City, N. D. 



Rhea, Lawrence Joseph — S. B. Texas 
1901 ; 1st Asst. in Pathol. City Hosp. 
Boston ; Instr. in Pathol. Harvard. — 



Assoc. Prof. Path. McGill Univ. and 
Dir. Path. Lab. Montreal Gen. Hosp. 
Montreal, Canada. {Degree conferred 
February 22, 1906.) (54) 



Class Secretary — Edward H. Richardson, 
216 E. Preston St., Baltimore, Md. 



1906 

Adsit, Henry — A. B. Princeton 1902; 
Non-resident Surgeon, St. James' 
Hosp. Hornells, N. Y. — Surgeon, 127 
Allan St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Ainley, Frank C. — S. B. Drake 1902; 
R. H. O. 1906-07; House Physician, 
Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 1907-08; 
Asst. Res. Obstetrician, 1908-09 ; Asst. 
in Obstet. and Res. Obstetrician, 1909- 
10. — Physician, Brockman Bldg., Los 
Angeles. 

Appleton, Vivia Belle — A. B. Cornell 
1901, and Med. Dept. 1901-02; In- 
terne, N. Eng. Hosp. for Women and 
Children, and Grad. Student, Harvard 
1906-07 ; Grad. Student, London and 
Berlin, 1907-09 ; Interne, Babies' 
Hosp. New York, 1909-11; Grad. Stu- 
dent, Enfants Malades, Paris, 1911- 
12. — Asst. in Pediatrics, U. of Calif. 
San Francisco. 

Bancroft, Frederic Wolcott — A. B. Le- 
land Stanford Jr. 1902 ; Interne, The 
Roosevelt Hosp. N. Y. 1906-08; In- 
terne, The Sloane Maternity Hosp. N. 
Y. 1908-09. — Attend. Surg. Volunteer 
Hosp. Asst. Attend. Surg. N. Y. Hosp. 
Asst. in Surg. Columbia, and Phy- 
sician, New York. 

Bass, Herschel Winston — S. B. Alabama 
Polytechnic 1901, and M. S. 1902 ; 
Brad. Student, Berlin, 1906-07.— Phy- 
sician, Gadsden, Ala. 

Beall, Francis Cooke— S. B. Texas 1902; 
R. H. O. 1906-07, F. A. C. S.— Sur- 
geon, 1420 N. Bollinger St., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Beasley, Edward Bailey— A. B. 1902; Dr. 
P. H. Harvard 1911; Res. Phvs. The 
Leigh Hosp. Norfolk, Va. 1906 ; In- 
terne, Willard Parker Hosp. (N. Y. 
Health Dept.), and Asst. Surg. Wo- 
man's Hosp. N. Y. 1907. — Physician, 
2901 N. Calvert St., Baltimore. 

Beeuwkes, Henry — A. B. 1902; House 
Phys. and Surg. Hudson St. Hosp. N. 
Y. 1906-07; House Surg. N. Y. Hosp. 
1907-09.— Capt. Med. Corps, U. S. 
Army, Manila, P. I. 

Blackman, Julian Raymond — A. B. Ne- 
braska 1902 ; Asst. in Physiol. Wis- 
consin, Madison, 1906-08; Physician, 
Hastings, Neb., 1908-09 ; Asst. Res. 
Gynecol. 1909-10 ; Resident, Dr. 
Kelly's Private Hosp. Baltimore, 1910- 
12. — Physician, Hastings, Neb. 

Bogart, Phoebe May — (Mrs. Van Voast), 
A. B. Wellesley 1902; Interne, Wo- 
man's Hosp. Detroit, until Jan. 1907 ; 



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Interne, Syracuse Hosp. N. Y. 1907- 
08.— Asst. Children's Div. Presby- 
terian Hosp. Disp. Physician, New 
York. 
Brown, Edwards Bennett — A. B. Beloit 

1901 ; Wis. Coll. P. and S. 1901-03. — 
Physician, Beloit, Wisconsin. 

Burlingham, Louis Herbert — A. B. Yale 

1902 ; Med. House Officer, Mass. Gen'l 
Hosp. 1906-07 ; Asst. Res. Phys. Mass. 
Gen'l Hosp. Boston, 1907-12 ; Asst. 
Administr. Mass. Gen. Hosp. 1912. — 
Asst. Supt. Peter Bent Brigham Hosp. 
Boston. 

Byrnes, Charles Metcalfe — S. B. North 
Carolina 1902 ; Adj. Prof, of Anat. 
Virginia, Charlottesville, 1906-09. — 
Dispen. Neurol. Instr. in Clin. Neurol, 
and Physician, Baltimore. 

Caulk, John Roberts — A. B. St. John's 
1901 ; Georgetown 1901-02 ; Interne 
and 2d Asst. Res. Union Protestant 
Infirmary, 1906-07 ; Asst. Res. Surg. 
J. H. H. 1908-09 ; Asst. to Dr. Young, 
1907-10. — G.-U. Surg. St. Luke's Hosp. 
and Mullanphy Hosp. Instr. G.-U. 
Surg. Wash'g University ; Editor, In- 
terstate Med. Jour. Collab. Editor, 
Surg. Gynecol, and Obstet. and Sur- 
geon, St. Louis. 

Church, Franklin H. — A. B. Hamilton 
1902, and A. M. 1905 ; Interne, Utica 
General Hosp. 1906-07 ; Asst. Gyne- 
col. Utica Gen'l Hosp. Deputy Health 
Officer and Physician, Utica, N. Y. 
Physician in charge Univ. Penna. Ex- 
pedition to S. Amer. 1913-14.— Phy- 
sician, Boonville, N. Y. 

Cobb, Oren Howard — A. B. Harvard 
1902; Clin. Asst. Med. N. Y. P.-G. 
Hosp. 1906-07 ; Med. Inspect. Div. 
Child Hygiene, Dept. Health, N. Y. 
1907-08 ; Res. Phys. N. Y. State Hosp. 
for Care of Crippled and Deformed 
Children, W. Haverstraw, N. Y. 1909- 
12. — Supt. Syracuse State Inst, for 
Feebleminded Children, Syracuse. 

Coffen, T. Homer— S. B. Penn 1901, and 
M. S. 1905. — Instr. Clin. Pathol. Asst. 
in Med. Cornell Univ. Med. Coll. Asst. 
Visit. Phys. Bellevue Hosp. O. P. D. 
Asst. Visit. Phys. and Instr. in Medi- 
cine, the N. Y. Post-Graduate Hospital 
and Med. Sch. and Physician, N. Y. 
1906-1913. — Physician, Stevens Bldg., 
Portland, Ore. 

Cole, Herbert Phalon— A. B. St. Law- 
rence 1901 ; Student of Medicine, 
Minn. 1901-02 (F. A. C. S. 1914).— 
Assoc. Prof. Gynecol. Univ. Ala. and 
Gynecol. City Hosp. and Mobile In- 
firm, and Surgeon, Mobile. 

Crispin, Egrerton Lafayette — Ph. B. Illi- 
nois 1902 ; Res. Pathol, and Physi- 
cian, Penn. Hosp. Phila. 1906-10. — 
Med. Interne, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, 
Minn. 

Cross, Ernest Samuel — A. B. Dartmouth 
1901 ; R. H. O. 1906-07 ; Res. and 
Asst. Attend. Phys. Telfair Hosp. Sa- 



vannah, Ga. 1908-09 ; Med. Dir. and 
Chief of Staff, ibid. 1910.— Phys. in 
charge, Aiken Cottage Sanatorium, 
and Physician, Aiken, S. C. (Nov. to 
May). 

Cullen, Victor Francis — A. B. Rock Hill 
1902, A. M. 1906; Res. Surg. St. 
Joseph's Hosp. Baltimore, 1906-08. — 
Supt. Md. Tuberculosis Sanatorium, 
State Sanatorium. 

Day, Gaston— S. B. Florida State 1902; 
The New York Lying-in Hosp. (until 
Nov. 1906) ; House Surg. St. John's 
Riverside Hosp. Yonkers, N. Y. 1906- 
07. — Asst. in Surg. Duval Co. Hosp. 
and Physician, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Duffy, Richard Nixon — A. B. North Caro- 
lina 1902; R. H. O. 1906-07.— Phy- 
sician, New Bern, N. C. 

Ebersole, Francis Fisher — A. B. Cornell 
Coll. 1902 ; Interne, Kings Co. Hosp. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1906-08.— Physician, 
Mt. Vernon, Iowa. 

Gray, Eugene Price — A. B. North Caro- 
lina 1902 ; Interne, James Walker 
Memorial Hosp. Wilmington, N. C. 
1906-07. — City Physician, and Phy- 
sician, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Gray, Herbert Lee— A. B. Colby 1902; 
Interne, Lying-in Hosp. N. Y. (4 
mos.) ; Interne, Kingston Ave. Hosp. 
Dept. of Health, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
1906-07. — Deputy Surg. N. Y. Hosp. 
Clin. Asst. G.-U. Dept. N. Y. Poly- 
clinic Hosp. Chief Clin. G.-U. Dis- 
eases, Demmilt Disp. and Physician, 
N. Y. 

Griffith, Franklin Webb — A. B. Western 
Maryland 1902, and A. M. 1905; Ex- 
terne in Gynecol. 1906-07 ; Asst. Res. 
and Act. Res. Gynecol. 1907-11. — 
Surg, to Biltmore, Merriwether and 
Mission Hospitals, and Surgeon, Ashe- 
ville, N. C. 

Griswold, Arthur Heywood — A. B. Har- 
vard 1902 ; Interne, Hartford Hoso. 
Conn. 1906-08. — Asst. Pathol, and 
Bact. Hartford Hosp. Babies' Hosp. 
and Physician, Hartford, Conn. 

Hazen, Henry Honeyman — A. B. 1902; 
Externe in Dermatol. Chief Clinic, 
Freedman's Hosp. and Instr. Clin. 
Micpy. Howard Med. Sch. 1906-09 ; 
Asst. in Dermatol. J. H. U. 1912-14.— 
Prof. Dermatol. Howard Univ. ; Visit. 
Dermatol. Freedmen's Hosp. and 
Georgetown Univ. Hosp. Prof. Der- 
matol. Georgetown Univ. and Phy- 
sician, Washington, D. C. 

Helmholz, Henry Frederick — S. B. Wis. 
1902 ; Summer Quarter, Chicago, 
1902 ; Fellow in Pathol. 1906-07 ; 
Voluntar Asst. Children's Clinic, Ber- 
lin, 1907-09. — Asst. Prof. Ped. Rush. 
Med. Coll. Member, Otho S. A. Sprague 
Mem. Inst. Attend. Phys. St. Joseph 
and Child Hospitals ; Med. Dir. In- 
fant Welfare Soc. and Physician, Chi- 
cago. 



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Hennington, Charles William — S. B. 
Rochester 1902 ; R. H. O. and Asst. 
in Surg. Path. 1906-08. — Asst. Surg. 
Rochester Genl Hosp. Surg. Rochester 
State Hosp. ; Assoc. Editor, Buffalo 
Med. Journal, and Surgeon, Rochester, 
2s. V. 

Herrinton, Minerva — A. B. Cornell, la. 
1900; Grad. Student, Lewis Inst. 
(Chicago), 1902 ; Physician, Evening 
Disp. for Women and Children, Bal- 
timore, 1906-08. — 920 Farragut Ter- 
race, Phila. 

Hewitt, Joseph Henry — A. B. North 
Carolina 1899, and Med. Dept. 1901- 
02 ; Harvard Summer 1902 ; Res. 
Pathol. Charity Hosp. 1906-07, Lake- 
side Hosp. 1907-08 ; Dmnstr. Pathol. 
Univ. Minn. 1909-10; Pathol. Ga. 
State Sanitarium, Milledgeville, 1910- 
11 ; Pathol. St. Joseph and Children's 
Mem. Hospitals, Chicago, 1911-12 ; 
Prof. Pathol, and Bact. Bavlor Univ. 
Dallas, Texas, 1912-13.— Pathol. City 
Hosp. Cleveland, Ohio. 

Hinman, Frank — A. B. Leland Stanford. 
Jr. 1902 ; Lab. Asst. to Dr. Blood- 
good, J. H. H. 1906; Res. Surg. St. 
Luke's Hosp. Spokane, Wash. 1907- 
08 ; City Bacterid. Spokane, Wash. 
1910-12; Asst. Res. Surg. 1912-15.— 
Asst. Clin. Prof. Urology, Stanford 
Univ. ; Visit. Urol. City and Co. 
Hospitals, San Francisco. 

Hunt, Josephine Drummond — A. B. Ken- 
tucky 1S99, and A. M. 1902 ; In- 
terne, Hosp. for Women and Children, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 1906-07 ; Summer 
Interne, Babies' Hosp. N. Y. 1909. — 
Obstet. Good. Samaritan Hosp. and 
Phys. to House of Mercy, Clin. Asst. 
Tb. Disp. and Phvsician, Lexington, 

Ky. 

Hutchins, Elliott H.— A. B. St. John's 
1902, and A. M. 1906; F. A. C. S. 
Interne, Church Home and Infirmary, 
Bait. 1906-07; Res. Surg. Lakeside 
Hosp. 1907-08. — Visit. Surg. Church 
Home and Infirm, and Mercy Hosp. ; 
Asst. Disp. Suvg. and Physician, 2217 
St. Paul St., Baltimore. 

Ingraham, Clarence B. Jr. — Ph. B. Yale 
1902; Interne in Obstet. 1906-07; 
Asst. Dr. Kelly's Sanitarium, Balti- 
more, 1907-09. — Instr. in Obstet. and 
Asst. in Gynecol. Univ. of Colo. Ob- 
stet. St. Luke's ; Gynecol. Mercy Hosp. 
and Obstet. City and Co. Hosp. ; Surg. 
Children's Hosp. ; Med. Reserve Corps, 
U. S. A. and Physician, Denver, Col. 

Iaeman, Lawrence Lee — Ph. B. Lafayette 
1902 ; Res. Kensington Hosp. for Wo- 
men, Phila. 1906-08. — Clin. Asst. in 
Surg. N. W. Univ. Med. Sch. Asst. 
Surg. 111. Cent. R. R. and Physician, 
Chicago. 

Kellam, William Finney — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1902.— Physician, Onley, 
V». 



Kelley, Eugene Robert — A. B. Bowdoin 
1902; Interne, Carney Hosp. Boston, 
1906-07.— State Comm. Health Seattle, 
1911-15. — Dir. Div. Communicable 
Diseases, Mass. State Dept. Health, 
Boston. 

King, John Hendricken— A. B. 1899, and 
Grad. Student 1899-02 ; Vol. Asst. 
and Asst. in Med. 1906-08 ; Instr. and 
Assoc, in Pathol. 1908-13. — Asst. 
Disp. Phys. and Instr. in Clin. Medi- 
cine. 

Kingsbury, Mary Barker — A. B. Welles- 
ley 1899 ; Harvard Summer School 
1899; Interne, The Babies' Hosp. New 
York, 1906-07.— Probation Officer for 
Female Probationers, Co. of Schuylkill, 
and Physician, Pottsville, Pa. 

Krechting, Wilhelm Edmund Harmon — 
A. B. Princeton 1902 ; Asst. House 
Surg. N. Y. Lying-in Hosp. 1906-07 ; 
House Surg. J. Hood Wright Mem. 
Hosp. N. Y. 1907-09.— Physician, 422 
8th St. S. E., Washington, D. C. 

Langnecker, Harry Leslie — A. B. Leland 
Stanford Jr. 1901 ; R. H. O. 1906-07 ; 
Ortho. H. O. Mass. Gen'l Hosp. 1908; 
Asst. Ortho. Surg. Mass. Gen'l Hosp. 
1909-11 ; Asst. Res. Phys. and Asst. 
Ortho. Surg. ibid. 1911-14. — Asst. in 
Surg. Stanford Univ. San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Lee, Andre Edward — A. B. Leland Stan- 
ford Jr. 1902 ; Passed Asst. Surg. U. 
S. N. Mare Island Hosp. Calif. 1906- 
07; Naval Hosp. Canacao, P. I. 1907- 
08 ; Cruising Asiatic Sta. 1909 ; Mare 
Is. Hosp. Cal. 1910; P. A. Surg. U. 
S. N. Navy Recruiting Sta. Buffalo, 
N. Y. 1910-12. — Surgeon, Amer. Le- 
gation, Peking, China. 

Lewis, Joseph Stocking — A. B. Canisius 
1902; Grad. Student, Cornell Sum- 
mer 1902 ; Interne, German Hosp. N. 
Y. 1906-09.— Asst. Surg. Children's 
Hosp. and Attend. Surg. Buffalo State 
Hosp. and Physician, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Macht, David Israel— A. B. 1902; Har- 
vard Summer Sch. 1903, 1904 and 
1905; LL.B. Hamilton Coll. 1915; 
Vol. Asst. Klinik, Prof. Landau, Ber- 
lin, and Grad. work in Europe, 1900- 
07 ; Externe, Med. and Phipps Dispen- 
saries, 1908-09 ; Asst. in Gynecol. He- 
brew Hosp. 1908-10 ; Asst. in Med. 
1908-13; Coroner, N. W. Dist. 1912- 
14. — Gynecol. Jewish Hosp. for Con- 
sumptives ; Dispen. Phys. Instr. in 
Clin. Med. Lecture Asst. in Pharm. 
Resch. Fellow to Therapeut. to Coun- 
cil Phcy. and Chem. A. M. A. and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Marsden, George — Ph. B. Brown 1900. — 
Physician, New Bedford, Mass. 

Mason, Enoch Marvin — S. B. Alabama 
Polytechnic 1900, and M. S. 1901 ; 
R. H. O. 1906-07; Ala. State Bact. 
and Pathol. 1908-11. — Physician, Em- 
pire Bldg., Birmingham, Ala. 



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Meloy, Carl E.— A. B. Wittenberg 1902, 
and A. M. 1905 ; Instr. in Pathol. 
Univ. of Virginia 1906-07 ; Asst. in 
Pathol, and Asst. Res. Pathol, and 
Pathol. City Detention Hosp. Bayview, 
1907-08; Adj. Prof. Pathol. Univ. of 
Va. Charlottesville, 1908-10. — Pathol, 
and Director of Lab'y, Grace Hosp. 
Detroit, Mich. 

♦Moore, Robert Emory— A. B. 1902; In- 
terne, King's Co. Hosp. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 1906-08.— Asst. Visit. Surg. 
Samaritan Hosp. and Kings Co. Hosp. 
and Allied Hospitals of Brooklyn, and 
Physician, Brooklyn ; Clin. Asst. B.-U. 
Diseases, L. I. Coll. Hosp. (*Sept. 
13, 1913.) 

Morse, Arthur Henry— A. B. Tufts 1902; 
Harvard Medical Sch. Summer of 
1903; Res. Pathol. R. I. Gen'l, Pro- 
vidence, 1906-07 ; Asst. Res. Obstet. 
1907-08; Asst. Res. Surg. U. P. In- 
firm. 1908-09 ; Asst. Res. Obstet. 
1909-10 ; Res. Obstet. and Instr. in 
Obstet. 1910-11 ; Res. Surg. U. P. 
Infirm. 1912-13; Instr. Obstet. and 
Gynecol. Univ. of Calif, and Assoc. 
Gvnecol. Univ. Hosp. San Francisco 
1913-15.— Asst. Prof. Obstet. and Gy- 
necol. Yale Med. Sch. New Haven. 

Murdoch, Agnes Gordon — A. B. Woman's 
Coll. of Balto. 1902 ; Interne, New 
Eng. Hosp. Roxbury, Mass. 1906-07.— 
Med. Missionary Hwai Yuen via Tient- 
sin Pukow R. R. Anhwei, China. 

Nast, Marie Eleanor — (Mrs. W. B. 
Wherry), A. B. Woman's Coll. of 
Balto. 1902; Chicago 1902-03. — 759 
Ridgeway Ave., Cincinnati, O. 

Ortschild, John Francis — A. B. Leland 
Stanford, Jr. 1899 ; Asst. in Opera- 
tive Surg. (H. L.), 1906-07; Asst. 
Res. Surg. 1907-08. — 385 Vancouver 
St., Portland, Ore. 

Patek, Robert— S. B. California 1901; 
Interne, City and Co. Hosp. S. F. 
1906-07. — Asst. Surg. Emergency Hosp. 
and Physician, San Francisco. 

Pels, Isaac Rosenbaum — A. B. 1902; 
Externe in Med. 1907 ; Interne, U. 
P. 1. 1908. — Consult. Dermatol. Bait. 
Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp. Asst. in 
Clin. Dermatol. Dis.pen. Dermatol. 
Dermatol. Baltimore. 

Pfeiffer, Damon Beckett — A. B. Prince- 
ton 1902 ; Interne, The German 
Hosp. Phila. 1906-09; Pathol. Ger- 
man Hosp. Director, Clin. Lab. Pres- 
byterian Hosp. Surg. Abington Mem. 
Hosp. Instr. Surg. Univ. of Out-Pa- 
tient Dept. German Hosp. and Physi- 
cian, Philadelphia. 

Putts, Benjamin Swayne — A. B. 1902; 
Res. Phys. Allegheny Gen'l Hosp. Pa. 
1906-07 ; Phys. Mass. State Sana- 
torium, Rutland, 1907-08; Deputy 
Med. Dir. Penna. State So. Mt. Sana- 
torium, Mont Alto, Pa. 1909-11.— 
Physician, Erie, Pa. 



Rea, Ralph R.— S. B. Iowa State 1899. 
— Physician, 406 S. Main St. Los 
Angeles, Calif. 
Redewill, Francis Hamilton — S. B. Cali- 
fornia 1902 ; Interne, M. E. Hosp. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1906-07; Asst. Surg. 
Ft. Bayard, N. M. 1907-08; Student, 
Paris, 1910-11. — Asst. Chief Surg. 
Randolph R. R. Lines ; Phys. and 
Surg. Phoenix, Ariz. 
Ridgway, Richard Frederic Lot — A. B. 
Princeton 1898, and A. M. 1902; 
Res. Physician, Harrisburg Hosp. Pa. 
1906-07.. Disp. Surg, and Anaes- 
thetist, Harrisburg Hosp. 1909-12. — 
1st Asst. Phys. Penna. State Lunatic 
Hosp. Harrisburg. 
Russ, Henry Camp — A. B. Yale 1902; 
Res. Pathol. The Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, O. 1906-07; Asst. Supt. 
ibid. 1907-08. — Phys. in charge Lab. 
Charter Oak Private Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, Hartford, Conn. 
Sawyer, Harold Payne — S. B. Alabama 
1902 ; Asst. in Pathol. Bender Hy- 
gienic Lab. and Instr. in Pathol, and 
Bacterid. Albany Med. Coll. N. Y. 
1906-08 ; Instr. Pathol. Univ. and 
Bellevue Hosp. Med. Sch. 1908-09. — 
Pathol. Cohoes Hosp. City Bact. Co- 
hoes, and Physician, Troy, N. Y. 
Schorer, Edwin Henry — S. B. Wisconsin 
1902 ; Dr. P. H. Harvard 1912 ; Rocke- 
feller Inst, for Med. Research, N. Y. 
1906-07 ; Instr. in Pathol, and Bac- 
terid. Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, 
1907-08 ; Asst. Prof. Parasitology and 
Hygiene, ibid. 1908-09 ; Asst. Prof. 
Bacterid, and Pathol. Univ. of Kan- 
sas, Lawrence, 1909-10 ; Special In- 
vestigator Dept. Prevent. Med. and 
Hygiene, Harvard Med. Sch. Boston, 
1910-12.— Pediatrist, 3704 Charlotte 
St., Kansas City, Mo. 
*Seeley, Lamar— A. B. Williams 1902. 
Seem, Ralph Berger — Ph. B. Lafayette 
1902; Senior Res. Phys. St. Luke's 
Hosp. South Bethlehem, Pa. 1906-08; 
Supt. J. Walker Mem. Hosp. Wilming- 
ton, N. C. — Director of Dispensary and 
Asst. Supt. J. H. H. 
Sladen, Frank Joseph— A. B. Yale 1902; 
R. H. O. and Asst. Res. Phys. in 
charge Md. Bacteriol. Lab. Asst. in 
Med. 1906-08 ; Instr. in Med. and 
Asst. Res. Phys. 1908-10 ; Assoc, in 
Med. and Res. Phvs. and Med. Ad- 
viser to the Students, 1910-13; Chief 
Medical Clinic, Detroit, Gen'l Hosp. 
1913-14. — Phys.-in-Chf. The Henry 
Ford Hosp. Detroit. 
Sloan, Harry Gordon — A. B. Washington 
and Jefferson 1902 ; Res. Surg. Lake- 
side Hosp. Cleveland, 1906-09. — 
Dmnstr. Surg. Physiol. West. Res. Med. 
Dept. and Surgeon, Cleveland. 

Stone, Harvey Brinton— A. B. 1902; R. 
H. O. 1906-07 ; Adjunct Prof, of Surg. 
Univ. of Virginia, Charlottesville, 



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1907-10. — Assoc, in Surg. Coll. P. & 
S. Chief Surg. Md. Casualty Co. Instr. 
in Clin. Surg. Disp. Surg, and Sur- 
geon, Baltimore. 

Btrouse, Solomon— A. B. 1902; R. H. 0. 
1906-07 ; Phvs. O. P. D. Hebrew Hosp. 
1907-09.— Assoc. Pathol, and Attend. 
Phys. Michael Reese Hosp. 1909-12. — 
Instr. Clin. Med. Coll. of Med. Univ. 
of 111. Assoc. Attend. Phys. Michael 
Reese Hosp. and Physician, Chicago. 

Thacher, Henry Clarke — A. B. Yale 1902, 
M. S. 1904, and Med. Dept. 1902-03; 
H. O. Bellevue Hasp. N. Y. 1906-08; 
Dr. Thayer's Asst. J. H. H. 1909-10.— 
Assoc, in Med. Columbia Univ. Chf. 
Med. CI. Vanderbilt Clin. Asst. Visit 
Phys. Roosevelt and Lincoln Hospitals, 
Visit. Phys. Volun. Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, New York. 

Thompson, Philip Pickering — A. B. Dart- 
mouth 1902 ; Med. Sch. of Maine, 
1902-03; Interne, Carnev Hosp. Bos- 
ton, 1906-07. — Instr. Gynecol. Med. 
Sch. of Me. Adj. B.-U. Surg. Me. Gen'l 
Hosp. and Physician, Portland, Me. 

Torrey, Harry Norton— S. B. Knox 1900; 
Med. Dept. Mich. 1901-05, and A. M. 
1905 ; Asst. in Bacterid. 1904-05 ; 
Rockefeller Fellow Univ. of Mich. 
Summer of 1906. — Assoc. Surg. Har- 
per Hosp. Detroit, Mich. 

Waite, Willis Willard— S. B. Wisconsin 
1902; Pathol. Interne, City Hosp. 
Bla( kwell's Island, N. Y. 1906-07 ; 
Bacteriol. N. Y. City Dept Health, 
1907 ; Bureau of Health and St. Jo- 
seph's Hosp. and Physician, Syracuse, 
N. Y. — Director, El Paso Med. Lab. 
El Paso, Texas. 

Webb, Harold Randall — A. B. Bowdoin 
1902; Res. Phys. City Hosp. Wal- 
tham, Mass. 1906-08. — Physician, Ar- 
lington, Mass. 

White, George Howard, Jr. — A. B. 
Princeton 1902; R. H. O. 1906-07; 
Assoc. Prof. Phys.-Chem. and Clin. 
Path. U. of Md. and Coll. P. & S. and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Wilbur, Frederick Petheram — A. B. Wil- 
liams 1902 ; Interne, City Hosp. 
Blackwell's Island, N. Y. 1906-07 — 
Physician, Franklin, N. J. 

Winn, Nannie Lee — A. B. Woman's Coll. 
of Balto. 1900. — Physician, Clayton, 
Ala. 

Winter, John Arthur— A. B. Michigan 
1902 ; Interne, Lakeside Hosp. Cleve- 
land, 1906-07 ; Phys. and Surg. Calu- 
met and Hecla Mining Co. Hosp. Calu- 
met, Mich. 1907-08 ; Grad. Student in 
Europe, 1908-09 ; House Surg. 111. 
Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, 
Chicago, 1909-10. — Physician, Fidelity 
Bldg., Duluth, Minn. 

Winthrop, Gilman Joseph — A. B. Univ. 
of the South 1902 ; Interne, Gouver- 
neur Hosp. New York, 1906-08. — In6tr. 
in Surg. Univ. of Ala. and Surgeon, 
Mobile. 



Wolfort, Benjamin Edga* — S. B. Penn- 
sylvania 1902, and Med. Dept 1901- 
02 ; Interne, Kingston Av. Hosp. 
Brooklyn, 1906-07 ; Interne, Jewish 
Hosp. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1907-08.— Asst. 
Surg. Jewish Hosp. Asst. Orthoped. 
Surg. Kings Co. Hosp. and Brooklyn 
Hosp. and Physician, Brooklyn. 

Wolman, Samuel — A. B. 1902. — Instr. in 
Clin. Med. and Dispen. Physician, and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Wroth, Peregrine, Jr. — A. B. 1902; Res. 
Phys. Union Protestant Infirmary, 
Bait. 1906-08.— Surgeon, 131 W. 
Washington St., Hagerstown, Md. 



Straight, Persis Rosamond — A. B. Smith 
1902.— Physician, Bradford, Pa. (De- 
gree granted Nov. 5, 1906). (86) 



Class Secretary—Ralph B. Seem, Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 



1907 

Adkins, Merle Theron — S. B. Betoit 
1903 ; Interne, Union Protestant In- 
firmary, 1907-08 ; Interne, Church 
Home and Infirmary, 1912-14. — Physi- 
cian, Durham, N. C. 

Barnes, Francis Merriman, Jr. — A. B. 
Hamilton 1903; A. M. 1906; Asst 
Phys. and Dir. Clin. Lab. Sheppard 
and Pratt Hosp. Towson, 1907-10 ; 
Clin. Dir. Gov't Hosp. for Insane, 
Washington, D. C. 1910-13; Instr. 
Neurol, and Psych. George Washington 
Univ. 1911-13; Asst Prof. Nerv. and 
Ment Dis. St Louis Univ. 1913-14; 
Assoc, in Psychiatry, Wash. Univ. Med. 
Sch. 1914.— Neurol. St. Mary's Hosp. 
1913 ; Visit NeuroL and Psychiat St. 
Louis City Sanitar. and Infirm, and 
Physician, St Louis. 

Beifeld, Albert Henry— A. B. Harvard 
1902 ; Interne and Assoc. Attend Phys. 
Michael Reese Hosp. Chicago, 1907- 
14; Asst Pediatrics, N. W. Univ. 
1913-14; Instr. Pediatrics, Univ. 
Mich. Ann Arbor 1914-15. — Prof. Elect. 
Pediatrics, State Univ. Iowa, Iowa 
City. 

Birge, Edward Grant — S. B. Wisconsin 
1903 ; Bacteriol. Back River Disposal 
Wks. Colgate, Baltimore, 1907-11 ; 
Asst. Bacteriol. Penna. R. R. Co. Al- 
toona, Pa. 1911-12; Instr. Dept Pre- 
ventive Med. and Hygiene, Harvard 
Med. Sch. Boston 1912-15. — Asst 
Bact State Bd. Health, Tampa, Fla. 

Boyd, Montague Laffitte — Ph. B. Emory 
1903 ; Interne, Walker Mem. Hosp. 
Wilmington, N. C. 1907-08 ; Private 
Asst to Dr. H. H. Young, 1908-09; 
Asst Res. Surg. J. H. H. 1909-10.— 
Andrologist, Wesley Mem. Hosp. 
Assoc. Prof. Urology, Emory Univ. 
and Surgeon, Atlanta. 



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Bristol, Leverett Dale— S. B. Wesleyan 
(Conn.) 190S; Interne, Hartford 
Hosp. Conn. (summers), 1905-06; 
Instr. in Pathol, and Bacterid. Coll. 
of Med. Syracuse Univ. N. Y. 1907- 
08; Phys. St. Paul Free Med. Disp. 
Assoc. Phys. Univ. Hosp. and Clin. 
Asst. Med. Univ. Minn. Med. Dir. St. 
Paul Anti-Tub. Com. Sec'y Clin. Sec. 
Nat. Assn. Study and Prevention of 
Tuberculosis, and Physician, St. Paul, 
Minn. 1908-12 ; Assoc. Prof. Bact. and 
Dir. Bact. Lab. Med. Dept. Syracuse 
Univ. N. Y. 1912-14.— Prof. Bact. and 
Dir. Public Health Lab. Univ. N. 
Dak. Grand Forks. 

Brown, Chester Timothy — S. B. Rutgers 
1903; Interne, N. Y. Citv Hosp. 1907- 
08.— Physician, 177 N. Maple Ave., 
East Orange, N. J. 

Brown, Wade Hampton-<-S. B. Nashville 
1899, Chicago 1902-03 ; Interne, Union 
Protestant Infirmary, Bait. (until 
Sept. 1, '07) ; Instr. in Pathol. Univ. 
Virginia, Charlottesville, 1907-08; 
Instr. in Pathol. Univ. Wisconsin, 
Madison, 1908-10; Asst. Prof. Pathol. 
ibid. 1910-11; Prof. Histol. and Pa- 
thol. Univ. N. C. Chapel Hill, 1911- 
13. — Assoc. Member, The Rockefeller 
Inst, for Med. Resch. N. Y. 

Bullock, Frederick Dabney — S. B. Ky. 
State Coll. 1899; Interne, German 
Hosp. N. Y. 1907-08; Asst. Pathol. 
R. I. Gen'l Hosp. Providence, 1908- 
09 ; Asst. in Cancer Research, Colum- 
bia Univ. 1909-13. — Associate in Can- 
cer Research, Ibid. 

Burbeck, Edward Kimball — A. B. Dart- 
mouth 1903. — Physician, Salem, Mass. 

Burnside, Charles — Ph. B. Iowa Coll. 
1903 ; Interne, Passavant Mem. Hosp. 
Chicago, 1907-08. — Physician, Title 
Ins. Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Carson, Waid Edwin — A. B. Ohio Wes- 
leyan 1900 ; Spg. and Summer Qrs. 
Chicago 1903 ; Res. Phys. Allegheny 
Gen'l Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1907-08.— 
Physician, 212 N. Highland Ave., 
Pittsburgh. 

Chesnutt, James H. — A. B. Virginia 
1903; R. H. O. 1907-08.— Physician, 
Hot Springs, Ark. 

Clark, Eliot Round— A. B. Yale 1903; 
Asst. Instr. Assoc. 1907-14. — Prof. 
Anat. Univ. of Mo. Columbia. 

Clough, Paul Wiswall — S. B. Wisconsin 
1903; R. H. O. 1907-08; Asst. and 
instr. in Med. and Asst. Res. Phys. 
1908-11 ; Instr. in Med. in chg. of 
Biol. Div. of Med. Clinic, and Asst. 
Res. Phys. 1911-13. — Assoc, in Med. 
Res. Phys. and Medical Advisor to 
Students. 

Cort, Edwin Charles — A. B. Washington 
and Jefferson 1901, and A. M. 1904 ; 
Student, West. Penna. Med. Coll. 
1901-03; Externe in Med. 1907-08.— 
Med. Missionary, Chiengmai, Siam. 



Cronk, Fred Yohn — S. B. St. John's 
1903, and A. M. 1907 ; Interne, Lake- 
side Hosp. Cleveland, 1907-09 ; Res. 
Surg. St. Agnes' Hosp. Bait. 1909-10. 
— Surg, in Chief, M. E. Hosp. Guthrie, 
Okla. 

Cunningham, Robert Law — A. B. Wabash 
1901; R. H. O. 1907-08; Res. Phys. 
Barlow Sanatorium, Los Angeles, 1908- 
11; Instr. Physiol, and Phys. Chem. 
U. Calif. 1909-10 ; Instr. in Med. and 
Physical Diag. U. Calif. 1910-12; 
Attend. Phys. Los Angeles Co. Hosp. 
1911-14; Chief of Med. Dept. Selwyn 
Emmett Graves Dispen. U. Calif. 1911- 
14 ; Attending Physician, Barlow Sana- 
torium, and Physician, Los Angeles. 

Davidson, Cline Flemming — S. B. Wa- 
bash 1900; Illinois 1901-03; R. H. O. 
1907-08 ; Asst. Instr. Physiol. State 
Univ. Wash. 1908-09 ; Chief City Med. 
Inspec. Pathol. City Hosp. 1911-14. — 
Attend. Med. Clinic, Seattle Public 
Schs. and Physician, Seattle, Wash. 

Dernehl, Paul Herman — S. B. Wisconsin 
1903; Volun. Asst. Rostock, Ger- 
many, 1907-08 ; Asst. Ophthal. Clinic, 
Strassburg, 1908-09.— Ophthalmol. Mt. 
Sinai Hosp. and Physician, Milwau- 
kee. 

Dinsmore, William Wirt — S. B. Alabama 
Polytechnic 1903. — Physician, Deca- 
tur, Ala. 

Dochez, Alphonse Raymond — A. B. 1903; 
Rockefeller Student in Path. Physiol. 
J. H. U. 1908 ; Fellow in Path. Rocke- 
feller Inst, for Med. Res. 1909-10; 
Bacteriol. Hosp. of the Rockefeller 
Inst, for Med. Res. N. Y. 1911.— Res. 
Phys. and Assoc, in Medicine, ibid. 

Dunlap, Robert Weyer — A. B. Washing- 
ton and Jefferson 1903 ; Interne, West 
Penna. Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1907-08. — 
Med. Missionary, Amer. Presbyterian 
Mission, Chefoo, Shantung Prov. 
China. 

DuPree, Dan Hughes — S. B. Georgia 
1903 ; Grad. Student, Vienna, 1911 ; 
Exam. Phys. State Tb. Sanitarium ; 
Director of Clinics, Univ. of Ga. Au- 
gusta, 1913. — Phys. to U. of Georgia, 
and Physician, Athens, Ga. 

Gatch, Willis Dew— A. B. Indiana 1901: 
R. H. O. 1907-08; Asst. Res. Surg, 
and Asst. in Surg. 1908-11. — Prof, of 
Surg. Med. Sch. Univ. of Ind. In- 
dianapolis. 

Graber, Henry — A. B. Ursinus 1903 ; 
Res. and Chief Res. Phys. Presby- 
terian Hosp. Philadelphia, 1907-10. 
— Physician, Royersford, Pa. 

Greene, Inslee Blair — Ph. B. Yale 1902; 
Interne, M. E. Hosp. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
1907-08; Res. Phys. Seattle, Mu- 
nicipal Hosp. 1909. — Physician, Cen- 
tral Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 

Guthrie, Clyde Graeme — A. B. Lafayette 
1903; R. H. O. 1907-08; Instr. in 
Med. 1908-13 ; Assoc, in Med. in Clin. 



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195 



Lab. 1913-14. — Asst. Res. Physician 
and Assoc, in Med. 

Hahn, Milton — A. B. Harvard 1903; 
Interne, Mt. Sinai Hosp. New York, 
1907-09.— Visit, and Attend. Ped. 
Freedman's Hosp. and Physician, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Harrison, Aleck Perkins— A. B. Florida 
State Coll. 1899 ; Res. Phys. St. Agnes 
Hosp. Bait. 1907-08; Res. Phys. 
"Camp Greenbrier," Alderson, W. Va. 
(Summer of 1908) ; Private Phys. 
abroad, Summer, 1909 ; Phys. and 
Pathol. Springfield State Hosp. Md. 
1909-10; Phys. Milwaukee, 1910-11. — 
Physician, Madison, Ind. 

Hazlehurst, Franklin. Jr.— A. B. 1903; 
Act. R. H. O. 1907-08 ; Volun. Asst. 
Ear Clinic, Univ. of Strassburg, 1909- 
10 ; Asst. Surg, and Chief of Disp. 
Clinic, Presbyterian Hosp. Asst. in 
Clin. Laryn. and Asst. Disp. La^Ti. 
and Physician, Baltimore. 

Hellenbrand, Ralph Wellington — A. B. 
Bowdoin 1903. — Res. Surg. New York 
Hosp. N. Y. 

Hellweg, Elizabeth Singley — A. B. Wo- 
man's Coll. (Bait.) 1899.— Asst. 
Phvs. Manhat. State Hosp. Ward's 
Island, N. Y. 

Henry, Gladys Rowena — (Mrs. George F. 
Dick), S. B. Nebraska 1909; R. H. O. 
1907-08; Asst. Res. Phvs. 1908-09; 
Assoc, in Path. Rush Med. Coll.— 
911 Michigan Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Heuer, George Julius — S. B. Wisconsin 
1903; R. H. O. Asst. Res. and Res. 
Surg. 1907-14. — Assoc. Surgeon. 

Hill, Eben Clayton— A. B. 1903; Grad. 
Student, Freiburg, Summer,, 1904, 
1906 ; Res. Phys. Camp Champlain, 
Burlington, Vt. 1907-08 ; Asst. in 
Anat. 1907-08 ; 1st Lieut. Med. Res. 
Corps, 1908-09; Grad. Army Med. 
Srh. 1909 ; 1st Lieut. 1909-11 ; Capt. 
Med. Corps, U. S. Army, 1912 (Re- 
tired, 1913).— Pathol, and Radiol. 
Vas6ar Hosp. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Hincher, Charles Lane — S. B. Rochester 
1903 ; Interne, Park Ave. Hosp. Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 1907-08.— O. P. D. Roch- 
ester Gen'l Hosp. and Physician, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 

Hopkins, Joseph Gardner — A. B. Colum- 
bia 1902; R. H. O. 1907-08; Asst. 
Prof. Bact. Columbia Univ. N. Y. 

Kelley, Herbert Lester — A. B. Dart- 
mouth 1903 ; Asst. Surg. U. S. Navy 
1907-10; Passed Asst. Surgeon, U. S. 
Navy, Washington, D. C. 

Krause, Allen Kramer — A. B. Brown 
1901, and A. M. 1902, and Grad. Stu- 
dent 1902-03 ; Asst. and Instr. in 
Pathol. 1907-09. — Asst. Saranac Lab. 
for Study of Tuberculosis, Saranac 
Lake. 

Law, Sally Porter — (Mrs. Alexius Mc- 
Olannan), A. B. Bryn Mawr 1903. — 
114 W. Franklin St., Baltimore. 



Lyon, Bethuel Boyd Vincent — A. B. Wil- 
liams 1903 ; Res. Phys. German Hosp. 
Phila. 1907-09; Dmnstr. in Med. Jeff. 
Med. Sch. 1909-15; Chf. Clinic, Gas- 
tro-Enter. Dept. Jeff. Hosp. 1913-15.— 
Pathol. Methodist Hosp. Asst. Pathol. 
German Hosp. and Physician, Phila- 
delphia. 

McLaughlin, Perry William — A. B. Penn- 
sylvania Coll. 1903. — Physician, New- 
ville, Pa. 

Malone, Edward Fall — A. B. Vanderbilt 
1 903 ; Clin. Asst. Sheppard-Pratt Hosp. 
Towson, 1907 ; Student, Berlin, Ger- 
many, 1907-10. — Assoc. Prof, of Anat. 
Univ. of Cincinnati, O. 

Orchard, Norris Gray — S. B. Fargo Coll. 
1903 ; Interne, Rochester Gen'l Hosp. 
Rochester, N. Y. 1907-08. — Member 
Jr. Med. Staff, Rochester Gen'l Hosp. 
and Physician, Rochester. 

Owens, Fred Thomas — A. B. Hamilton 
1903, A. M. 1906; House Phys. City 
Hosp. and St. Luke's, N. Y. 1907-08. 
— Surg, to Gen'l Hosp. ; Surg, to 
Utica Disp. and Physician, Utica, 
N. Y. 

Palmer, Charles Benjamin — A. B. Har- 
vard 1901 ; Med. Interne, Manhattan 
State Hosp. (6 mos.) ; Interne, N. Y. 
Post-Graduate Hosp. 1908-10; Phys. 
Las Chispas Mine, Sonora, Mexico, 
1910-11.— Lieut. U. S. A. Med. Res. 
Corps and Physician, Phoenix, Ariz. 

Parsons, William Turner — A. B. 1903; 
Asst. Surg. Bait. Eye, Ear and Throat 
Hosp. and Surg. Bait. 1907-15. — Sur- 
geon, Washington, D. C. 

Pauli, William Otto — A. B. Cincinnati 
1902; Asst. Biol. 1902-03; R. H. O. 
1907-08. — Instr. Obstet. Dmnstr. in 
Clin. Micpv. Ohio-Miami Med. Coll. 
1909-11. — Physician, 3442 Burch Ave., 
Cincinnati. 

Peirce, George — A. B. Haver ford 1903; 
M. A. and Ph. D. Berlin 1912; Res. 
Phys. Dr. Grenfell's Hosp. St. An- 
thony, Newfoundland, 1907 ; Res. 
Thys. Penna. Hosp. Phila. 1908-09 ; 
Grad. Student, Berlin, Germany, 1910- 
12 ; Asst. in Physiol. Univ. Wisconsin, 
1912-13, and Instr. in Pharmacol, ibid. 
1913-14. — Instr. in Urol, in chg. 
Chem. Lab. Brady Urological Clinic. 

Pessagno, Eugene Leo — A. B. 1903; In- 
terne, St. Joseph's Hosp. 1907-08: 
Asst. in Med. 1908-09. — Physician, 
2314 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore. 

Plaggemeyer, Harry Ward— A. B. 1903; 
Interne, Kings County Hosp. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 1907-09; Res. Surg. St. 
Mary's Hosp. for Children, N. Y. 1909- 
10; Asst. Res. Surg. B.-U. Dept. J. 
H. H. 1910-13.— Attend. Surg. Grace 
Hosp. and Dir. Dept. Urological Surg. 
Detroit Gen'l Hosp. Detroit, Mich. 

Preble, Paul — A. B. Bowdoin 1903; 
Res. Surg. St. Agnes Hosp. Bait. 
1907-08.— Passed Asst. Surg. U. S. 



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P. H. Ohio River Investigation, Cin- 
cinnati. 
Eandall, Alexander — A. B. St. John's 

1902, and M. A. 1907; Grad. Student 
1902-03; Interne, German Hosp. Phila- 
delphia, 1908-09 ; Asst. to Dr. Young, 
Bait. 1909-10; Asst. Res. Surg. 1910- 
11.— Asst. Surg. G.-U. Disp. U. of Pa. 
Asst. Instr. Surg. U. of Pa. Consult. 
Surg. Germantown Hosp. and Surgeon, 
Philadelphia. 

Ray, Daniel Pattee — A. B. Dickinson 

1903, A. M. 1908; Res. Phys. Mc- 
Keesport Hospital, Pa. and West Penna. 
Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1907-08. — Physician, 
Johnstown, Pa. 

Rhodes, Clarence Adair — A. B. Randolph- 
Macon 1903 ; Interne, St. Vincent's 
Hosp. N. Y. 1907-08; Interne, Wil- 
lard Parker Hosp. (3 mos.) ; Res. 
Phys. N. Y. Foundling Hosp. 1909- 
10; House Phys. (St. John's Guild), 
Sea Side Hosp. New Dorp. S. I. N. Y. 
1910-11. — Attend. Phys. Wesley Mem. 
Hosp. ; Pediatrist, Grady Hosp. ; Phys.- 
in-Chief, Atlanta Children's Home ; 
Phys.-in-Chief, Wesley House Free 
Clinic for Children ; Attend. Phys. 
City Hosp. Contagious Diseases, and 
Physician, Atlanta, Ga. 

Riley, Charles Woodward— A. B. 1903; 
Interne, Woman's Hosp. of the State 
of N. Y. N. Y. City, 1907-08; In- 
terne, Riverside Hosp. N. Y. and 
Kingston Ave. Hosp. Brooklyn, 1908- 
09. — Physician, 1113 Madison Ave., 
Baltimore. 

Ross, Mary Jane— A. B. Cornell 1898, 
and Ph. D. 1902 ; Woman's Med. Coll. 
of Penna. 189S-99 ; A. M. Pennsyl- 
vania 1900 ; Interne, Babies' Hospital, 
New York, June-Oct. 1907; Res. 
Pathol. St. Luke's Hosp. New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 1907-09. — Physician, Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 

Sandrock, Edgrar Poe— A. B. 1903; Res. 
Phys. St. Agnes Hosp. Bait. 1907-09; 
Differentiator, J. H. Disp. 1911-12.— 
Asst. Disp. Phys. Dept. Gastro-Intest. 
and Physician, Bait. 

Schumacher, Hiram Sibley — Ph. B. 
Rochester 1903 ; House Officer, Roch- 
ester Homeopathic Hosp. N. Y. 1907- 
08. — Asst. Attend. Phys. Rochester 
Homeo. Hosp. and Med. Disp. and 
Physician, Rochester. 

Scofield, Raymond Brown — S. B. Roch- 
ester 1902; Asst. Surg. U. S. P. H. 
and M. H. Service, Stapleton, S. I. 
N. Y. 1907-09 ; Asst. and House Surg. 
J. Hood Wright Mem. Hosp. N. Y. 
1908-09. — Med. and San'y Advisor, 
Riverdale Health League, N. Y. C. 
Thys. Yonkers Tb. Hosp. and Disp. 
Asst. Phys. Sherman Mem. Disp. and 
Physician, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Shallenberger, Will Farquhar — A. B. 
Washington and Jefferson 1903, and 
A. M. 1912; R. H. O. 1907-08; Asst. 
Res. Phys. 1908-09; Asst. Res. Gy- 



necol. 1909-10 ; Res. Surg. Hosp. for 
Women of Md. 1910-11. — Con. Gyne. 
Flor. Crittenden Home ; Visit. Gyn. 
Grady Hosp. and Clinic ; Gynecol. 
Wesley House, Assoc. Prof. Gyne. 
Emory Univ. and Gynecologist, At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Smith, Georsre Arthur— A. B. Yale 1903; 
Interne, The Hartford Hosp. 1907-08. 
— Physician, Stepney, Conn. 

Smith, Joseph Tate, Jr. — A. B. 1903; 
R. H. O. and Asst. Res. Obetet. 1907- 
09 ; Res. Gynecol. Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1909-10. — Dmnstr. in Gyn. 
West. Reserve, and Physician, Cleve- 
land. 

Souder, Charles Granville — S. B. Ohio 
State 1903.— Chief of Staff, Thaliary 
Tuber. Disp. and Physician, Toledo, O. 

Stubenrauch, Charles Henry — A. B. 1903; 
Asst. Res. Phys. Church Home and 
Infirmary, Baltimore, 1907-08 ; Asst 
in Med. 1908-10. — Physician, Havana, 
Illinois. 

Turkingrton, Charles Henry — Ph. B. Yale 
1903 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn. 
1908-09. — Physician, Litchfield, Conn. 

Watson, Percy Theodore — A. B. Carle- 
ton 1903; R. H. O. 1907-08.— Med. 
Missionary, Fenchow, Shansi, China. 

White, William Henderson— A. B. Dick- 
inson 1903 ; Interne, Paterson Gen'l 
Hosp. N. J. 1907-08 ; Interne, River- 
side Contag. Hosp. North Bros. Is. N. 
Y. 1908-09; Hosp. Phys. N. Y. City 
Board of Health, Otisville Sanatorium, 
Otisville, N. Y. 

Winternitz, Milton Charles — A. B. 1903; 
Fellow, Asst. Instr. and Assoc, in 
Pathol. 1907-14.— Asst Pathol. J. H. 
H. and Assoc. Prof, of Pathology ; 
Pathol. City Hosp. Bayview. 



Gilbert, George Burton — A. B. Yale 
1903; Interne, Hartford Hosp. (Mar. 
to June), 1908; Res. Phys. Cragmor 
Sanatorium, Colorado Spgs. 1909-10. — 
Director, Webb. Tub. Research Lab. 
Consult. Phys. Cragmor and Sunny- 
crest Sanatoria, and Physician, Colo. 
Spgs. Colo. (Degree granted Feb'y 
22, 1908.) 

Hartman, George W. — S. B. California 
1903; Res. Phys. The French Hosp. 
N. Y. 1907-08; House Surg. Flush- 
ing Hosp. Flushing, N. Y. 1908-09.— 
Adj. in G.-U. Surg. German Hosp. 
Staff S. F. Polyclin. and S. F. Hosp. 
and Physician, San Francisco, Cal. 
(Degree granted February 22, 1908.) 

Partridge, Carroll Dunham — S. B. Ver- 
mont 1900 ; Instr. Chicago Summer 
Qrs. 1904-05; Asst. Cornell 1900-02; 
Carnegie Research Asst. in Organic 
Chem. 1907-08; Pathol. Thos. Wilson 
Sanitarium, Md. 1907-08 ; Pathol. 
State Infirmary, Tewksbury, Mase.. 
1908-10; Path. Albany Hosp. and 



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Asst. in Path. Albanv Med. Sch. Al- 
bany, N. Y. 1910-11; Prof. Pathol, 
and Bact. Univ. Ba. Med. Coll. ' Au- 
gusta, 1911-13.— Asst Baet. U. of 
Mkh. Ann Arbor. {Degree granted 
February 22, 1908.) 

Shore, Clarence Albert — S. B. North 
Carolina 1901, M. S. 1902, and Med. 
Dept. 1903-04. — Director, State Lab. 
Hygiene, Raleigh, N. C. {Degree 
granted January 6, 1908.) 

Tuttle, Lucius— A. B. Yale 1901; Mi- 
croscopist, Univ. Hosp. Disp. 1907- 
09 ; Asst. Dmnstr. Pathol. Univ. of 
Penna. 1908-10; Dmnstr. Physiol. Jef- 
ferson Med. Coll. 1910-14. — Assoc, in 
Physiol, and Physics, ibid, and Dir. 
Jeff. Physical Lab. Philadelphia (Al- 
dan, Pa.). {Degree granted April 1, 
1907.) 

Wile, Udo Julius— A. B. Columbia 1904, 
and Med. Dept. 1903-04 ; Vol. Asst. 
Dermatol. Clinic, Berlin, 1908-09 ; 
Chief Clinic in Dermatol, and Sy- 
philis, Beth Israel Hosp. Attend. Der- 
matol. Hebrew Infant Asylum ; Instr. 
Dermatol, and Syph. P. G. Med. Sch. 
and Hoap. and Physician, N. Y. 1909- 
12. — Prof. Dermatol, and Syphilol. 
Univ. Mich. Ann Arbor. {Degree 
granted January 6, 1908.) (76) 



Claw Secretary — Clyde G. Guthrie, Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

1908 

Appelbaum, Solomon J. — A. B. Roch- 
ester 1904 ; Interne, West. Penna. 
Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1908-09. — Asst. 
Phys. Gen'l Hosp. Disp. Phys. Roch- 
ester Social Settlement, and Physi- 
cian, Rochester, N. Y. 

Branch, Joseph Robson Bromwell — A. B. 
1904; R. H. O. 1908-09; Med. Supt. 
The Macon Hosp. Macon, Ga. 1909-10. 
— Attend. Gynecol, to Macon Hosp. 
and Gynecol. Macon, Ga. 

Brenizer, Addison Gorgas, Jr. — A. B. 
North Carolina 1904 ; Med. Student, 
ibid, 1903-04 ; Krebs Inst. Heidelberg, 
Summer, 1907 ; Interne, Univ. of 
Heidelberg, Germany, 1908-09 ; Ex- 
terne, Univ. Vienna, 1909 ; Res. Surg. 
in charge Amer. Hosp. Paris, 1909- 
11. — Surgeon, Charlotte, N. C. 

Brotherhood, James Stewart — S. B. Dart- 
mouth 1904; R. H. O. 1908-09; Asst. 
Res. Phys. and Asst. in Med. 1909- 
10; Res. Phys. Svdenham Hosp. Bait. 
1910-11; Res. Phys. Wash. Univ. 
Hosp. and Asst. in Med. Wash. Univ. 
St. Louis, Mo. 1911-12; Assoc. Phys. 
Clifton Spgs. Sanitarium, N. Y. 1913- 
15. — Pathol. Butterworth Hosp. and 
Physician, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Bryant, Carl Herbert— Ph. B. Yale 1904; 
Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn. 1908- 
10. — Physician, Bryant Bldg., Kansas 
City, Mo. 



Burns, Jonathan Edward, Jr. — A. B. 
Virginia 1904 ; Interne, Union Prot- 
estant Infirmary, Baltimore, 1908-09.— 
A6st. Res. and Disp. Urologist. 

Carstens, Christian Frederick — A. B. 
Lake Forest 1901 ; Interne, City Hosp. 
N. Y. 1908-09. — Physician, Keewatin, 
Minn. 

Clarke, Ralph DeBallard— A. B. N. Y. 
Univ. 1904 ; Interne, Post-Grad. Hosp. 
N. Y. 1908-10; House Phys. Home 
for Convales. Babies, Sea Cliff, L. I. 
N. Y. 1910-11 ; Res. Surg. Nances Cay 
Hosp. Bocas del Toro R. de Panama, 
1911-12. — Asst. in Pediatrics, New 
Haven Disp. and Physician, West 
Haven, Conn. 

Cooke, Jean Valjean— A. B. West Vir- 
ginia 1903, and Yale 1904 ; Harvard 
Med. Sch. (Summer), 1906; Instr. 
Pathol. Univ. and Bellevue Hosp. Med. 
Sch. N. Y. 1908-10; Res. Pathol. 
Penna. Hosp. Phila. 1910-11; Instr. 
Pathol. Tulane Univ. and Jr. Pathol. 
Touro Infirm. New Orleans, La. 1911- 
12. — Asst. Prof. Pathol, and Dir. Lab. 
Animal Exp. Univ. of Calif, and 
Pathol. Univ. Hosp. and San Fran- 
cisco Hosp. San Francisco. 

Coolahan, Edward Vincent — A. B. Rock 
Hill 1903; Res. Phvs. St. Vincent's 
Hosp. St. John's Build, 1910; Res. 
Hosp. N. Y. 1908-10.— Phys. Floating 
N. Y. Foundling Hosp. 1910-11.— 
Asst. Disp. Phys. and Physician, Balti- 
more. 

Coughlin, Frederick Aloysius — A. B. 
Brown 1904 ; Interne, City Hosp. Bos- 
ton, 1908-10 ; Res. Surg. Carney Hosp. 
Boston, 1910-13.— Asst. Surg. St. 
Joseph's Hosp. and Surgeon, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Crowe, Samuel James — A. B. Georgia 
1904; Asst. in Surg. (H. L.), 1908- 
09 ; Asst. Res. Surg, and Asst. in 
Surg. 1909-12.— Laryn. in Chg. and 
Assoc, in Clin. Laryngology. 

Deming, Edward Adams — Ph. B. Yale 
1904 ; Interne, N. Y. Health Dept. 
to Jan. 1, 1909 ; Interne, Hartford 
Hosp. Conn. 1909-10. — Physician, 
Spring St., Hartford. 

"Denison, Henry Strong — A. B. Cornell 
1905 ; Interne, Mass. Gen'l Hosp. Bos- 
ton, 1908-09. 

Denner, William Reuben S. — A. B. 
Penna. Coll. 1904, and A. M. 1907; 
Interne, West. Penna. Hosp. Pitts- 
burgh, 1908-09 ; Asst. in Clin. Pathol. 
Univ. Pittsburgh, 1909-10; Res. Pa- 
thol. St. Francis' Hosp. Pittsburgh, 
1909-12. — Physician, Manchester, Md. 

Derge, Herman Ferdinand — A. B. Wis- 
consin 1904 ; R. H. O. 1908-09.— 
Surgeon, Eau Claire, Wis. 

Drinkard, Robert Uriel— S. B. Virginia 
Polytech. 1904 ; Interne, Nursery and 
Child's Hosp. N. Y. 1908-10.— School 
Inspector and Surgeon, Wheeling, 
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Duke, William Waddell— Ph. B. Yale 
1904; R. H. O. Mass. Gen'l Hosp. 
Boston, 1908-10; Grad. Student, Vi- 
enna and Tubingen 1910-11. — Prof. 
Exp. Med. Univ. of Kansas, and Phy- 
sician, Kansas City, Mo. 

Evans, Herbert McLean— S. B. California 
1904; Med. Dept. 1904-05; Asst. 
Instr. Assoc, and Assoc. Prof, of Anat. 
1908-15.— Prof, of Anat. Univ. of 
Calif. Berkeley. 

Flanagan, James Thomas— A. B. Mt. St. 
Mary's 1903, and A. M. 1905; Grad. 
Student 1903-04; Interne, Kings Co. 
Hosp. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1908-10 ; Adj. 
Visit. Obstet. Kings Co. Hosp. 1912 ; 
Clin. Asst. Surg. L. I. Coll. Hosp. 
1911-12.— Asst. Visit. Phys. Kings 
Co. Hosp. and Physician, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Frow, James Richard — A. B. Lafayette 
1904; Grad. Student, Wisconsin, Sum- 
mer, 1905 ; Interne, Wilkes-Barre City 
Hosp. Pa. 1908-09 ; Asst. Surg. South- 
ern Branch Nat'l Home for Disabled 
Volun. Soldiers, Nat'l Soldiers' Home, 
Va. 1909-12. — Citrus Grower, Zolfo, 
De Soto Co. Fla. 

Fuerbringrer, Ralph Ottomar — A. B. 1904; 
R. H. O. 1908-09; Asst. Surg. Clinic, 
Univ. of Marburg, 1910-11. — Physi- 
cian, Saginaw, Mich. 

Grimm, Randolph Macon — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1902, and A. M. 1903 ; 
Bacterid. State Lab. Hygiene, Ra- 
leigh, N. C. (Oct. 1908) ; Asst. Surg. 
U. S. P. H. and M.-H. Service, 1908- 
12.— Passed Asst. Surg. U. S. P. H. 
Service ; Med. Officer in chg. U. S. 
Pellagra Hosp. Spartanburg, S. C. 

Grove, William Edward — A. B. Wiscon- 
sin 1904 ; Instr. in Pharmacol. Univ. 
of Wisconsin, Madison, 1908-09 ; Res. 
Phys. Clifton Spgs. Sanitarium, N. Y. 
1909-11; Student in Berlin, 1911-12. 
— Physician, Wells Bldg., Milwaukee, 
Wis. 

Gundrum, Frederick Fretageot — A. B. 
Leland Stanford, Jr. 1903; R. H. O. 
1908-09 ; Dmnstr. in Anat. Univ. of 
Pittsburgh, and Res. Surg. St. Francis' 
Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1909-10; Dir. N. 
Calif. Bch. State Hygienic Lab. 1912- 
15; Vice-Pres. State Bd. Med. Ex. 
1913-15 ; Cons. Phys. Sacramento Co. 
Hosp. Mem. State Bd. Health, and 
Physician, Sacramento, Cal. 

Haas, Sylvan Lewis — S. B. California 
1904 ; Res. Pathol. Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1908-10; Interne, Lane 
Hosp. 1909-10. — Asst. in Surg. Stan- 
ford Univ. and Physician, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Hanes, Frederic Moir — A. B. North Caro- 
lina 1903 ; A. M. Harvard 1904 ; 
Student Leipzig and Freiburg 1905- 
06 ; R. H. O. 1908-09 ; Assoc, in 
Pathol. Coll. P. and S. Columbia, and 
Assoc. Visit. Pathol. Presbyterian 
Hosp. N. Y. 1912-13 ; Asst. Res. Phys. 



Rockefeller Hosp. N. Y. — Physician, 
O. P. D. Wash. U. Hosp. and Instr. 
in Neurol. Washington U. St. Louis. 

Hanson, Henry— A. B. So. Dakota 1902; 
Asst. Chem. Lab. 1902-04 ; Asst. Supt. 
and Pathol. Milwaukee Co. Hosp. Wau- 
watosa ; Pathol. Trinity Hosp. and 
Assoc. Prof. Pathol. Milwaukee Med. 
Sen. Wis. 1908-09; Prof. Clin. Miepy. 
Wis. Coll. P. and S. 1909.— Director, 
Bact. Lab. State Board of Health, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Harrison, Paul Wilberforce — A. B. Ne- 
braska 1905, and Med. Dept. 1903- 
05 ; Interne, Mass. Gen'l Hosp. Bos- 
ton, 1908-09. — Medical Missionary, 
Kuwait, Persian Gulf, Arabia, via 
Bombay. 

Higgins, William Harry — A. B. Central 
(Ky.) 1904; Interne, Allegheny Gen'l 
Hosp. Pa. and R. H. O. 1908-09; 
Asst. Res. Clifton Spgs. Sanitarium, 
N. Y. 1909-11.— Assoc, in Med. Coll. 
of Va. ; Med. Supt. Hygeia Hosp. and 
Physician, Richmond, Va. 

Hill, Miner Clifford— S. B. Princeton 
1904; Instr. in Pathol. N. Y. Univ. 
and Bellevue Hosp. Med. Sch. N. Y. 
1908-09 ; Interne, St. Luke's Hosp. 
N. Y. 1909-10; Res. Pediatrist, Belle- 
vue Hosp. 1910-12. — Instr. Pediatrics 
N. Y. P. G. Med. Sch. and Physician, 
N. Y. 

LaMont, Charles Augustus — A. B. Yale 
1905 ; Interne, Hudson St. Hosp. N. 
Y. 1908-10. — Visit. Phys. Aultman 
Hosp., Health Officer, and Physician, 
Canton, O. 

LeCron, Wilbur Leslie — A. B. 1904; 
Grad. Student Leipzig and Freiburg 
1905-06 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp. 
Conn. 1908-10; Pathol, and Res. 
Surg. Columbia Hosp. 1910-13. — Mem. 
Surg. Staff Children's Hosp. Li- 
brarian Milwaukee Med. Soc. and 
Surgeon, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lindeman, Edward Emanuel — Ph. B. 
Yale 1905; Act. Asst. Surg. U. S. 
Pub. Health and Marine Hosp. Serv- 
ice, N. Y. (3 mos.) ; Asst. in Phar- 
macol. Univ. Mich. Ann Arbor, 1908- 
09 ; Dir. Tampa Lab. State Board 
Health, Fla. 1909-10; House Officer, 
Children's Hosp. Boston, 1910-11 ; 
Res. Phys. Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 
1911-12. — Physician, 40 E. 41st St., 
New York. 

Lindsay, Janvier Whitton — A. B. Colum- 
bia 1904 ; Interne and Chief Res. 
Phys. Garfield Mem. Hosp. Washing- 
ton, D. C. 1908-12. — Attend. Surg. 
George Washington Hosp. Disp. Mem. 
Bd. Directors and Consult, in Med. 
Woman's Clinic ; Asst. Pathol. Gar- 
field Hosp. and Physician, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Masenheimer, Harry Walter — A. B. St. 
John's 1904 ; Interne, Presbyterian 
Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1908-09; Res. Surg. 



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Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 1909-13. — 
Dmnstr. Surg. West. Reserve Med. 
Sch. Jr. Visit. Surg. German Hosp. 
and Physician, Cleveland. 

May, Charles Henry — A. B. Penna. Coll. 
1904 ; Res. Phvs. Presbyterian Hosp. 
Pittsburgh, 1908-09. — Physician, York, 
Pa. 

Mayo, Robert William Bainbridge — A. B. 
Maryland Agricult. 1903, and M. S. 
1904 ; Supt. Gulf Coast Sanatorium, 
Miss. 1908-09 ; Asst. Res. Church 
Home and Infirm. 1909-10 ; Res. Surg. 
Hosp. for Women of Md. 1910-12. — 
Assoc, in Med. Coll. P. & S. Instr. in 
Clin. Med. and Dispen. Phys. and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

McCann, James Alphonsus — Pb. B. Brown 
1904 ; Interne, R. I. Gen'l Hosp. 
Providence, 1907-09. — Physician, 325 
Broad St., Providence. 

McClure, Roy Donaldson — A. B. Ohio 
State 1904; Grad. Student Prague, 
1906 ; House Surg. New York Hosp. 
N. Y. 1909-12; Asst. Res. Surg. J. 
H. H. 1912-13.— Res. Surg, and Instr. 
in Surg. 

McDonnell, Patrick Joseph — Pb. B. Wes- 
leyan (Ct.) 1904 ; Interne, Kings Co. 
Hosp. (to Oct. 15, 1908) ; Interne, 
Providence Hosp. Washington, D. C. 
(to Mar. 1, 1910) ; Asst. Res. Man- 
hattan Maternity Hosp. N. Y. (to 
June 1, 1910) ; Asst. Res. Seaside 
Hosp. S. I. N. Y. (to July 1, 1910) ; 
Phys. and Surg. Tonopah Mines Assn. 
and Phys. Tonopah, Nev. 1910-15. — 
Physician, Archibald, Pa. 

Mills, Charles Wilson— A. B. Williams 
1902; R. H. O. 1908-09.— Asst. Phys. 
Loomis Sanatorium, Loomis, N. Y. 

Morrill, Warren Pearl — Pb. B. Michigan 
1898; Med. Dept. Illinois, 1904-05; 
Interne, Children's Free Hosp. De- 
troit, 1908-09 ; Res. Phys. and Supt. 
Sydenham Hosp. Baltimore, 1909-12 ; 
Supt. Winnipeg Gen'l Hosp. Mani- 
toba, 1912-13. — Physician, Benton 
Harbor, Mich. 

Ney, Grover Cleveland— A. B. Mt. St. 
Joseph's 1904, and A. M. 1908; Med. 
Supt. Hebrew Hosp. 1908-12. — Visit. 
Surg, ibid, Surg. B. & O. R. R. and 
Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Oppenheimer, James Harry — A. B. Har- 
vard 1904; R. H. O. 1908-09; Euro- 
pean Clinics, 1909-10. — Physician, 
Philadelphia. 

Preston, Robert Sheffey — A. B. Hamp- 
den-Sidney 1903 ; A. M. Princeton 
1904; Interne, Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 
1909-11. — Assoc, in Med. Instr. in 
Pathol, and Pediatrics, Med. Coll. of 
Va. and Physician, Richmond. 

Ray, Frederick Sylvanus— S. B. Califor- 
nia 1904; R. H. O. 1908-09; Asst. 
Res. Surg, and Externe in Gvnecol. 
1909-11.— Physician, Los Angeles, Cal. 



Ray, Lilian Emeline — A. B. Loland Stan- 
ford Jr. 1897, and A. M. 1901 ; In- 
terne, The Hosp. for Women and Chil- 
dren, Svracuse, N. Y. 1908-09 ; Clin. 
Asst. Rochester State Hosp. N. Y. 
1909.— Exam. Phys. for Girls in the 
Los Angeles City High Sch. and Phy- 
sician, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Ridges, Alfred Joseph, Jr.— S. B. Utah 
1900.— Visit. Phys. L. D. S. Hosp. 
and Physician, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Rinde, Hamilton— A. B. N. Dakota 1902. 
— A6st. Phys. Conn. Hosp. for Insane, 
Middletown. 

Robinson, James Lee — A. B. Texas 1904; 
Summer Session, Harvard Med. Sch. 
1906; Res. Pathol. Mass. State Hosp. 
Summer, 1908; R. II. O. 1908-09; 
Surg. Roanoke Rapids (N. C.) Mills 
Co. 1909; Contract Surg., 1st Lt. 
Med. Reserve Corps, U. S. Army 
1910; Grad. Army Med. Sch. 1910-11; 
1st Lt. Med. Corps, U. S. Army 1911- 
14. — Capt. Med. Corps, U. S. Army, 
Regan Barracks, Alba}', P. I. 

Scarborough, James Isaac — A. B. Prince- 
ton 1904 ; Interne, Asst. Res. and 
Res. Surg. Union Protestant Infirm- 
ary, Baltimore, 1908-12 ; Asst. Surg. 
Pathol, and 1st Surg. Asst. Mayo 
Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 1912-14. — 
Surgeon, Little Rock, Ark. 

Selling, Laurence — A. B. Yale 1904; Res. 
House Officer, 1908-09 ; Fellow in Pa- 
thol. (Rockefeller-Grant), 1909-10.— 
Instr. Med. U. of Oregon, and Physi- 
cian, Portland, Ore. 

Skugerman, Harry Philip — A. B. Howard 
Coll. 1901; Columbia 1902-04; In- 
terne, U. P. I. Bait. (3 mos.); Army 
Med. Sch. Washington, D. C. 1909- 
10.— Phys. Hillman Hosp. Phys. 
B'ghm Tuber. Disp. Disp. Instr. Med. 
U. of Ala. and Physician, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Stacy, Roland Leighton — A. B. Dickinson 
1904, and A. M. 1907 ; R. H. O. 1908- 
09 ; House Surg. Ogdensburg City 
Hosp. N. Y. 1909-10. — Physician, 35 
State St., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Thalheimer, William M. — S. B. Rich- 
mond 1903 ; Summer Sessions, Cor- 
nell 1902 and 1903; Interne, Mt. 
Sinai Hosp. N. Y. 1908-10; Instr. in 
Pathol. Univ. of Va. Charlottesville, 
1910-11. — Fellow in Pathol. Mt. Sinai 
Hosp. and Physician, New York. 

Thomas, Albert Agnew — A. B. Indiana 
I 904 ; Interne, Allegheny Gen'l Hosp. 
Pa. 1908-09. — Physician, Linton, Ind. 

Tracy, Dwight Wallace— Ph. B. Yale 
1 904 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn. 
1908-09.— Member, Bd. of Health, and 
Physician, Hartford, Conn. 

Vest, Cecil Woods — S. B. Iowa Coll. 
1904 ; Externe in Gynecol. 1908-09 ; 
Asst. Dr. Kelly's Sanitarium, 1909- 
10; Asst. Res. Gynecol. 1910-12; Res. 
Gynecol, and Instr. 1912-13. — Physi- 
cian, The Winona, Baltimore. 



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Wilson, James Homer — Ph. B. Lafayette 
1904 ; Interne, Gouverneur Hosp. N. 
Y. 1908-09; Med. Corps, U. S. Army, 
Washington, D. C. 1911-12.— Phys. 
for Allegheny Co. and Visit. Phys. 
West. Md. Hosp. and Physician, Cum- 
berland. 

Worthington, Joseph Kent — A. B. Haver- 
ford 1903 ; Interne, Roosevelt Hosp. 
N. Y. 1908-09.— Grad. Work Brady 
Urol. Clinic. 



Clark, Webster Kimball— Ph. B. Yale 
1904. — Pathol. Franklin Co. Hosp. 
and Physician, Greenfield, Mass. (De- 
gree granted April 5, 1909.) 

Porter, Frank Gibson— A. B. 1904; Pa- 
thol. Dr. Brown's Private Hosp. and 
Asst. Pathol. Mountainside Hosp. 
Montclair, N. J. 1908-09. — Physician, 
2054 Woodberry Ave., Baltimore. 
(Degree granted March 1, 1909.) 



Class Secretary — James S. Brotherhood, 
Fulton St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

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1909 

Austrian, Charles Robert — A. B. 1904; 
R. H. O. 1909-10; Asst. and Instr. 
in Med. 1910-14 ; Asst. Res. Phys. in 
chg. Lab. Phipps Disp. 1911-13 ; Assoc. 
in Med. and Asst. Phys. in chg. Biol. 
Div. 1914-15. — Phys. in chg. Phipps 
Disp. Assoc:, in Clin. Med. and Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

Baetjer, Walter Albert— A. B. 1905; 
R. H. O. 1909-10; Asst. in Med. and 
Asst. Res. Phys. 1910-11 ; Res. Phys. 
City Hosp. Bayview, 1911-12 ; Asst. 
and Instr. in Med. and Asst. Res. 
Phys. 1912-15. — Assoc, in Med. in chg. 
Clin. Lab. and Dispen. Physician. 

Bass, James Alvin — A. B. 1905. — Passed 
Asst. Surg. U. S. Naval Acad. An- 
napolis. 

Birdsong, Julian Lee — S. B. Nashville 
1 899 ; Interne, Hartford Hosd. Conn. 
1909-11. — Physician, 110 High St., 
Hartford, Conn. 

Budd, Samuel Walthall — A. B. Hamp- 
den-Sidney 1904; Grad. Student 1904- 
05; R. H. O. 1909-10; Pathol. Nor- 
folk Protest. Hosp. 1910-14. — Assoc. 
Prof. Pathol, and Assoc, in Med. Coll. 
of Va. Richmond. 

Burrows, Montrose Thomas — A. B. Kan- 
sas 1905 ; Asst. Rockefeller Inst, for 
Med. Research, N. Y. 1909-11; Instr. 
Anat. Cornell, N. Y. 1911-15.— Assoc, 
in Pathol. 

Cashman, Bender Zelotes — A. B. Penn- 
sylvania Coll. 1905 ; Interne, West. 
Penna. Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1909-10; 
Res. Surg. St. Francis' Hosp. Pitts- 
burgh, 1910-12.— St. Francis* Hosp. 
and Physician, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Cecil, Arthur Bond— A. B. St. John's 
1905; Late Asst. Surg. U. S. Navy, 
1909-10 ; Grad. U. S. Naval Med. Sch. 
1910; Asst. Surg. N. Y. Naval Hosp. 
1910; Asst. to Dr. Young, 1911-12; 
Asst. Res. Surg. 1912-13. — Instr. 
G.-U. Surg. Univ. Calif. Los Angeles. 

Child, Florence Chapman — A. B. Bryn 
Mawr 1905; Interne, Hosp. for 
Women and Children, Syracuse, N. Y. 
1909-10; Interne, Babies' Hosp. N. 
Y. 1911 ; Clin. Asst. Gyn. and Pe- 
diatrics, Women's Hosp. of Phila. 
1912; Visit. Phys. Florence Critten- 
den Home of Phila. 1913. — Asst. Ken- 
sington Disp. for Tub. Chf. Clinic, 
Chldn. Jewish Hosp. Disp., Med. In- 
spector of Schools, and Physician, 
Philadelphia. 

Cole, Walter Francis — S. B. Clemson 
1902; A. B. North Carolina 1905. — 
Surgeon, Greensboro, N. C. 

Connett, Harry Lewis — Ph. B. Ohio 
Univ. 1905 ; Phys. Dr. Hyde's Private 
Hosp. Nelsonville, O. 1910-12. — Asst. 
Prof. Pathol. Creighton Med. Sch. and 
Physician, omaha, Neb. 

Crawford, Jennings — Ph. B. Coe 1905; 
Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn. 1909- 
11. — Physician, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Dimon, James Watson Williams — A. B. 
Williams 1905 ; House Phys. Faxton 
Hosp. Utica, N. Y. 1909-10.— Phy- 
sician, 600 State St., Utica, N. Y. 

Elliott, John Roscoe — A. B. Western 
Maryland 1905. — Interne and Asst. 
Supt. R. I. Gen'l Hosp. Providence, 
1909-12. — Physician, Laurel, Del. 

Emmert, Max — A. B. Iowa 1905. — Surg. 
Equitable Bldg., Des Moines, la. 

Essick, Charles Rhein— A. B. Yale 1905; 
Asst. Instr. and Assoc, in Anat. 1909- 
15. — 520 Franklin St., Reading, Pa. 

Estes, William Lawrence, Jr. — A. B. 
Lehigh 1905 ; R. H. O. 1909-10 ; Asst. 
in Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn. 1910- 
12.— Chief Staff, St. Luke's Hosp. 
Consult. Phys. Lehigh Univ. and Phy- 
sician, So. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Ferenbaugh, Thomas Ludlow — A. B. Ken- 
yon 1905 ; Grad. Army Med. Sen. 
Wash. D. C. 1910.— Captain, Med. 
Corps, U. S. Army, Fort St. Michael, 
Alaska. 

Fisher, Arthur Oscar — A. B. Wisconsin 
1905; R. H. O. 1909-10; Asst. Res. 
Surg. 1910-11; Asst. in Surg. Wash- 
ington Univ. Hosp. 1911-14. — Instr. 
ibid, and Visit. Surg. St. Louis City 
Hosp. ; Asst. Surg. Barnes Hosp. ; 
Surg. O. P. D. Wash. Univ. Hosp. and 
Surgeon, St Louis. 

Fletcher, H. Quigg — A. B. Georgia 
1904; R. H. O. 1909-10; Asst. Res. 
Surg. U. P. I. Bait. 1910-11. — Visit, 
rhys. Baroness Erlanger Hosp. Wool- 
ford Infirmary ; Director, Health and 
Sanitation, City of Chattanooga; 1st 
Lieut. M. R. C. U. S. Army, and Phy. 
sician, Chattanooga, Tenn. 



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Gentry, Ernest Robert — A. B. Kansas 
1905, and Med. Dept 1905-1906; 
Army Med. Sen. Washington, D. C. 
1909-10; Lab. Surg. Gen'l Office, 
Wash. Summer, 1910; 1st Lieut. Med. 
Corps, U. S. Army, Ft. Leavenworth, 
Ivans. 1910-11. — Mem. U. S. Army 
Bd. for Study Trop. Diseases, and 
Capt. Med. Corps, U. S. Army, Ft 
Screven, Ga. 

flirdwood, Ethel Mathews — (Mrs. George 
Peirce), A. B. Bryn Mawr 1903; 
Asst. in Pathol. Univ. Wisconsin, 
Madison, 1912-13.— Roland Park, Bal- 
timore. 

Goetsch, Emil — S. B. Chicago 1903, and 
Ph. D. 1906; Fellow, Asst. and 
Assoc in Anat. ibid. 1904-08 ; Re- 
search Asst. Dept. of Exp. Therapeut 
ibid. 1908 and 1909; Asst. in Surg. 
(H. L.), 1909-10; Asst. Res. Surg. 
1910-12; Res. Surg. Peter Bent Brig- 
ham Hosp. and Asst. in Surg. Harvard 
Med. Sen. Boston 1912-15. — Assoc, in 
Surgery. 

Hart, William Ernest — S. B. Washing- 
ton and Jefferson 1905 ; House Gyne- 
col. Roosevelt Hosp. N. Y. 1909-11; 
Interne, Manhattan Maternity Hosp. 
1911 ; Tuxedo Hosp. Tuxedo, N. Y. 
1911-12.— Asst. Attend. Surg. Wash- 
ington Hosp. Con. Phys. Hilleview 
Sanitarium, and Physician, Washing- 
ton, Pa, 

Harvey, Thomas William, Jr. — S. B. 
Princeton 1905 ; Interne, Presbyterian 
Hosp. N. Y. Surg. N. Y. Lying-in 
Hosp. (to Jan. 1912). — Asst. Attend. 
Surg. Orange Mem. Hosp. Anest. New 
Jersey Ortho. Hosp. and Physician, 
Orange, N. J. 

Jeans, Philip Charles — A. B. Kansas 
1904 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn. 
1909-10 ; Interne, Children's Hosp. 
Boston, 1910-11 ; Interne, Boston 
Floating Hosp. Res. Phys. Boston 
Disp. Hosp. for Children, 1911-12; 
Res. Phys. St. Louis Child. Hosp. 
1912-13; Asst. in Pediatrics, Wash. 
Univ. Med. Sch. from Sept. 1912.— 
Asst. Phvs. St. Louis Childn. Hosp. ; 
Phys. O. P. D. Wash. Univ. Hosp. and 
Instr. in Pediatrics, Washington Univ. 
St. Louis. 

Kingsley, Charles Rawson, Jr. — S. B. 
New York Univ. 1905; R. H. O. 1909- 
10.— Pathol. St. Vincent's Hosp. Adj. 
Phys. S. R. Smith Infirmary ; Asst. 
Visit. Phvs. Sea View Hosp. Asst. 
Bact. N. Y. Quarantine Sta. and Phy- 
sician, West New Brighton, N. Y. 

Mann, Baldwin— A. B. Williams 1905; 
House Officer, N. Y. City Hosp. 1909- 
10.— Physician, 469 Franklin St., Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Header, Fred Marlin— S. B. Weslevan 
(Conn.) 1902, and M. S. 1905.— Dir. 
Div. Communicable Diseases, N. -Y. 
State Dept Health, Albany. 



Moss, Philip Ball— S. B. Central (Ky.) 
1905 ; Interne, Union Prot Infirmary, 
1909-10. — State Pathol. Montgomery, 
Ala. 

Murphy, James B. — S. B. North Caro- 
lina 1905 ; Med. Interne, Pathol. Inst 
Ward's Is. N. Y. 1909-10. — Assoc 
Mem. The Rock. Inst, for Med. Res. 
New York. 

Nixon, Patrick Ireland — A. B. Texa» 
1905; R. H. O. 1909-10; Asst. Res. 
Surg. 1910-11. — Surgeon, Hicks Bldg. s 
San Antonio, Texas. 

Pretz, George Rupp — S. B. Penna. Coll. 
1905, and M. S. 1908.— Physician, 
Lebanon, Pa. 

Schaefer, Solomon W. — A. B. Washing- 
ton and Lee 1904; R. H. O. 1909-10; 
Gyn. County Hosp. and Surg. Attend. 
Free Disp. and Phys. Portland, Ore. 
1910-12.— Res. Phys. The Glockner 
Sanatorium, and Physician, Colorado 
Springs. 

Sellards, Andrew Watson — A. B. Kansas 
1903, and A. M. 1904 ; Instr. Tropical 
Med. and Asst. Res. Phys. Philippine 
Gen'l Hosd. and Asst to Bureau of 
Science, M"anila, P. I. 1909-11 ; Asst 
Res. Phys. and Instr. in Med. in chg. 
Biol. Div. Med. Clinic 1911-14.— Har- 
vard Med. Sch. Boston. 

Sprunt, Thomas Peck — A. B. Davidso* 
1903 ; Asst. Instr. and Assoc, in Pa- 
thol, and Asst. Res. Phys. 1909-15.-— 
Instr. in Med. and Res. Physician, 
City Hosp. Bayview. 

Stewart, James Russell — A. B. Lake 
Forest 1905 ; Interne, New Haven 
Hosp. Conn. 1909-10. — Asst. Res. Adi- 
rondack Cottage, Sanitarium, Saranac 
Lake, 1911-12. — Physician, Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 

Stick, Edward Wentz— A. B. Frankli* 
and Marshall 1904 ; House Officer, M. 
E. Hosp. Philadelphia, 1909-10; Chief 
Res. Phys. Kensington Hosp. for Dis- 
eases of Women, Phila. 1910-11.— 
Physician, Hanover, Pa. 

Thomson, Herbert Sedgefield— S. B. Cali- 
fornia 1904 ; House Officer and Surg. 
New York Hospital, 1909-11 ; Phys. 
Public Athletic League and Phys. 
Baltimore, 1911-12. — Instr. in Surg. 
Univ. Calif. Med. Dept. and Physician, 
Berkeley. 

♦Trotter, Charles Edward— S. B. N. O. 
Coll. Agricult and Mechanic Arts 
1903; Grad. Student 1904-05. 

Waite, Robert Lester — Ph. B. Yale 
1905 ; Clin. Asst. South Bait Eye, Ear 
and Throat Charity Hosp. 1909-10. — 
Asst. Ophthalmic and Aural Surg. 
Hartford Hospital, and Physician, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Walker, Isaac Chandler — A. B. 1905; 
Grad. Student Harvard 1909 ; Med. 
House Officer, Carney Hosp. Boston, 
1909-11 ; Lect Clin. Micpy. and Phym. 



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Diag. Univ. of la. Iowa City, 1911- 
12; Grad. Student, Freiburg 1912; 
Asst. in Pharmacol. Harvard Med. 
Sen. 1913 ; Asst. in Med. Harvard and 
Act. Res. Phys. Peter Bent Brigham 
Hosp. 1914 ; Military Hosp. France, 
1915. — Clin. Inves. Peter Bent Brig- 
ham Hosp. Boston. 
Wallace, William Glenn — S. B. Hanover 
1905 ; Interne, New Haven Hosp. 
Conn. 1909-11. — Physician, Mattoon, 
111. 

Walton, Duncan Cameron — A. B. St. 
John's 1905. — Passed Asst. Surg. U. 
S. Navy Dept. Physical Training, An- 
napolis. 

Watkins, Leon Harlan — A. B. Southern 

1903, and A. M. 1905 ; R. H. O. Asst. 
Res. and Res. Gynecol. 1909-14. — Phy- 
sician, Opelika, Ala. 

Webb, Charles Wallace— S. B. Arkansas 
1905; R. H. O. 1909-10; Res. Surg. 
Clifton Spgs. Sanitarium, N. Y. 1910- 
12; Asst. Res. Physician, 1912-13. — 
Assoc. Surg. Clifton Spgs. Sanitarium 
and Surgeon, Ithaca, N. Y. 

Wiegender, Arthur James — A. B. Ripon 
1905; R. H. O. 1909-10.— Physician, 
Berlin, Wis. 

Woltereck, Gustav Herman — A. B. 1905; 
Asst. Phys. Bait. City Jail, 1909-10; 
Asst. Phys. Maryland Penitentiary, 
1910-12.— Asst. in Pathol. Coll. P. 
and S. Throat Inspee. for Baltimore 
and Asst. in Med. J. H. Disp. and 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Wyatt, Walter Simrall — S. B. Alabama 

1904, and M. S. 1905 ; Med. Interne, 
Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 1909-11; 
House Officer, Boston City Hosp. Bos- 
ton, 1911. — Physician, Security Trust 
Bldg., Lexington, Ky. 

Youmans, Iva Catherine — A. B. Converse 
1897 ; N. Y. Univ. Summer Sch. 1904 ; 
Interne, N. Y. Infirmary for Women 
and Children, 1909-10. — Asst. Bacteri- 
ologist, State Bd. Health, Miami, Fla. 



'-Coan, Thomas Patrick — A. B. Mt. St. 
Joseph 1903. (Degree granted March 
7, 1910). *Feb. 2, 1912. 

Cooper, Ernest — A. B. South Carolina 
1900; Pathol, and Bact. State Hosp. 
for Insane, 1911-13. — Supt S. C. State 
Sanatorium, Columbia, S. C. (Degree 
granted January 3, 1910.) 

•Torrey, Julia Maria — A. B. Boston 
Univ. 1888. (Degree granted Janu- 
ary 3, 1910.) *May, 1911. (53) 



Class Secretary — Walter A. Baetjer, 16 
W. Madison St., Baltimore. 



1910 

Allen, Mary Dayton (Mrs. George F. 
Zoeckler)— A. B. Mt. Holyoke 1905; 



R. H. O. 1910-11; Res. Phys. The 
Woman's Hosp. Hamadan, Persia, 
1912-14. — Physician, Dautababad, Ma- 
layir, Persia. 
Armstrong, Edward McPherson — A. B. 
Princeton 1904 ; Rhodes Scholar, Ox- 
ford 1905-08; and B. Sc. 1908; Stu- 
dent, Prag. and Edinburgh Universi- 
ties (Summers, '06 and '07) ; Surg. 
House Officer and Surg. New York 
Hosp. 1910-12. — Res. Surg. Tuxedo 
Hosp. Tuxedo, N. Y. 

Baker, Moses Haven — S. B. Purdue 
1905 ; Interne, St. Francis' Hosp. 
Pittsburgh, 1910-12. — Physician, Jen- 
kins Arcade, Pittsburgh. 

Barbour, Henry Gray — A. B. Trinity 
(Conn.) 1906; Fellow in Pathol. 
1910-11 ; Research Student, Freiburg, 
Germany, 1911, Vienna, 1912, and 
London, 1913. — Asst. Prof. Pharm. 
Yale Med. Sch. New Haven, Conn. 

Boehm, Emil— S. B. St. Louis Univ. 
1906; Interne, Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 
1910-13.— Surgeon, 715 N. 8th St., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Bole, William Symington — S. B. Mon- 
tana Agricult. 1906. — Physician, Great 
Falls, Mont. 

Bookwalter, Carl Ferdinand — S. B. Pur- 
due 1900 ; Asst. and House Surg. N. 
Y. Eye and Ear Infirm. 1910-11; In- 
terne, Kingston Ave. Hosp. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 1912; Grad. Work, Europe, 
1912-13. — Instr. in Otology, North- 
western Univ. Asst. Attend. Otol. 
Wesley Mem. Hosp. Asst. Surg. 111. 
Char. Eye and Ear Infirm, and Phy- 
sician, Chicago, 111. 

Butler, Ethan Flagg— A. B. Princeton 
1906 ; Volun. Med. Asst. Labrador 
Med. Mission, Summers, 1908-1909, 
and 1910 ; Asst. Mayo Clinic, Roches- 
ter, Minn. 1911-14 ; Director, Serbian 
Unit 2, Amer. Red Cross, War Relf. 
Detachment, 1914-15. — 1st Lieut. 
Med. Reserve Corps, U. S. A. 1535 
Eye St., Washington, D. C. 

Calihan, Walter Austin — A. B. Roch- 
ester 1906 ; Res. Surg. St. Agnes' 
Hosp. 1910-12.— Jr. Surg. St. Mary's 
Hosp. and Surgeon, Rochester, N. Y. 

Carter, Ross Stags — A. B. Leland Stan- 
ford, Jr. 1905. — Physician, San Diego, 
Cal. 

Chambers, Thomas Rodney— A. B. 1906; 
Interne, St. Agnes' Hosp. 1910-11 ; 
Asst. in Pathol. Mercy Hosp. 1911- 
12 ; Assoc, in Surg. Coll. P. and S. 
1913-14. — Coroner, Asst. Disp. Surg, 
and Physician, Baltimore. 

Choate, Joseph Lynn — A. B. Leland Stan- 
ford, Jr. 1906; A. M. Southern Calif. 
1907, and Med. Student 1906-0S ; 
Cooper Med. Coll. 1907 ; Student, 
Strassburg and Freiburg 1909, and 
Munich, 1912.— Physician, 215 W. 6th 
St., Los Angeles. 



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Cody, Claude Carr, Jr.— A. B. and A. M. 

Southwestern 1904 and 1905 ; Student 

of Medicine 1905-07 ; Interne, Belle- 

vue Hospital, New York, 1907-09. — 

, New Orleans, La. 

Conner, Haskett Lynch — A. B. DePauw 
1906 ; Interne, Church Home and In- 
firmary, 1910-11. — Physician, Claypool 
Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. 

Collenberg, Henry Theodore — A. B. 1906. 
—Physician, 3103 Clifton Ave., Balti- 
more. 

Costello, Henry Nicholas — A. B. Yale 
1906 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn. 
1910-12.— Asst. Visit. Surg. Hartford 
Hosp. Mem. Health Comm. and Sur- 
geon, Hartford. 

Dandy, Walter Edward — A. B. Missouri 
1907, and Student of Med. 1906-07; 
A. M. J. H. U. 1911 ; Asst. in Surg. 
Hunterian Lab. 1910-11. — Asst. Res. 
Surg, and Instr. in Surg. 

Deming, Clinton Demas — A. B. Yale 
1907, and Student of Med. 1906-07; 
Asst. in Pathol. 1910-11 ; Interne, 
Hartford Hosp. 1911-13.— Asst. Visit. 
Surg. Hartford Hosp. and Surgeon, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Denzer, Bernard Solomon — A. B. Co- 
lumbia 1906 ; Interne, The German 
Hosp. New York, 1910-13. — Asst. 
Admit. Phys. German Hosp. Adj. At- 
tend. Phys. Lebanon Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, N. Y. 

Devan, Thomas Alan — S. B. Rutgers 
1906. — Interne, Presbyterian Hosp. 
New York. 

Eulavitch, Baruch Mordecai — A. B. 1906; 
Res. Pathol. Hebrew Hosp. Baltimore 
1910-11; Pathol. Univ. Hosp. la. State 
Univ. Iowa City, 1912. — Pathol. Hope 
Hosp. and Physician, Fort Wayne, 
Ind. 

Engle, Ralph Landis — A. B. Lebanon 
Valley Coll. 1905; A. M. Yale 1906; 
Interne, Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 1911- 
13 ; Grad. Student, Univs. Vienna and 
Berlin 1913.— Physician, 827 S. 60th 
St., Philadelphia. 

Fenton, Horace Burnett — A. B. Oregon 
1906 ; Instr. Physiol, and Thera. U. 
of Ore. Med. Sch. 1911-13.— Physician, 
Stevens Bldg., Portland, Ore. 

Gilcreest, Edgar Lorrington — A. B. 
Texas 1906 ; Interne, Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1910-13 ; Serbian Red Cross 
Surg, at Kragoujevaatz, Servia, and 
Vol. Asst. Surg. Staff Univ. Gratz, 
Austria, 1913-14 ; Amer. Red Cross 
Surg. Paignton, England, 1915. — Sur- 
geon, Gainesville Sanitarium, Gaines- 
ville, Tex. 

Ginsberg, Hyman— B. S. Georgia, 1906; 
Interne, Lane Hosp. San Francisco, 
1910-12 ; Asst. in Surg. Birmingham 
Med. Sch. Gynecol. Hillman Hosp. 
Birmingham, Ala. 1912-15. — Sirgeon, 
Peneacola, Fla. 



Gorham, Lemuel Whittington — A. B. 
Yale 1906 ; R. H. O. 1911 ; Asst. in 
Path. City Hosp. Boston, 1912-13.— 
Instr. in Med. Albany Med. Coll. Asst. 
Attend. Phys. St. Peter's Hosp. and 
Physician, Albany, N. Y. 

Grimes, "William Lawrence — S. B. North 
Carolina 1906 ; Res. Surg. Union 
Protestant Infirmary 1910-14. — Sur- 
geon, Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Hall, Crowell Clarinton, Jr. — A. B. Bow- 
doin 1906. — Physician, Foxcroft, Me. 

Hegeman, Runkle Fisher — A. B. Prince- 
ton 1906; R. H. O. 1910-11; Res. 
Phys. N. Y. Foundling Hosp. N. Y. 
1911-12; Res. Phys. N. Y. Nursery 
and Child's Hosp. 1912-13 ; Res. Surg. 
St. Mary's Free Hosp. for Children, 
N. Y. 1913. — Physician, Somerville, 
New Jersey. 

Jarvis, Henry Gildersleeve — A. B. Yale 
1906 ; Interne, Conn. Hosp. for the 
Insane, Middletown (to Jan. 1, 1911) ; 
Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn, (after 
Jan. 1911.— Physician, 98 High St., 
Hartford. 

Johann, Albert Eugene — A. B. Christian 
1906 ; Grad. Student, Chicago Sum- 
mer of 1906 ; Senior House Officer, 
Boston Floating Hosp. (Summer, 
1911) ; Interne, Boston Children's 
Hosp. 1910-12. — Physician, Donaldson 
Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Ledbetter, Samuel Laban, Jr. — S. B. 
Alabama 1906 ; Res. Surg. Lakeside 
Hosp. and Clin. Asst. Surg. Med. 
Dept. West. Reserve Univ. Cleveland 
1910-15.— Surgeon, 1630 10th Ave. S., 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Major, Ralph Herman — A. B. William 
Jewell 1902 ; Student, Leipzig, Mu- 
nich and Chicago, 1904-06 ; R. H. O. 
1910-11; Asst. Res. Phys. and Asst. 
in Med. 1910-12; Instr. Pathol. Stan- 
ford Med. Sch. San Francisco 1912- 
14. — Prof. Pathol. Univ. Kansas, Rose- 
dale. 

Mattice, Albert Francis — S. B. Soutb 
Dakota State Coll. 1904, Ph. G. 
Washington State Coll. 1906; Oph- 
thal. Clinic and Bacteriol. Research 
with Prof. Theo. Axenfeld, Freiburg, 
Germany, 1910-12 ; Ophthal. Clinic 
and Pathol, with Prof. E. Fuchs, Vi- 
enna, Austria 1912-13 ; Private Asst. 
Dr. Alex. Duane ; Clin. Asst. Herman 
Knapp Mem. Eye Hosp. N. Y. 1913- 
14. — Oculist, Cobb Bldg., Seattle, 
Wash. 

Miller, Sydney Robotham — S. B. New 
York Univ. 1905; R. H. O. 1910-11; 
Asst. in Clin. Med. and Dir. of Med. 
Lab. Phipps Psychiatric Clin. 1912- 
15. — Instr. in Clin. Med. Dispen. Phy- 
sician, and Physician, Baltimore. 

Monroe, Dana Elbra — A. B. Texas 1906; 
Interne, Nurserv and Child's Hosp. 
N. Y. — House Officer, Post-Grad. Hosp. 
New York. 



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Morris, Raymond Bartlett — A. B. Yale 
1907, and Student of Med. 1906-07; 
Interne, Union Protestant Infirmary, 
Baltimore, 1910-11. — Attend. Surg. 
Higgens Mem. Hosp. and Physician, 
Olean, N. Y. 

Morrison, Angus Washburn — A. B. Yale 
1906 ; Interne, Royal Victoria Hosp. 
Montreal, 1910-11; Europe, 1911-12. 
— Instr. Nerv. and Mental Diseases, 
Univ. of Minnesota, and Physician, 
Minneapolis. 

Morse, Douglas Howell — S. B. California 
1907, and Med. Student, 1906-07; R. 
H. O. 1910-11; Clin. Path. Wash. 
Univ. Med. Sch. St. Louis, 1911-12; 
Path. Pomona Valley Hosp. 1914-15.— 
Physician, Pomona, Cal. 

Neel, James Craig — Ph. B. Marietta 
1906; R. H. O. and Asst. Res. Gyne. 
1910-14; Gynecol, in Chg. Res. Gy- 
necol, and lnstr. in Gynecol. 1914-15. 
—Instr. Gyne. and Obstet. U. of Calif. 
San Francisco. 

Newcomb, William Bradford — A. B. Wil- 
liam and Mary 1906 ; House Phys. 
New York Hosp. 1910-12 ; Asst. Pa- 
thol, ibid. 1912-13.— Attend. Phys. St. 
Christopher's Hosp. and Pathol. Nor- 
folk Prot. Hosp. and Physician, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Nichols, Firmadge King — A. B. 1906. — 
Res. Phys. Obstet. and Gynecol. St. 
Agnes' Hosp. 1910-12. — Assoc, in Gy- 
necol, and Obstet. St. Agnes' Hosp. 
Assoc, in Physiol. Coll. P. and S. 1st 
Lieut. Med. Res. Corps, U. S. Army, 
Asst. Dispen. Phys. and Physician, 
Baltimore. 

Nicholson, Samuel Timothy, Jr. — A. B. 
North Carolina 1906 ; Res. Phys. Tel- 
fair Hosp. for Women, Savannah, Ga. 
June, 1910-July, 1911; Visit. Phys. 
St. Joseph Lead Co. Hosp. Bonne 
Terre, Mo. July, 1911-Dec. 1911; 
Asst. Clin. Pathol. Washington Univ. 
Hosp. St. Louis, 1912 ; Supt. Syden- 
ham Hosp. for Infectious Diseases, 
Baltimore, 1912-13. — Pathol. Clifton 
Spgs. Sanitarium, New York. 

Norton, Willey Higby— A. B. Ohio 1906; 
— Res. Gynecol. Lakeside Hosd. Cleve- 
land, 1910-12; Res. Surg. Hinton 
Hosp. Hinton, W. Va. 1912-13; Prof. 
Bact. and Asst. Dean, Univ. Oregon, 
1914-15. — Phys. and Surg. Corbett 
Bldg., Portland, Ore. 

Orr, Thomas Grover — A. B. Missouri 
1907; Student of Med. 1906-07; In- 
terne, Kansas City Gen'l Hosp. Mo. 
(July 1 to Jan. 1) ; House Officer, 
Hudson St. Hosp. New York, 1911- 
12 ; House Surg. St. Mary's Hosp. 
for Children, N. Y. 1912-13.— Instr. 
Surg. Chf. O. P. D. Surg. Clin. Univ. 
of Kansas, and Physician, Kansas City. 

Pratt, Jean Paul — A. B. Ohio State 
1906; R. H. O. and Asst. Res. Surg. 
1910-13. — Instr. in Surg. Univ. of 
Calif. San Francisco. 



Ramage, Chesney Macauley — S. B. West 
Virginia Univ. 1907, City BacterioL 
and Physician, Fairmont, W. Va. 

Rhodes, Robert Lewis — A. B. Emory 
1906. — Gynecol. Jefferson Hosp. Roan- 
oke, Va. 

Robinson, Harry Hungate — A. B. Michi- 
gan 1907, Med. Student 1906-08; In- 
terne, St. Elizabeth's Hosp. Elizabeth, 
N. J. 1910-12.— 1st Lieut. Med. Res. 
Corps, and Physician, Spokane, Wash, 

Rogers, Walter Black — A. B. Washing- 
ton and Jefferson 1906 ; Interne, St. 
Francis' Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1910-11. — 
Res. Surg. Lakeside Hosp. Clin. Asst 
Surg. West. Res. Univ. Cleveland. 

Rohde, Alice — S. B. Chicago 1903.— 
Mary Putnam Jacobi Fellowship, Ber- 
lin, German, 1910-13 ; Instr. PhysioL 
Chem. Carnegie Inst, of Tech. Pitta- 
burgh, Pa. 1913-14.— Asst. in Phar- 
macol. 

Rosenfeld, James Wendel — A. B. Leland 
Stanford, Jr. 1906; Asst. Phys. Kgl. 
Univ. Kinderklinik, Breslau, 1910-12. 
— Instr. in Ped. Univ. of Oregon, and 
Pediatrician, Portland. 

Sanderson, Raymond — S. B. Princeton 
1905; Asst. Res. Phys. The Sani- 
tarium, Clifton Springs, N. Y. 1910- 
11 ; Bact. and Pathol. Ontario and 
Yates Counties Lab. Canandaigua, N. 
Y. 1911-14.— Pathol. Ulster Co. Lab. 
Kingston, N. Y. 

Semmes, Raphael Eustace, Jr. — A. B. 
Missouri 1907, and Student of Med. 
1906-07; R. H. O. 1910-11; Interne 
Woman's Hosp. N. Y. 1911-12.— Asst. 
Chair. Surg. Univ. Tenn. Asst. Attend. 
Surg. Brinkley Mem. and City Hosps. 
and Physician, Memphis, Tenn. 

Senseny, Herbert Milford — A. B. Adel- 
bert 1906 ; Interne, Milwaukee County 
Hosp. Wauwatosa, Wis. 1910-12. — 
Oculist and Aurist, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Sheetz, John William— Ph. B. Franklin 
and Marshall 1906 ; Interne, St. 
Francis* Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1910-12; 
Asst. Res. Phys. 1912-13. — Physician, 
207 E. State St., Columbus, O. 

Stephenson, Henry Augustus — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1906; R. H. O. and 
Asst. Res. Obstet 1910-12; Res. 
Obstet. and Instr. in Obstet. 1912-14. 
— Asst. Prof. Obstet. and GynecoL 
Stanford Univ. San Francisco. 

Taylor, Howard Lester— A. B. Oberlln 
1906 ; Res. Phys. Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1910-13.— Instr. Med. West 
Res. Univ. and Physician, Cleveland. 

Thornton, William Lawson — S. B. Ala- 
bama Polyteth. 1903; Interne, Union 
Protestant Infirmary, 1910-12.— Phy- 
sician, Empire Bldg., Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Tredway, Thomas Palmer — A. B. West- 
ern Maryland 1906 ; Interne, Adrian 
Hosp. Punxsutawney, Pa. 1910-11. — 



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Med. Inspec. Erie Pub. Sehs. Pathol. 
Harriot Hosp. Phys. Home Friendless, 
and Physician, Erie, Pa. 
Valk, Arthur deTalma— A. B. St. John's 

1906, M. A. 1911; R. H. 0. 1910-11; 
Res. Surg. Kcrnan Hosp. for Crippled 
Children, 1911-12. — Surgeon, Winston- 
Salem, N. C. 

Vanorden, Herbert Francis — Ph. B. Yale 

1907, and Student of Med. 1906-07; 
Jr. Int. Boston Floating Hosp. 1909 ; 
Interne, • Kansas City Gen'l Hosp. 
1910-11.— Asst in Gyne. and Obstet. 
Kansas Univ. ; Obstetn. Florence Crit- 
tenden Home, and Physician, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Watson, Clyde Emil — S. B. W. Virginia 
1905 ; Interne, Samuel Merritt Hosp. 
Oakland, Cal. 1910; Asst. Prof. Anat. 
and Path. West Virginia Univ, and 
Phys. Morgantown, W. Va. 1910-12. — 
Physician, Nampa, Idaho. 

Watson, Helen — (Mrs. M. C. Winter- 
nitz), A. B. Wellesley 1905; R. H. O. 
Asst. Res. Phvs. and Asst. in Med. 
1910-14.— Windsor Hills, Baltimore. 

Weinberg, Milton — A. B. South Carolina 
1906 ; Asst. Dir. Rural Sanitation for 
So. Car. Manning, 1910-12. — Physi- 
cian, Telfair Hosp. for Women, and 
Physician, Savannah, Ga. 

Wenning, Theodore Henry — A. B. St. 
Xavier 1904 ; Grad. Student, Cincin- 
nati 1904-06 ; Interne, Roosevelt Hosp. 
N. Y. 1910-12; Red Cross Volun. 
Serbian Sanitarv Corps, Kragnjewatz, 
1913. — Attend. Phys. St. Mary's 
Hosp. ; Instr. Biol. St. Xavier Coll. 
and Physician, Cincinnati. 

Wesson, Miley Barton — S. B. Texas 
1902 ; Interne, Hudson St. Hosp. N. 
Y. 1910-12.— Dir. El Paso Pasteur 
Inst. 1st Lieut. Med. Res. Corps, and 
Phys. and Surg. El Paso, Tex. 

Whitcraft, James Harvey — S. B. Wooster 
1905; Interne, Kansas Citv Hosp. Mo. 
(after Jan. 1, 1911).— Physician, Wil- 
kinsburg, Pa. 

Zartman, Luke V. — A. B. Ohio State 
1906; Interne, Hosp. for Women of 
Maryland; Act. Asst. Res. J. H. H. 
1910-11 ; Res. Church Home and In- 
firmary, 1911-13. — Asst. in Surg. Ohio 
State Univ. and Physician, Columbus, 
Ohio. (69) 



Class Secretary — Thomas A. Devan, High- 
land Park, New Brunswick, N. J. 

1911 

Adams, Lester — A. B. Bowdoin 1907; 

Interne, St. Francis' Hosp. Pittsburgh, 

Pa. 1911-12 ; Res. Phvs. City Hosp. 

Bayview, 1912-14. — Pathol. Eastern 

Maine Gen'l Hosp. Bangor. 
ie Angulo, Cary Fink — A. B. Vassar 

1906; Student, Harvard 1911-12.— 

Stanford Univ. Calif. 



Bedinger, John Van Doren — S. B. Prince- 
ton 1907 ; Interne, Willard Parker 
and Bellevue Hosps. N. Y. 1911-13. 
— Asst. in Pediatrics, Univ. of Louis- 
ville; Visit. Phys. City Hosp. and 
Physician, Louisville, Ky. 

Bennett, Walter Scott— A. B. Colgate 
1904 ; Interne, Norwegian Hosp. 
Brooklvn, N. Y. 1911-12; Res. Seaton 
Hosp. N. Y. 1913 ; Asst Phys. Sailors* 
Snug Harbor Hosp. New Brighton, S. 
I. N. Y. — Asst. Radiograph. Norwegian 
Hosp. and Physician, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bird, William Edwin, Jr.— A. B. 1907; 
Asst. Res. Surg. St. Agnes' Hosp. Bal- 
timore, 1911-12 ; Res. Surg. ibid. 
1912-13. — Surgeon, 907 Delaware Ave., 
Wilmington, Del. 

Bloomfield, Arthur Leonard — A. B. 1907; 
R. H. O. 1911-12; Asst. Res. Phys. 
and Asst. in Med. 1912-15. — Instr. and 
Asst. Res. Physician. 

Booth, John Rochester — A. B. Randolph- 
Macon 1907 ; Interne, Bellevue Hosp. 
N. Y. 1912-13 ; Interne, Manhattan 
Maternity Hosp. N. Y. 1913-15.— 
Physician, 378 Monroe Ave., Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Brockway, George Edward, Jr. — A. B. 
Williams 1907 ; Summer Session, Cor- 
nell 1907 ; Interne, Kings Co. Hosp. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 1911-13; Interne, 
Bellevue Hosp. 1913-14 ; Res. Ped. 
St. John's Guild, Floating Hosp. N. 
Y. ; Res. Phys. Kings Co. Hosp. 1914- 
15. — Physician, 150 Lafayette Ave., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brooks, Barney — S. B. Univ. of Texas 
1905; R. H. O. 1911-12.— Res. Surg. 
Barnes Hosp. Asst. in Surg. Wash. 
Univ. Med. Sch. St. Louis. 

Carter, Earle Buell— Ph. B. Yale 1907; 
Interne, Norwegian Hosp. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 1911-13.— Physician, 631 Al- 
bany Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Cohn, Joseph David — A. B. Univ. of 
Texas 1907. — Visit. Surg. Spohn Sani- 
tarium ; 1st Lieut. Med. Corps, Texas 
Nat. Guard, and Physician, Corpus 
Christi, Tex. 

Collinson, John, Jr. — A. B. St. John's 
1907 ; Interne, James Walker Mem. 
Hosp. Wilmington, N. C. 1911-12; 
Res. Phys. Polyclinic Hosp. Philadel- 
phia, 1912-13 ; Interne, N. Y. Nursery 
and Child's Hosp. N. Y. 1913.— Sani- 
tary Field Dir. Internat. Health Coram. 
Georgia. 

Colston, John Archibald Campbell — Ph. 
B. Yale 1907; R. H. O. 1911-12; 
Asst. Res. Surg. 1912-14. — Asst to 
Dr. Young. 

Council, Melton Downie — Ph. B. Emory 
1 905 ; Interne, Jefferson Surg. Hosp. 
Roanoke, Va. 1911-12; Res. Phys. 
Macon (Ga.) Hosp. 1912-13.— Physi- 
cian, 320 Orange St., Macon. 

Crawford, Francis Randolph — A. B. 
Washington and Lee 1906; Interne, 



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St. Francis' Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1911- 
1 2 ; Asst. Surg. Clifton Springs Sani- 
tarium, N. Y. Europe, 1912-13; Stu- 
dent, Berlin, 1913-14. — Physician, 
Kiangyin Hosp. Sthn. Presby. Mission, 
China. 

Davis, David Melvin — S. B. Princeton 
1907 ; Interne, City Hosp. Bay view, 
1911-12; Asst. in Pathol. 1912-14.— 
Pathol. Brady Urol. Inst, and Instr. 
in Clin. Urology. 

De Sautelle, William Thomas — A. B. 
Wisconsin 1908, and Student of Med. 
1907-08 ; Interne, Harlem Hosp. New 
York, 1911-12 ; Pathol. Lincoln Mem. 
Hosp. Knoxville, 1912-13.— Visit. Path, 
and Bact. Knoxville Gen'l Hosp. and 
Physician, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Dunn, William Milas — A. B. Davidson 
1903 ; Summer Session, Columbia 
1907 ; House Officer, Mass. Gen'l Hosp. 
Boston, 1911-12. — Surgeon, Atlanta, 
Georgia. 

Dunning, Ralph Henry — A. B. Yale 
1907 ; Interne, Hosp. for Women and 
Children, Syracuse, N. Y. 1911-12; 
Asst. Phys. St. Lawrence State Hosp. 
Ogdensburg, N. Y. 1912-13.— Physi- 
cian, Eastwood, N. Y. 

Fried, Hiram— A. B. 1907; Interne, City 
Hosp. Bayview, 1911-12 ; Asst. Phipps 
Research Lab. for Tuberculosis, 1912- 
13 ; Pathol. Church Home and Infirm. 
1913-15. — Asst. Disp. Phys. and Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

Frontz, William Archibald — A. B. Prince- 
ton 1907; R. H. O. 1911-12.— Res. 
Urologist. 

Fullerton, William Dixon — Ph. B. Yale 
1907 ; Res. Gjmecol. Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1911-13 ; Interne, Sloane 
Maternity Hosp. N. Y. 1913-14; Res. 
Obstet. Maternity Hosp. 1914 ; Dmnstr. 
in Obster. Gynecol. West. Res. Univ. 
Asst. Gynecol. O. P. D. Lakeside Hosp. 
and Physician, Cleveland. 

Gallagher, Hiram— A. B. Catholic Univ. 
of America 1907 ; Summer Session, 
Univ. of Chicago 1907 ; Winter 
Semester, Freiburg 1908-09 ; Interne, 
St. Francis' Hosp. New York 1911-14 ; 
Physician, Strong Bldg., Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Gilland, Thomas Henry — Ph. B. Lafay- 
ette 1907 ; Interne, Jefferson Surg. 
Hosp. Roanoke, Va. 1911-12.— Phy- 
sician, Greencastle, Pa. 

Grant, Ernest Owsley — A. B. Central 
Univ. of Ky. 1907 ; Interne, Lakeside 
Hosp. Cleveland, 1912-13. — Asst. in 
Urol. Univ. of Louisville ; Surg. Visit. 
Urol. City Hosp. and Surgeon, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 

Grey, Ernest George— A. B. Wisconsin 
1907 ; Asst. in Anat. and Student 
of Med. 1907-08 ; R. H. O. 1911-12.— 
Asst. Res. Surg. Peter Bent Brigham 
Hosp. Boston. 



Gross, Elmer Chester — B. L. Whitman 
Coll. 1906; Res. Phys. Seattle Gen'l 
Hosp. 1911-12. — Physician, Empire 
Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. 

Hammack, Roy Wallace — A. B. Univ. 
of Oregon 1907. — Asst. Prof. Path, and 
Bact. Coll. of Med. and Surg. Univ. 
of the Philippines, Manila. 

Hartman, Clifford Clinton — S. B. and 
M. S. Pennsylvania Coll. 1907; In- 
terne, St. Francis' Hosp. Pittsburgh 
1911-12.— Fellow in Path. U. of Pitts- 
burgh 1911-12 ; Fellow in Path. 1912- 
13; Asst. Path. Allegheny Gen. Hosp. 
1913-14.— Asst. Staff, Allegheny Gen. 
Hosp. and Physician, Pittsburgh. 

Hawkins, William Hall— A. B. Central 
Univ. of Ky. 1906 ; Student, Hosp. 
Coll. of Med. 1906-07; Interne, Belle- 
vue Woman's and Sloan Hosps. New 
York 1911-15. — Surgeon, Lexington, 
Ky. 

Hendry, Ernest Singleton— A. B. 1907; 
Asst. Res. Phys. Union Protestant In- 
firmary 1911-13. — Physician, Stonleigh 
Ct. Washington, D. C. 

Hetfield, William Brawner — A. B. Cath- 
olic Univ. of America 1907 ; Interne, 
Brooklyn Hosp. New York, 1911-13.— 
Asst. Surg. U. S. N. Washington, 
D. C. 

Hubert, Anna — A. B. Univ. of Wash- 
ington 1901, and A. M. 1904; R. H. 
O. 1911-12; Asst. Res. Surg. N. E. 
Hosp. for Women and Children, Bos- 
ton, 1912. — Res. Surg. N. Y. Infirm- 
ary, for Women and Children. 

Hudson, William Rutledge — A. B. Wash- 
ington and Lee 1906 ; Interne, Hosp. 
for Women of Maryland, Bait. 1911- 
13. — Physician, Huntington, W. Va. 

Hunnicutt, John Atkinson, Jr. — A. B. 
U. of Georgia 1907 ; Interne, Lake- 
side Hosp. Cleveland, 1911-12 ; Asst. 
in Surg. 1912-13. — Surgeon, Mut. Ins. 
Bldg., Athens, Ga. 

Hunt, Barbara — A. B. Vassar 1906; 
U. of Maine Summer Sch. 1907 ; In- 
terne, N. Y. Infirm, for Women and 
Children, 1911-12. — Med. Inspect. 
Schools, and Physician, Bangor, Me. 

Ives, George — A. B. Wisconsin 1907; 
Med. Student, Univs. of Chicago and 
Wisconsin 1907-09 ; Asst. State Bac- 
terid. Montgomerv, Ala. 1911-12 ; 
Path. N. Chgo. Hosp. 1912; Asst. 
Prof. Path. St. Louis Univ. and Pathol. 
St. John's Hosp. St. Louis, 1912-15.— 
Physician, Wall Bldg., St. Louis. 

Jacobson, Conrad— S. B. Beloit 1900; 
Grad. Student Chicago, three Summer 
Qrs. Asst. in Surg. Hunterian Lab. 
1911-12. — Asst. Res. Surg. Peter Bent 
Brigham Hosp. Boston. 

Jen i son, Nancy Blanche — A. B. Wells 
1898; Grad. Student Chicago, 1907.— 
Interne, N. Y. Infirm, for Women and 
Children, 1911-12.— Asst. Attend. Phys. 
N. Y. Infirm, and Physician, N. Y. 



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Judd, Charles Chauncey Winsor — A. B. 
Kenyon Coll. 1907 ; Interne, Union 
Protestant Infirm. Baltimore, 1911- 
12. — Assoc in Clin. Pathol. Coll. P. 
and S. and Visit. Clin. Pathol. Mercy 
Hosp. Con. Path. St. Joseph's Hosp. 
and Physician, Baltimore. 

Keith, Norman Macdonnell — A. B. To- 
ronto 1908, and Med. Student 1906-08 ; 
Interne, New York Hosp. N. Y. 1911- 
13. — Assistant in Medicine. 

Ketron, Lloyd Warren — A. B. Grant 
Univ. 1907 ; Asst. in Dermatol. Disp. 
1911-12; Grad. Stu. Dermatol. Clinic 
Charite Hosp. Berlin, and U. of Vi- 
enna, 1912-13. — Asst. in Clin. Der- 
matol, and Asst. Disp. Phys. and Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

Iweyser, Tedrow Sylvester — A. B. Witten- 
berg 1907 ; Interne, Lakeside Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1911-12 ; Interne, Bloom- 
ingdale Hosp. 1913 ; Interne, Phipps 
Psychiatric Clinic, 1913-14. — Res. 
Phys. Neurol. Institute, N. Y. 

•Kinsey, Oliver, Jr. — A. B. Virginia 
1907, and Med. Student, 1907-09 ; 
Interne, Church Home and Infirm. Bal- 
timore, 1911-12 ; Surg. U. S. Army, 
Ft. Washington, Md. (*Died, March 
24, 1914.) 

Kissling, Arthur Charles — A. B. Wis- 
consin 1906, and Med. Student 1907- 
09 ; Interne, Jefferson Surgical Hosp. 
Roanoke, Va. 1911-12. — Asst. Laryn. 
and Otol. Disp. Rush Med. Coll. Chi- 
cago, and Physician, 626 Galena St., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Kline, Benjamin Schoenbrun — A. B. 
Swarthmore 1907 ; Interne, City Hosp. 
Bayview, 1911-12; Asst. in Pathol. 
1912-14; Fellow, Phys. and Pharm. 
Rockefeller Inst, for Med. Resch. New 
York 1914-15. — Instr. Path. Columbia 
and Path. Montefiore Home and Hosp. 
N. Y. 

Knott, Howard James — S. B. Whitman 
Coll. 1907; Res. Phys. Seattle Gen. 
Hosp. 1911-12. — Assoc. Childn. Clin. 
Tuber. Div. Seattle Hlth. Dept. ; 
Visit. Phvs. City Hosp. and Physician, 
Seattle, Wash. 

Lange, Linda Bartels — A. B. Bryn Mawr 
1903. — Interne, New York Infirm, for 
Women and Children, 1911-12; Fel- 
low in Pathol. Rockefeller Inst. 1912- 
14.— Path. The H. A. Kelly Hosp. 
Inc. 

Leaper, Warren Eugene — A. B. Wiscon- 
sin 1908, and Student of Med. 1907- 
08 ; Interne, Rhode Island Hosp. Provi- 
dence, 1911-13 ; Asst. Res. Gynec. 
Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 1913-14. — 
Visit. Phys. St. Mary's Hosp. and 
Brown Co. Tuber. Sanat'm ; Health 
Officer and Physician, Green Bay, Wis. 

Leonard, Veader Newton — Ph. B. Yale 
1907 ; Student Univ. of Freiburg, 
1907-08; R. H. O. and Asst. Res. 
Gyne. 1911-15. — Res. and Dispen. 
Gynecol. 



Licht, William Henry — S. B. Trinity 
Coll. (Hartford) 1907.— House Phys. 
Hartford Hosp. Hartford, Conn. 

Lisser, Hans— A. B. California 1907; 
R. H. O. 1911-12 ; Asst. in Med. Wash- 
ington Univ. Med. Sch. St. Louis 
1913-14.— Asst. in Med. U. of Calif. 
Med. Sch. and Physician, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Luten, Drew William— A. B. Kentucky 
State Univ. 1901 ; Fellow, Vanderbilt 
Univ. 1903-04 ; Interne, St. Francis' 
Hosp. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1911-12.— Res. 
Phvs. Barnes Hosp. and Asst. in Med. 
Washg. Univ. Med. Sch. St. Louis. 

MacCurdy, John Thomson — A. B. To- 
ronto 1908, and Student of Med. 1906- 
08; Fellow in Pathol. 1911-12; Psy- 
chiatric Clinics, Munich and Breslau, 
"Histo-Path. Labs." 1912. — Asst. Psy- 
chiatric Inst. Ward's Island, N. Y. 
(969 Park Ave., New York.) 

McNeil, Herbert Lee — A. B. Southwest- 
ern Univ. 1906 ; Grad. Student Univ. 
of Texas 1906-07 ; Interne, St. Agnes' 
Hosp. Baltimore, 1911-12 ; Interne, 
Willard Parker Hosp. (4 mos.) ; Phys. 
in chg. Floating Hosp. St. John's 
Guild, N. Y. (2 mos.). — Instr. in Med. 
and Clin. Path. Univ. Texas, Galves- 
ton. 

Maas, Monroe A.— A. B. Univ. of Ala- 
bama 1907 ; Asst. Res. and Res. Church 
Home and Infirm. Baltimore, 1911-14. 
— Physician, Selma, Ala. 

Merriam, Charles Goodwin — A. B. Yale 
1907.— Surg. E. E. White Coal Co. 
Stotesbury, W. Va. 

Miller, James Raglan— A. B. Yale 1907; 
Voluntararzt, Konigl. Frauenklinik, 
Munich, Germany, 1911-14; Visit. 
Obstet. Hosp. Women of Md. Instr. in 
Clin. Obstet. 1914-15. — Physician, 
Hartford, Conn. 

O'Donnell, James Aloysius — A. B. Loyola 
1906 ; Grad. Student 1906-07 ; Res. 
Gynecol, and Obstet. St. Joseph's 
Hosp. 1911-13.— Physician, 405 War- 
ren Ave., Baltimore. 

Perkins, Ralph Sherburne — A. B. Dart- 
mouth 1907 ; Interne, Worcester City 
Hosp. Worcester, Mass. 1911-12. — 
Physician, Exeter, N. H. 

Plass, Everett Dudley— A. B. Colgate 
1907; R. H. O. 1911-12; Asst. in 
Obstet. and Asst. Res. Obstet. for 
1912-14. — Asst. Res. Gynecol. Sloan 
Hosp. for Women, N. Y. 1913-14; 
Res. Obstet. 1914-15.— Instr. in Obstet. 
and Asst. Visit. Obstetrician. 

Potter, Caryl Ashby— A. B. Missonri 
1908, and Student of Med. 1907-08; 
House Gvnecol. Roosevelt Hosp. New 
York, 1911-13; Prof. Prac. Med. Ens- 
worth Med. Coll. 1913-14.— Surgeon, 
St. Joseph, Mo. 

Prouty, Ira Humphrey— S. B. Dartmouth 
1 907 ; Interne, Thomas Wilson Sani- 
tarium for Children (Summer, 1911). 



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— Visit. Phys. Childn. Island San. 
Salem Harbor, Mass. and Physician, 
Marblehead, Mass. 
Rosenfeld, Arthur Samuel — A. B. Le- 
land Stanford, Jr. 1907 ; Interne, Mt 
Sinai Hosp. N. Y. 1911-13.— Physi- 
cian, 221 Vista Ave., Portland, Ore. 
Rucker, Augusta — A. B. Univ. of Texas 
1896, and A. M. 1900; Med. Dept. 
Wisconsin, June-Oct. 1907, and May- 
Oct. 1908 ; Interne, Babies' Hosp. 
N. Y. 1911-12; House Phys. N. Y. 
Infirm. Women and Children. — Exam. 
Phys. State Char. Aid Assn. ; Asst 
Babies' Class Lying-in Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, N. Y. 
Rynd, Charles E. — S. B. Hamilton 1907; 
and M. S. 1910; Europe, 1911-12; 
after June 1912 Interne Kings Co. 
Hosp. Brooklyn, 1912-14. — Adj. Asst. 
Obstet. Kings Co. Hosp. and Supervis. 
Historian, and Physician, Brooklyn, 
New York. 
Bawyer, Dwight Milton — Pb. B. Wes- 
leyan (Conn.) 1906; House Phys. 
Nursery and Child's Hosp. N. Y. 1911- 
12; N. Y. Lving-in Hosp. 1912-13; 
St. Vincent's Hosp. N. Y. 1913-14.— 
Physician, Yonkers, N. Y. 
leagrave, Mabel— A. B. Wellesley 1905; 
Interne, N. Y. Infirmary for Women 
and Children 1912-13.— Attend. Fir- 
land Sanatorium ; Florence Crittenden 
Home, and Pub. Sch. Clinic, and 
Physician, Seattle, Wash. 
Sexton, Walter Gresham — A. B. Wiscon- 
sin 1908, and Student of Med. 1907-08 ; 
R. H. O. 1911-12; Med. Supt. The 
Hebrew Hosp. 1912-14. — Surgeon, 
Marshfield, Wis. 
■ieber, Paul Rothrock — A. B. Pennsyl- 
vania Coll. 1907.— Res. Surg. St 
Francis* Hosp. Pittsburgh. 
Shilling, William Knepper— A. B. 190C. 
— Asst. Disp. Phys. and Physician, 
Baltimore. 
Smith, Helen Willston — (Mrs. Sanger 
Brown), A. B. Bryn Mawr 1906; R, 
H. O. 1911. — Bloomingdale, White 
Plains, N. Y. 
Snowden, Roy Ross — A. B. Washington 
and Jefferson 1907, and A. M. 1912; 
Res. Phys. City Hosp. Bayview, 1912- 
13 ; Asst. Res. Phvs. and Asst. in Med. 
1913-14.— Instr. in Med. Univ. of 
Pittsburgh, and Physician, Pittsburgh. 
Spencer, Lewis Cass — S. B. Tulane 1907; 
Grad. Student, Albert Ludwig Univ. 
Freiburg, 1908-09 ; Interne and Asst. 
Res. Surg. U. P. I. 1911-13; Asst. 
Surg. Hosp. Ruptured and Crippled, 
N. Y. 1913. — Asst. Res. Surg, and 
Asst in Orthopedics. 

Bponsler, Marshall Byron — A. B. Ursinus 
1907 ; Res. Phvs. St. Francis' Hosp. 
New York 1911-14.— Physician, 344 
Willis Ave., New York. 

Stevens, Alexander McCulley — A. B. St. 
John's 1907. — Physician, Easton. I 



Stewart, George Adolph — A. B. 1907; 
Res. Phys. and Surg. St. Agnes' Hosp. 
Bait 1911-14.— Visit Surg, and Surg. 
Chg. O. P. D. St. Agnes' Hosp. ; Asst 
Surg. O. P. D. J. H. H. and Anes- 
thetist, Dental Dept. ibid, and Phy- 
sician, Baltimore. 

Stillman, Edgar — A. B. Leland Stanford, 
Jr. 1907 ; Interne, Bellevue Hosp. 
New York, 1911-13.— Asst Res. Phys. 
Rockefeller Hosp. N. Y. 

Vail, Thornton Edwin — Ph. B. Yale 
1907. — Asst. Res. Elmcroft Sanitarium, 
and Physician, Thompsonville, Conn. 

Walker, Clifford Black— S. B. California 
1906, and Med. Student, 1906-09; 
M. A. J. H. U. 1912; Asst to Dr. 
Cushing, 1911-12. — Senior Aural House 
Surg. Mass. Char. Eye and Ear In- 
firm. Boston. 

Weese, William Joshua — S. B. and A. B. 
Missouri 1905, and Med. Student, 
1907-09 ; Res. Phys. Santo Tomas 
Hosp. Panama City, 1911-13. — Phy- 
sician, Ontario, Ore. 

Wiener, Isidore Kaliscli — A. B. Prince- 
ton 1907 ; Interne, Blackwell'6 Is- 
land, New York, 1911-12; Vienna, 
1913. — Asst. Ear, Nose and Throat, 
Mt Siani Hosp. and Physician, New 
York. 

Wiese, Edwin Robert — A. B. Western 
Univ. of Penna. 1907; Student, Univ. 
of Berne, Switzerland, 1911-14. 

Winn, Claud May — S. B. Tulane 1906, 
and Student of Med. 1906-07.— Chief 
of Laboratories, Santo Tomas Hosp. 
Panama City. 

Wolfsohn, Julian Mast — S. B. California 
1905, and M. S. 1907 ; R. H. O. 1911- 
12. — Instr. in Neurol. Med. Dept. Le- 
land Stanford, Jr. Univ. Visit. Neurol. 
San Francisco Hosp. and Physician, 
San Francisco, Calif. 



de Angulo, Jaime — B. es Lett. Univ. of 
Paris, 1902; Cooper. Med. Coll. 1906- 
07 ; Eugenics Record Office, 1912-13. — 
Grad. Student, Stanford Univ. (De- 
gree granted January 8, 1912.) 

Cox, George Washington — S. B. Chicago 
1907. — Interne, Hartford, Hosp. Hart- 
ford, Conn. (Degree granted January 
8, 1912.) 

McAliley, Robert George — S. B. Davidson 
1904; Med. Student, Univ. of Md. 
1907-08 ; Interne, R. I. Hosp. Provi- 
dence, 1911-13. — House Officer, The 
Babies' Hosp. N. Y. (Degree granted 
January 8, 1912.) 

Morgan, Ernest Luther — S. B. Wake 
Forest 1907 ; Med. Student, ibid. 
1905-07 ; Interne, Providence Hosp. 
Washington, D. C. (Jan.-Oct '12). — 
A6st in Anat Georgetown Med. Sch. 
and Physician, Washington, D. C. 
(Degree granted January 8, 1912.) 
(89) 

Class Secretary — Arthur L. Bloomfield, 
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1912 

Andrews, Clarence Ladelle — S. B. Lou- 
isiana State 1908 ; Univ. of Strase- 
burg, Germany, 1909 ; Interne, Jcffer- 
Bon Surg. Hosp. Roanoke, Va. 1912- 
13 ; Prof. Anat. Univ. of Mississippi, 
and Phys. Oxford, 1913-14.— Physi- 
cian, 1801 Pacific Ave., Atlantic 
City, N. J. 

Bartlett, Edwin I. — A. B. Washington 
State 1908 ; Univ. of Strassburg, 1909 ; 
Interne, St Agnes' Hosp. 1912-13. — 
Physician, Edmondson and 1st Aves., 
Baltimore. 

Beard, Joseph Howard — A. B. St. John's 
1902, and A. M. 1912.— Instr. Physiol. 
Med. Exarn. Civil Service Employees, 
Univ. of Illinois, and Physician, Ur- 
bana. 

•Bigelow, Jane Elizabeth — A. B. Butler 
1907. {Died, March 11, 1913.) 

Bowers, Charles Albert— S. B. West Vir- 
ginia 1908. — Asst. Res. Surg. Lake- 
side Hosp. Cleveland. 

Bridgman, Eveleth Wilson— A. B. 1908; 
Med. and Pathol. Interne, Ancon Hosp. 
C. Z. Summers of 1910 and 1911 ; 
R. H. O. 1912-13; Asst. Res. Phys. 
and Asst. in Med. 1913-15. — Instr. 
and Asst. Res. in Chg. Heart Sta. 

Brown, Cyrus Cathey — A. B. Arkansas 
1908; Anaesthetist, St. Francis' Hosp. 
Pittsburgh, 1912-14. — Asst. Supt 
Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, O. 

Butsch, John Louis — S. B. Purdue 1906, 
and M. S. 1914. — Assoc. Prof. Pharm. 
Univ of Buffalo, and Clin. Asst. in 
Surg. Buffalo Gen'l Hosp. Buffalo, 
N. Y. 

Cary, Raymond John — S. B. Iowa 1906; 
Chicago, Summer session, 1904 and 
1905 ; Med. Student, Western Reserve, 
1908-10; Res. Phys. St. Francis' 
Hosp. Pittsburgh, 1912-13. — Res. 
Phys. Tuber. League Hosp. Pittsburgh. 

Chaffee, Burns Stoddard — A. B. Leland 
Stanford, Jr. 1908. — Resident Surgeon, 
U. P. Infirmary. 

Chesney, Alan Mason — A. B. 1908; R. 
H. O. 1912-13; Asst. Res. Phys. and 
Asst in Med. 1913-14. — Asst Res. 
Hosp. Rockefeller Inst N. Y. 

Cohen, Jacob — A. B. 1908. — Interne, City 
Hospital, Bayview. 

Dabney, Marye Yeamans — Ph. B. Chi- 
cago 1908 ; Interne, R. I. Hosp. Provi- 
dence, 1912-13 ; 1st Asst Gynecol. 
Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 1913-14 ; 
Res. H. A. Kelly Hosp. 1914-15.— 
Surgeon, 1231 S. 19th St., Birming- 
ham, Ala. 

Davis. Edwin Greene — A. M. Nebraska 
1909, and Med. Student, 1908-10.— 
Interne, Union Protestant Infirmary. 

•Dumm, William Milton — S. B. Ohio 
Wesleyan 1908; R. H. O. 1912-13; 
Asst. Res. Gvne. 1914-15. (*Drowned, 
July 12, 1915.) 



Edgerton, Milton Thomas, Jr. — A. B. 
Georgia 1908 ; Interne, City Hosp. 
Bayview, 1912-13; Prof. Path, and 
Bact U. of Miss. Oxford, 1913-1 1; 
Interne, Bellevue Hosp. 1914-15. — 
Health Officer, Pitt Co. Greenville, 

n. a 

Fisher, Roland Frederick— S. B. Wiscon- 
sin 1909, and Med. Student, 1907-09; 
Asst. Res. Surg. Washington Univ. 
Hosp. St Louis, 1913-14 ; Asst in 
Surg. Washington Univ. Med. Sen. St 
Louis 1914-15. — Res. Surg. Barnard 
Skin and Cancer Hosp. St. Louis. 

Fleming:, Mary Randolph — A. M. Ran- 
dolph-Macon Woman's Coll. 1902 ; In- 
terne, Hardman Sanatorium, Com- 
merce, Ga. 1912-13 ; PathoL Bismarck 
Hosp. N. D. 1913-14.— Phys. in Chg. 
Whipple Hosp. for Women, Tabriz, 
Persia. 

Foote, Ovid Clemmons — A. B. Wake 
Forest 1908 ; Interne, Jefferson Surg. 
Hosp. Roanoke, Va. 1912-13. — Asst 
Surg. U. S. S. "Illinois," Phila. 

Frantz, Winter Reginald — S. B. West 
Virginia 1908 ; House Gyne. Bellevue 
Hosp. N. Y. 1912-14.— Asst. Res. Wil- 
lard Parker Hosp. N. Y. 

Fricke, Willa May— A. B. Barnard, 1906; 
2V 2 years Med. Coll. and Hosp. for 
Women and Children, 1906-09 ; Ex- 
terne in Obstet 1912-13 ; Dispen. 
Obstet. Asst Res. Obstetrician and 
Asst in Obstetrics 1913-15. — Fellow- 
ship in Bact Mayo Clinic, Rochester, 
Minn. 

Gammon, Julian Eugene — S. B. Florida 
1908 ; Interne, St Agnes' Hosp. (to 
December, 1912) ; Res. Phys. Lakeside 
Hosp. Cleveland, 1913-14. — Physician, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 

Gibbes, James Heyward — A. B. and S. B. 
South Carolina 1908 ; Asst Res. Phys. 
1912-13. — Physician, Columbia, S. C. 

Gills, William Lee — A. B. Randolph- 
Macon 1905. — Interne, Hartford Hosp. 
Connecticut 

Glass, Frederick Akin — A. B. Central 
(Ky.) 1908. — Res. Gyne. Lakeside 
Hosp. Cleveland. 

Goodpasture, Ernest William — A. B. 
Vanderbilt 1907 ; Rockefeller Fellow in 
Pathol. J. H. U. and Pathol, to U. 
P. I. 1913-14; Act. Res. Pathol, and 
instr. in Pathol. 1914-15.— Res. Path. 
Peter Bent Brigham Hosp. and Instr. 
Pathol. Harvard Med. Sch. Boston. 

Hall, Roscoe Willis — Ph. B. Dickinson 
1908 ; Interne, Citv Hosp. Bayview, 
1912-13.— Res. and Asst Disp, Psy- 
chiatrist 

Holmes, James B. — A. B. and A. M. 
Virginia 1910, and Med. Student, 1908- 
09 ; Med. Student, Gottingen, Sum- 
mer, 1911 ; Asst Phys. Eudowood 
Sanatorium, 1912-13; Asst Dispen. 
Phys. Asst in Pediatrics 1913-15.— 
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Hurwitz, Samuel Haymann — A. B. Har- 
vard, 1907, and A. M. 1908; Univ. 
of Strassburg, 1909 ; Special Student, 
Inst. Infect. Diseases, Berlin, Summer, 
1911; E. H. 0. 1912-13; House 
Officer, Peter Bent Brigham Hosp. 
Boston 1913-15. — Instr. Resch. Med. 
Hooper Found'n Med. Resch. U. of 
Calif. San Francisco. 

Jeidell, Helmina — A. B. Barnard 1908; 
Special Student, Pasteur Inst. Paris, 
Summer, 1909; R. H. O. 1912-13; 
Asst. Res. Obstetrician, Sept. 1 to 
Jan. 1, 1914. — Sun Dance, Wyo. 

Kocher, Rudolph Alfred — A. B. Leland 
Stanford, Jr. 1908; Student of Med. 
Leipzig, 1909-10; Vol. Asst. 2d Med. 
Clin. Univ. of Munich, 1912-13; Stu- 
dent in Chem. ibid. 1913. — U. of 
Calif. San Francisco. 

Loos, Henry Hoffman— A. B. 1908.— Res. 
Surg. St. Agnes' Hosp. 

Lough, Walter Gay— S. B. West Virginia 
1908.— Res. Phys. and Instr. Med. N. 
V. Post-Grad. Hosp. and Med. Sch. 
New York. 

Lowsley, Oswald Swinney — A. B. Leland 
Stanford, Jr. 1908 ; Res. Surg. Belle- 
vue Hosp. N. Y. 1913-15. — Clin. Asst. 
Urol. N. Y. P. G. Hosp. and Med. 
Sch. ; and O P. D. Bellevue Hosp. 
and Surg. N. Y. 

McAllister, Harvey Ross — A. B. Penha. 
Coll. 1908. — Interne, Jefferson Surg. 
Hosp. Roanoke, Va. 

McClure, William Bradbury — S. B. 
Penna. Coll. 1908; R. H. O. 1912-13. 
— Res. Phys. Child'n Mem. Hosp. Fel- 
low, Sprague Mem. Inst, and Asst. in 
Med. Rush Med. Coll. Chicago. 

McCulloch, Hugh— A. B. Arkansas 1908. 
— Res. Phys. Barnes Hosp. and Asst. 
in Med. Washington Univ. St. Louis. 

Millea, William Lawrence — A. B. Clark 
1908; R. H. O. 1912-13. — Res. Ob- 
stet. and Instr. in Obstetrics. 

Miller, Edgar Allen— S. B. Penna. Coll. 

1908 ; Interne, St. Francis' Hosp. 

Pittsburgh 1912-13. — Physician, E. 

Berlin, Pa. 
Miller, Knox Emerson — A. B. William 

Jewell 1908.— Asst. Surg. U. S. P. 

H. S. Washington, D. C. 

Mills, Nathaniel— A. B. Williams 1908; 
Interne, St. Francis' Hosp. New York, 
1912-14; Interne, Foundling Hosp. 
N. Y. 1914-15.— Physician, Mt. Ver- 
non, N. Y. 

Morriss, William Haviland — A. B. Haver- 
ford 1908; R. H. O. 1912-13; Res. 
Surg. Hosp. for Women of Maryland 
1913-15. — Amer. Red Cross, La Panne, 
Belgium. 

Neill, William, Jr.— A. B. St. John's 
1908 ; Res. Phys. and Surg. Church 
Home and Infirmary 1912-15. — Assoc. 
Kelly Sanitarium, Baltimore. 



Nichols, Ralph Wilbur — Ph. B. Yale 
1908 ; Interne. Boston Floating Hosp. 
Summer, 1912 ; after October 1st, 
Sr. Interne, New Haven Hosp. Conn. 
1912-13.— Asst. in Pathol. Yale Med. 
Sch. and Physician, Montowese, Conn. 

Pearce, Louise — A. B. Leland Stanford, 
Jr. 1907; Boston Univ. Sch. of Med. 
1907-09; R. H. O. 1912-13; House 
Phys. Phipps Psychiatric Clinic ; 
Resch. Fellow, Pathol. Rockefeller 
Inst, for Med. Research, N. Y. 1913- 
15. — Assistant, ibid. 

Pelton, Charles Hamlin — A. B. Trinity 
(Conn.) 1905; Int. Albany Hosp. 
1912; Res. State Hosp. Scranton, Pa. 
1913 ; Interne, Essex Co. Isolation 
Hosp. Belleville, N. J. 1913-14; In- 
terne, Lucas Co. Hosp. Toledo, O. 
1914. — Asst. to Supt. City and Co. 
Hosp. and Physician, St. Paul, Minn. 

PincofFs, Maurice Charles, Jr. — S. B. 
Chicago 1909; Rush Med. Coll. 1906- 
09 ; Grad. Sch. 1909-10 ; Interne, 
Presbyterian Hosp. Chicago, 1912-13 ; 
Res. City Hosp. Bayview, 1913-15.— 
Physician, Baltimore. 

Post, Martin Hay ward, Jr. — A. B. Am- 
herst 1908 ; Interne, City Hosp. St. 
Louis, 1912-13. — Physician, Metropol. 
Bldg., St. Louis, Mo. 

Rand, Carl Wheeler — A. B. Williams 

1908, and A. M. 1909; R. H. O. 
1912-13 ; Asst. Surg. Peter Bent Brig- 
ham Hosp. Boston 1914-15. — House 
Surg. Mercy Hosp. Chicago. 

Reid, Charles Dwight, Jr. — A. B. Wil- 
liams 1908 ; Interne in Surg. German 
Hosp. New York 1913-15. — Physician, 
N. Y. C. 

Reid, Mont Rogers — A. B. Roanoke 
1908; R. H. O. 1912-13; Asst. Res. 
Path. 1913-14. — Asst. Res. Surg, and 
Instr. in Surgery. 

Reynolds, Harold Irwin — A. B. Georgia 
1908 ; Interne, Woman's Hosp. of 
Maryland 1913-15. — Phvsician, Sthn. 
Mut. Bldg., Athens, Ga. 

Rohde, Max Spencer — S. B. Chicago 
1908; Interne, Kansas City Gen' 
Hosp. Mo. 1912-13. — Asst. Surgeon, 
Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 

Sarason, Peter Benjamin — A. B. Yale 

1909, and Med. Student, 1907-09; R. 
H. O. 1912-13.— Interne, Jewish Hosp. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Schmeisser, Henry Christian — ■ A. B. 
1908 ; Fellow and Asst. in Pathol. 
1912-15, and Ph. D. 1914.— Instr. in 
Pathol. 

Schultz, Raymond Louis — S. B. Wiscon- 
sin 1908, and Med. Student, 1908- 
10 ; Interne, Milwaukee Co. Hosp. 
Wis. 1912-13 ; Res. Phvs. Lucas Co. 
Hosp. Toledo. O. 1913-14.— Interne, 
Roosevelt Hosp. N. Y. 



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Sears, Nathan P. — Ph. B. Syracuse 
1908 ; Interne, Church Home and In- 
firm. Baltimore, 1912-13 ; Interne, 
Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 1914-15. — 
Asst. Surg. Hosp. Women and Child'n, 
and Physician, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Sellman, Reginald Oliver — A. B. 190S; 
Res. Phys. Biedler-Sellman Sanitarium, 
Baltimore, 1912-15. — Physician, 2018 
W. North Ave., Baltimore. 

Shale, Rolla J.— A. B. Oberlin 1908; 
Res. Phys. Wilkes-Barre Hosp. Pa. 
1912-13 ; Res. Phvs. Eddy Road Hosp. 
Cleveland, 1913-14.— Res. Phys. St. 
Luke's Hosp. Cleveland. 

Simpson, Ellery DeWitt — A. B. Western 
Maryland 1908 ; Interne, St. Luke's 
Hosp. St. Paul, Minn. 1912-13. — 
Surgical Pathol. Mayo Clinic, Roch- 
ester, Minn. 

Sisson, Warren Richards — A. B. Colgate 
1906; Student of Med. Univ. of 
Munchen, Winter semester, 1910-11, 
and Univ. Heidelberg, Summer session, 
1911 ; House Officer, Mass. Gen. Hosp. 
1912-13 ; House Officer and Res. 
Path. Peter Bent Brigham Hosp. ; 
Instr. in Pathol. Harvard Med. Sch. 
Boston, 1913-15. — Instr. in Pediatrics. 

Slack, Harry Richmond, Jr. — A. B. 
Georgia 1908. — Asst. Res. Surg. Asst 
Dispen. Laryn. and Asst. in Laryn. 

Starr, Trammell — A. B. Emory 1908; 
Interne, City Hosp. Bay view, 1912- 
13. — Asst. Res. Phys. Church Home 
and Infirmary, Baltimore. 

Stearns, Thornton — A. B. Davidson 1906; 
Surg, and Ortho. House Officer, Mass. 
Gen'l Hosp. Boston, 1912-14 ; Asst. 
Res. Pathol, and Asst. in Pathol 
1914-15. — Asst. in Surg, and Res. Surg. 
U. of Calif. Hosp. San Francisco. 

Stevenson, Holland Newton, 2nd — Ph. B. 
Yale 1908; Instr. in Pathol. 1912-lt*. 
— Asst. Cancer Resch. Columbia Univ. 
New York. 

Strauss, Abraham — A. B. Harvard 1909. 

House Surg. Mt. Siani Hosp. New 

York, 1912-14. — Physician, Osborn 

Bldg., Cleveland, O. 
Streett, David Corbin — A. B. 1908; R. 

H. O. 1912-13; Asst. Phys. in Chg. 

Disp. Lab. 1913-14. — Asst. Res. Phys. 

and Asst. in Medicine. 
Sundwall, John — S. B. Chicago 1903; 

Ph. D. 1906, and Med. Student, 1906- 

08; U. S. Public Health and Marine 

Hosp. Service, Washington, D. C. 

1912. — Prof. Anat. Univ. of Kansas, 

Lawrence. 
Wahl, Harry Roswell — A. B. Wisconsin 

1908, and A. M. 1910, and Med. 

Student, 1908-10.— Asst. Visit. Pathol. 

Lakeside Hosp. and Assoc, in Pathol. 

West. Reserve Univ. Cleveland. 
Walters, Arthur L.— S. B. Purdue 1904; 

Interne, City Hosp. Providence, R. I. 

(Summer, 1912) ; Interne, Harriet 

I>ane Home, J. H. H. 1912-13.— Asst. 



Dir. Scientific Lab's, Eli Lilly & Co., 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

Watt, Charles Hansell— S. B. Davidson 
1906; R. H. O. 1912-13; Asst. Res. 
Surg. 1913-15. — Asst. and House Gy- 
necol. Roosevelt Hosp. New York. 

Weakley, Adriel Clark — A. B. George- 
town (Ky.) 1908 ; Interne, Brooklyn 
Hosp. N. Y. 1912-14. — Physician, 
Shelbyville, Ky. 

Weed, Lewis Hill— A. B. Yale 1908, and 
A. M. 1909; Arthur Tracy Cabot 
Fellow in Chg. Lab. Surg. Research, 
Harvard, 1912-14 ; Instr. in Anat. 
1914-15. — Assoc, in Anat. 

Wegeforth, Paul— A. B. 1908; Studeut 
of Medicine, Strassburg and Berlin, 
1909-11 ; Interne Brigham Hosp. Bos- 
ton, 1913-14. — Physician, 322 Granger 
Bldg., San Diego, Cal. 

Wells, Donald Breckenridge — A. B. Yale 
1907 ; City Hosp. Providence, R. I. 
(Summer of 1912) ; Interne, St. 
Luke's Hospital, N. Y. 1912-15 — 
Surgeon, 2 Garden St., Hartford, 
Conn. 

Williams, Alexander Watson — A. B. Har- 
vard 1908 ; Interne, Union Protestant 
Infirmary, 1912-13. — 1st Lieut. Med. 
Corps, U. S. A. Philippine Islands. 

Williams, Francis Thomas — A. B. 1908; 
Interne, Providence Hosp. Washington, 
D. C. 1912-14.— Hygienic Lab. Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Wolf, Eleanor Bittinger — A. B. Goucher 
1908 ; R. H. O. 1912-13 ; House Phys. 
N. Y. Infirm, for Women and Chil- 
dren, N. Y. 1913-14 ; Asst. Phys. Chg. 
A. E. L. M. Hosp. Guntur, Madras 
Pres. India. 

Wolff, George Baney — A. B. Ursinus 
1908 ; Clin. Asst. Sheppard and Enoch 
Pratt Hosp. Towson. — Asst. Disp. Psy- 
chiatrist. 

Wood, James Augustus — A. B. Southern 
1907 ; Univ. of Ala. Summer, 1906 ; 
Interne, City Hosp. Providence, R. I. 
Summer, 1912; Res. Phys. N. Y. 
Foundling Hosp. 1912-13; Res. Phys. 
Seaside Hosp. St. John's Guild, New 
Dorp, S. I. N. Y. 1914; Chldn. Med. 
Officer, Mass. Gen'l Hosp. Boston, 
1915. — Physician, Yankton, S. D. 

Woodward, Harold Burton— S. B. Wes- 
leyan (Conn.) 1908; Interne, City 
Hosp. Waterbury, Conn. 1912-13.— 
Con. Phys. Waterbury Hosp. and Phy- 
sician, Terryville, Conn. (81) 

Class Secretary — Alan M. Chesney, Rocke- 
feller Inst, for Med. Resch. New York. 

1913 

Allen, Arthur Wilburn— A. B. George- 
town (Ky.) 1909. — Res. Surg. Mass. 
Gen'l Hosp. Boston. 

♦Anderson, David Ballantyne— S. B. Chi- 
cago 1910 ; Med. Student, Rush, 
1908-10; Res. Phys. Garrett Hosp. 



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for Children, Summer, 1913. — Interne, 
Mt. Siani Hosp. N. Y. (*Died, May 
28, 1915.) 

Bornscheuer, Albert Adam — S. B. Wash- 
ington and Jefferson 1909. — Asst. Gy- 
necol. Allegheny Gen'l Hosp. Pitts- 
burgh. 

Bronson, Edith — A. B. Syracuse Univ. 
1909, and Med. Dept. 1909-10; House 
Phys. Children's Hosp. San Francisco, 
1913-14; House Phys. N. Y. City 
Hosp. Randall's Is. 1914-15. — Res. 
Phys. Royal Hosp. Sick Chldn. Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 

Cameron, Don Franklin — A. B. Indiana 
1907; A. M. Chicago 1909, and Med. 
Dept. 1909-11 ; Interne, St. Luke's 
Hosp. Chicago 1913-14. — Asst Disp. 
Urol. Brady Institute. 

Canter, Noland Mackenzie — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1909 ; Interne, Jefferson 
Surg. Hosp. Roanoke, Va. 1913-14. — 
Res. Phys. Children's Hosp. Sch. 
Baltimore. 

Carlisle, Wilbur Glenn — A. B. Ohio Wes- 
leyan 1909 ; Summer Qr. Chicago, 
1909; R. H. O. 1913-14.— Physician, 
Bucyrus, O. 

Cave, Henry Wisdom — A. B. Central 
(Ky.) 1909; R. H. O. 1913-14; Asst. 
in Surg. Asst. Res. Surg. 1914-15. — 
Res. Roosevelt Hosp. N. Y. 

Cecil, Howard Lee — A. B. St. John's 
(Annapolis) 1908; R. H. O. 1913-14. 
— Asst. Disp. Urol. Brady Institute. 

Chunn, George Davies — S. B. Arkansas 
1908; Interne, Jefferson Surg. Hosp. 
Roanoke, Va. — 1st Lieut. Med. Corps, 
Army Med. Sch. Washington, D. C. 

Clarke, Helen Dorothy (Mrs. E. J. 
Kempf) ; A. B. Vassar 1909 ; R. H. O. 
1913-14.— Washington, D. C. 

Cook, Robert Jay — A. B. Iowa State 

1909. — Interne, German Hosp. N. Y. 
Corner, George Washington — A. B. 1909; 

Asst. in Anat. 1913-14; R. H. O. 

1914-15.— Asst. Prof. Anat. U. of 

Calif. Berkeley. 
Darrow, Kent Edward — S. B. N. Dak. 

Agricul. 1909 ; Interne, City Hosp. 

Seattle, Wash. 1913-14; Surg. S. S. 

"Minnesota" 1914-15. — Phys. and Surg. 

Fargo, N. D. 
Davis, Daniel— A. B. Harvard 1909.— 

Interne, Ancon Hosp. Panama, Sum- 
mer, 1913; Asst. in Physiol. 1913- 

14. — Asst. Res. and Asst. in Obstet. 
Davis, Thomas Kirby — A. B. Wabash 

1909 ; Med. Student, Cornell, 1909- 

10. — Interne, Manhattan State Hosp. 

N. Y. after Jan. 1, 1914, Interne, 

New York Hosp. N. Y. 
Dignan, Howard Henry— S. B. California 

1910, and Med. Student, 1909-10; 

House Phys. German Hosp. Phila. 

1913-15.— U. S. P. H. Hosp. San 

Francisco. 



Dwyer, William— S. B. Trinity (Conn.) 
] 909 ; Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn. 
1913-14. — Physician, Hartford, Conn. 
Elkin, Cortlandt Whitehead Wilson - 
A. B. Allegheny 1909. — Asst. in Med. 
Allegheny Gen'l Hosp. and Physician 
Pittsburgh. 

Fishbaugh, Ernest Clyde — A. B. Indiana 
1910, Fellow, 1910-11, and A. M. 
1911 ; Med. Student, 1909-11 ; R. H. 
O. 1913-14.— Physician, 526 S. Ser- 
rano St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Flack, Roswell Elmore — A. B. Wake 
Forest 1901; Deputy Co. Health Of- 
ficer, Spray, N. C. 1913-15.— Prof. 
Path, and Bact. Wake Forest Coll. 
N. C. 

Gates, Frederick Lamont — A. B. Yale 
1909. — Asst. Rockefeller Institute for 
Med. Resch. N. Y. 

Gerdine, Linton— S. B. Georgia 1909; 
Interne, City Hosp. Bayview, 1913- 
14 ; Interne, Children's Mem. Hosp. 
Chicago, 1914-15. — Asst. Res. Pediat. 
U. of Calif. Hosp. San Francisco. 

Graham, Clarence Flack — A. B. Yale 
1909. — House Officer, R. I. Hosp. 
Providence. 

Hagan, Herbert Hart— A. B. Georgetowp 
(Ky.) 1908.— Asst. Res. Surg. Wash- 
ington Univ. Hosp. and Barnes Ho6p. 
St. Louis, 1914-15. — Asst. Res. Surg. 
Barnes Hosp. and St. Louis Children's 
Hosp. St. Louis. 

Heymann, Isaac Picard — S. B. Louisiana 
State 1909 ; Ship Surg. Leyland Line, 
New Orleans and London, Summer 
1913. — Interne, Brooklyn Hosp. 

Hinton, Charles Crawford — Ph. B. Emory 
1909 ; Interne, City Hosp. Bayview, 
1913-14 ; Res. Phys. Telfair Hosp. 
for Women, Savannah, Ga. 1914-15. — 
Chf. O. P. D. Clin. Emory Univ. At- 
lanta. 

Holmes, Walter Richard, Jr. — A. B. 
Georgia 1909; R. H. O. 1913-14.— 
Asst. Res. and Dispen. Gynecol. 

Horrax, Gilbert— A. B. Williams 1909.— 
Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellow, Surg. 
Resch. Lab. Harvard. 

Howard, Lee— A. B. Mercer 1909; Asst. 
to Laryngol. 1913-14. — Physician, 
Waycross, Ga. 

Huddleson, James Howard, Jr. — A. B. 
Princeton 1909 ; Interne, Manhattan 
State Hosp. 1913-14.— Interne, N. Y. 
Hosp. N. Y. 

Hume, Edgar Erskine— A. B. Central 
(Ky.) 1908, Fellow, 1908-09, and 
A. M. 1909. Vol. Asst. in Neurol. 
1913-14 ; Summer Semester, Munich, 
1914. — Asst. Clin. Nerv. Diseases, U. 
of Rome. 

Hutchins, Amos Francis — A. B. St. 
John's (Annapolis) 1908; Interne, 
Union Protestant Infirm. 1913-14.— 
Res. Gyne. Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland, 
Ohio. 



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Jelks, Edward — A. B. Mercer, 1909; 
Res. House Officer, 1913-14 ; Asst. in 
Pathol. 1914-15. — Surgeon, Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 

Kieffer, Richard Fulton — A. B. Franklin 
and Marshall 1907.— Asst. Res. Phys. 
Union Protestant Infirm. Baltimore. 

Kolmer, George August Leonard— A. B. 
Roanoke 1907, and A. M. 1909.— 
Dist. Inspector, Va. State Board of 
Health, Richmond. 

Kraus, Walter Max — A. B. Harvard 
1910; A. M. Columbia 1914.— Interne, 
Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 

Laubach, Charles Adam — S. B. Muhlen- 
berg 1909. — Instr. in Hygiene. 

Levy, Robert Louis — A. B. Yale 1909; 
R. H. O. 1913-14.— Asst. Res. Phys. 
and Asst. in Medicine. 

Lyman, John Cushman — S. B. Whitman 
1909 ; Interne, Union Protestant In- 
firm. Baltimore, 1913-14.— Res. Phy- 
sician, Hebrew Hosp. 

McKee, William Clifford — S. B. Pomona 
1908 ; House Officer, Calif. Hosp. Los 
Angeles, 1913-14. — Physician, Los 
Angeles, Cal. 

Michael, William Howard— A. B. 1909; 
Phys. Santo Tomas Hosp. Panama, 
R. de P. 1913-14.— Asst. Surg. U. S. 
N. U. S. S. "Illinois," Philadelphia. 

Minsk, Louis D.— A. B. Yale 1910, and 
Med. Dept. 1909-10; R. H. O. 1913- 
14. — Asst. to Dr. Knox. 

Moore, Chalmers Hale — A. B. Washing- 
ton and Lee 1909. — Gyne. Hillman 
and Univ. Hosps. and Physician, Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 

Morton, John Jamieson, Jr. — A. B. Am- 
herst 1907 ; House Officer Peter Bent 
Brigham Hosp. Boston, 1913-14. — 
Fellow, Pathol. Rockefeller Inst. N. Y. 

Munn, Aristine Pixley — A. B . Bryn 
Mawr 1909. — Clin. Asst. N. Y. Univ. 
and Bellevue Med. Coll. N. Y. 

Nesbit, William Edward— A. B. Arkan- 
san 1909 ; Interne, Jefferson Surg. 
Hosp. Roanoke, Va. 1913-14. — In- 
terne, City Hosp. Bayview. 

Hewkirk, Merle Cornelius— Ph. B. Syra- 
cuse 1909 ; Interne, Ho6p. for Women 
and Children, Syracuse, N. Y. 1913- 
14. — Physician, Sherman, N. Y. 

Hewman, Harold Hastings — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1909 ; Interne, Garfield 
Mem. Hosp. Washington, D. C. 1913- 
14.— Asst. Whitehead-Stokes Sanator- 
ium, and Physician, Salisbury, N. C. 

Ogburn, Herbert Hammond— S. B. West 
Lafayette 1908; Med. Student, N. C. 
1908-09. — Surgeon, Greensboro, N. C. 

Olmsted, William Harwood— S. B. Coe 
1909. — Asst. in Med. Wash. Univ. ; 
Asst. Res. Barnes Hosp. St. Louis, Mo. 

Paichal, Frank Lafayette— A. B. Texas 
1909; Summer Or. Chicago 1908.— 
Interne, Post-Graduate Hosp. N. Y. 



Post, Lawrence Tyler — A. B. Yale 1909; 
R. H. O. 1913-14.— Asst. Surg. So. 
Bait. Eye, Ear and Throat Hosp. and 
Surgeon, Baltimore. 

Powers, Grover Francis— S. B. Purdue 
1908; R. H. O. 1913-14.— Asst. Res. 
Pediatrician and Asst. Disp. Physician. 

Reddish, William Dandridge — A. B. Ky. 
State 1909.— Interne, R. I. Hosp. 
Providence. 

Richardson, Maurice Leonard — S. B. Wis- 
consin 1910, and M. S. 1911; Med. 
Student, 1909-11. Interne, City Hosp. 
Bayview 1913-14.— Res. Path. Lake- 
side Hosp. and Resch. Fellow in Path. 
West. Reserve Univ. Cleveland. 

Scott, Augusta Ruby— Ph. B. Chicago 
1905 ; Univs. of Zurich and Freiburg 
1907-10; Interne, Infirmary for Wo- 
men and Children, New York, 1913-14. 
— Interne, Phipps Psychia. Clinic, 
1914-15. — Asst. Res. Physician, ibid. 

Shaw, Austin— S. B. Colby 1909— House 
Officer, City Hosp. Seattle, Wash. 
1913-14. — Physician, Anacortes, Wash. 

Shaw, Henry Newton — A. B. Princeton 
1907; R. H. O. 1913-14; Interne, 
U. P. I. 1914-15.— Asst. Res. Gynecol. 

Smith, Frederick Janney — A. B. 1909; 
R. H. O. 1913-14.— Asst. Res. Phy- 
sician and Asst. in Medicine. 

Spencer, Roscoe Roy — A. B. Richmond 
1909 ; Interne, City Hosp. Bayview, 
1913-14.— Asst. Surg. U. S. P. H. 
Service, Washington, D. C. 

Stetler, Pearlie Mae — A. B. Wisconsin 
1911, and Med. Student, 1909-11. — 
Asst. to Dr. Van Hoosen, Mary Thomp- 
son Ho6p. Chicago. 

Stowers, James Evans — A. B. Missouri 
1910, and A. M. 1911 ; Med. Student, 
1909-11 ; Interne, St. Agnes' Hosp. 
Baltimore, 1913-14. — House Phys. 
Royal Victoria Hosp. Montreal, Can. 
Amer. Red Cross, Paignton, England. 

Thompson, Charles Baker — A. B. Haver- 
ford 1909 ; House Officer, Peter Bent 
Brigham Hosp. Boston, 1913-14. — 
Asst. Res. and Disp. Psychiatrist. 

Todd, Martillus Hollis — A. B. 1909; 
R. H. O. 1913-14.— Amer. Red Cross, 
Pau, France. 

Trask, Leo Stewart— S. B. Colby 1909; 
House Officer, City Hosp. Seattle, 
Wash. 1913-14. — Physician, Burling- 
ton, Wash. 

Trudeau, Francis Berger — A. B. Yale 
1909 ; Interne, Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 
1913-14. — Physician, Saranac Lake, 
N. Y. 

Turner, Joseph Richard, Jr.— S. B. Whit- 
worth 1909; R. H. O. 1913-14.— Fel- 
low, Path. Rockefeller Inst. N. Y. 

Wagenhals, Franklin Clark— A. B. Ohio 
State 1907, and Grad. Student 1907- 
08. — Interne, Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 



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Watson, Ernest Milton — Ph. B. Brown 
1907, and A. M. 1909.— House Officer, 
Mass. Gen'l Hosp. Boston. 

Watters, Ethel Madelaine— A. B. Stan- 
ford 1909, and Med. Dept. 1908-10. 
— House Phys. Children's Hosp. San 
Francisco. 

Weems, Benjamin Francis, Jr. — A. B. 
1909; Med. Student Univs. of Berlin 
and Freiburg 1910-11. — House Officer, 
Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 

Williams, Norman Harris — Ph. B. Brown 
1909.— Interne, Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 

Wittich, Frederick William— A. B. Pa. 
Coll. 1908, and A. M. 1911. — Asst. 
Phys. Minnewaska San. Gravenhurst, 
Ont. 1913; In Chg. Lab. North Chi- 
cago Hosp. 1913 ; Asst. Phys. King 
Edward San. Kamloops, B. C. 1914 ; 
Asst. Phys. and Bacterid. Public 
Hosp. for Insane, New Westminster, 
B. C. 1914; Supt. Pokegama San. 
Pokegama, Minn. 

Young, William Walter — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1909 ; House Officer, 
Peter Bent Brigham Hosp. Boston, 
1913-14 ; R. H. O. 1914-15.— Instr. 
Clin. Med. Emory Univ. and Physi- 
cian, Atlanta, Ga. 

Zimmerman, Jacob Landis — A. B. Frank- 
lin and Marshall 1909. — Interne, St. 
Vincent's Hosp. N. Y. 



Watkins, Samuel Shelton — A. B. Central 
(Ky.) 1908, and A. M. 1909; Interne, 
Church Home and Infirm. Jan. -Apr. 
1914 ; Asst. Supt. Peter Bent Brig- 
ham Hosp. Boston, May '14-Jan. '15. — 
Asst. in Clin. Laryngol. (Degree 
granted February 22, 1914.) 

(77) 



Class Secretary — Geo. W. Corner, Univ. 
of California, Berkeley. 

1914 

Batten, Grover A. — A. B. Washington 

and Lee 1908; R. H. O. 1914-15.— 

Physician, Honolulu, H. T. 
Bayne-Jones, Stanhope — A. B. Yale 

1910; Med. Student, Tulane 1910-11; 

Summer Qr. Chicago 1911 ; R. H. O. 

1914-15. — Rockefeller Fellow in Path. 

and Asst. Res. Path. 
Belt, Mabel — A. B. Goucher 1910; 

Interne, Hosp. Women of Maryland 

1914-15.— House Phys. N. Y. Infirm. 

for Women and Children. 
Bettman, Ralph Boerne — A. B. Wil- 
liams 1910. — Interne, Michael Reese 

Hosp. Chicago. 
Boehm, Julius Benjamin — S. B. St. 

Louis 1910. — Interne, Peter Bent 

Brigham Hosp. Boston. 
Bogle, Kate Breckenridge — A. B. Goucher 

1909 ; Interne, Garfield Mem. Hosp. 



Washington, D. C. 1914-15.— Interne, 
Gov. Hosp. Insane, Washington, D. C. 

duBray, Ernest Speers — A. B. Cincin- 
nati 1910 ; Interne, City Hosp. Bos- 
ton, 1914-15. — Asst. Res. Phys. 

Brush, Nathaniel Hawley — A. B. 1909; 
Interne, Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 
1914-15. — Asst. Res. Private Wards. 

Carroll, Francis Patrick — S. B. Trinity 
(Ct.) 1911; Interne, St. Agnes' Hosp. 
1914-15. — Res. Surg. Bridgeport City 
Hosp. Conn. 

Carter, David Wendel, Jr.— A. B. South- 
western 1909, and A. M. 1910. — In- 
terne, Clifton Springs Sanitarium, N. 
Y. (Summer, 1914) ; Interne, Peter 
Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston. 

Child, Dorothy— A. B. Bryn Mawr 1910. 
— Interne, Babies' Hosp. Oceanic, N. 
J. Summer, 1914 ; Interne, Woman's; 
Hosp. Philadelphia 1914-15. — Physi- 
cian, 5023 McKean Ave., Phila. 

Clark, Mildred— A. B. Wellesley 1910; 
R. H. O. 1914-15. — Asst. Res. Phys. 
and Asst. in Med. 

Colwell, Howard Spencer — S. B. Colgate 
1910.— House Officer, Mass. Gen'l Hos- 
pital, Boston. 

Connor, Charles Edward — A. B. and 
A. M. Indiana 1910 and 1912, and 
Med. Dept. 1908-10.— Interne, R. 1. 
Hosp. Providence. 

Crawford, Robert Hope — S. B. Davidson 
1910. — Interne, Union Protestant In- 
firmary. 

Davis, Isaac — A. B. Harvard 1910. — 
Interne, St. Francis' Hosp. Pitts- 
burgh. 

Dodson, Ralph Moore — -A. B. Oregon 
1910.— Interne, Bellevue Hosp. N. Y. 

Donaldson, John Calvert — Ph. B. Yale 
1910 ; Interne, Phipps Psychiatric 
Clinic 1914-15. 

Dornblaser, Harry Bright — A. B. Wit- 
tenberg 1907, and A. M. 1910; In- 
terne, Hosp. Women of Maryland 
1914-15.— Res. E. Steele Magee Hosp. 
Pittsburgh. 

Downs, Chester Arthur — A. B. Oregon 
1910; Med. Student Harvard 1910-11. 
— Interne, Hartford Hosp. Conn. 

Ducasse, Edmond Frederic — A. B. Wash- 
ington 1910. — Interne, City Hosp. 
Boston, Europe. 

Duffy, William Core — A. B. Wake For- 
est 1910 ; Interne, City Hosp. Bay- 
view 1914-15; Act. Asst. Surg. Path. 
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn, to 
Oct. 1915. — Asst. in Pathol. 

Duncan, John Baxter — A. B. Mercer 
1910 ; Interne, Jefferson Surg. Hosp. 
Roanoke, Ya. 1914-15. — Interne, M. E. 
Hosp. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dunn, George R. — Ph. B. Hamline 1910. 
R. H. O. 1914-15.— Asst. Res. Surg. 



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Eaton, Avis Chippewa — A. B. Welles- 
ley 1909.— Interne, Hosp. for Chil- 
dren and Tr. Sch. for Nurses and 
Alex. Maternity Cottage, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Emrick, Marion W. — Ph. B. Franklin 
and Marshall 1910 ; Res. Phys. Lan- 
caster Gen'l Hosp. Lancaster, Pa. 
1914-15. — Physician, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Englar, Thomas Shepherd — A. B. West- 
ern Maryland 1910; Med. Student 
Wisconsin 1910-11. — Res. Phys. Kan- 
sas City Gen'l Hosp. Kansas City, 
Mo. (Medford, Md.) 

Evans, Frank Alexander — A. B. Wash- 
ington and Jefferson 1910, and A. M. 
1914; R. H. O. 1914-15.— Asst. Res. 
Path. Presby. Hosp. N. Y. 

Fansler, Walter A.— A. B. and A. M. 
Missouri 1911 and 1912, and Med. 
Dept. 1909-10 and 1911 and 1912; 
Instr. Path, and Bact. Marquette 
Univ. Milwaukee 1914-15. — Physician, 
Minneapolis. 

Fechtig, Allen Garthwright — A. B. South 
1910 ; Summer School, Virginia 1911- 
12, and Med. Dept. 1910-12.— Interne, 
N. Y. Pol3 r clinic Hosp. New York. 

Fergusson, James Grant — A. B. Stan- 
ford 1908 ; Med. Student, St. Andrew 
(Scotland) 1910-11, and Munich 1912- 
13. — interne, Roosevelt Hosp. New 
York, Europe. 

Fleming, LeRoy Newton — A. B. Miami 
1910.— Asst. in Surg. 1914-15. 

Flexner, Morris— A. B. Michigan 1910.— 
R. H. O. 1914-15. — Asst. Res. Barnes 
Hosp. St. Louis. 

Frazee, Mary Louise — A. B. Goucher 
1908. — Interne, Bloomingdale Hosp. 
White Plains, N. Y. 

Gardner, Harold Bearce — S. B. Grinnell 
1910. — Res. Phys. St. Francis' Hosp. 
Pittsburgh. 

Grave, Floyd— S. B. Carlton 1908.— In- 
terne, City and County Hosp. St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Hagan, Hugh Johnson — A. B. Washing- 
ton and Lee 1910. — Interne, Jefferson 
Surg. Hosp. Roanoke, Va. 

Hain, Raymond Fisher — S. B. Bucknell 
1910. — Interne, Church Home and In- 
firm. Baltimore. 

Hall, Raymond Confer — S. B. Wesleyan 
(Ct.) 1909. — Interne, Bellevue Hosp. 
New York. 

Hampton, Henry Hunton — S. B. Ten- 
nessee 1903. — Interne, Church Home 
and Infirm. Baltimore. 

Harrell, Bryant Eugene — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1907. — Res. Surg. Jeffer- 
son Surg. Hosp. Roanoke, Va. 

Haupt, Walter Clark — Ph. D. 1908; 
Grad. Student Michigan 1910 ; Asst. 
Phvs. Butler Hosp. Providence, R. I. 
1914-15.— Asst. Neurol. Inst, of N. 
Y. New York City. 



Hodge, Mary Ashmun — A. B. Stanford 
1903, and Grad. Student 1909-10 — 
Asst. in Clin. Med. and Dispensary 
Physician. 

Hooper, Charles Warren — A. B. Kansas 
1911, and Med. Student 1909-11.— 
Instr. Resch. Med. Geo. W. Hooper 
Fndn. for Med. Resch. Univ. Calif. 
San Francisco. 

Huffman, Lyman Foster — S. B. Ohio 
Wesleyan 1910; Interne, Lakeside 
Hosp. Cleveland 1914-15. — Physician, 
Galion, O. 

Hutchison, James Elder — A. B. Ohio 
State 1909, and Grad. Student, Iowa 
State 1909-10. — Interne, Hartford 
Hospital, Conn. 

Ingraham, Ruth — A. B. Vassar 1907, 
and Grad. Student, Barnard 1909-10 ; 
Interne, Woman's Hosp. Philadelphia 
1914-15. — Physician, 444 Clinton 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jack, William David — A. B. Creighton 
1908; Grad. Student, Chicago 1909 
-10 ; Interne, Peter Bent Brigham 
Hosp. Boston 1914-15. — Asst. Res. 
Brady Institute. 

Jones, Walter Falke — A. B. Hamilton 
1908, and A. M. 1909.— Interne, 
French Hosp. New York. 

Keister, William Shirey — A. B. Roanoke 
1907, and A. M. 1909; U. S. Marine 
Hosp. Wilmington, N. C. 1914-15.— 
Va. State Bd. Health, Richmond. 

Kelly, Claude Currie — S. B. Davidson 
1909. — Interne, M. E. Hosp. Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Ketcham, Clarence Searle — B. L. Rut- 
gers 1910, and A. M. 1914. — Interne, 
U. P. Infirm. Baltimore. 

King, John Theodore, Jr. — A. B. Prince- 
ton 1910; R. H. O. 1914-15.— Asst. 
Res. Phys. 

*Krake, Leigh Seward — A. B. Nebraska 
1907. (Died, July 9, 1914.) 

McGill, Caroline— A. B. Missouri 1904, 
A. M. 1905, and Ph. D. 1908; Chi- 
cago Summer, 1907 ; Berlin 1909 ; 
Tubingen 1910. — Pathol. Murray 
Hosp. Butte, Mont. 

Martin, Floyd August — A. B. Missouri 
1911, and A. M. 1912, and Med. Dept. 
1906-09 ; Instr. Pathol, and Bacterioi. 
Univ. of Missouri, Columbia 1914-15. 
— Asst. Supt. State Hosp. No. 1, Ful- 
ton, Mo. 

Marvel, Norman Clyde — A. B. 1910; 
Interne, Hosp. Women of Maryland, 
Baltimore 1914-15. — Interne, French 
Hosp. N. Y. 

Meyer, Jerome— S. B. Alabama 1908; 
Med. Dept. J. H. U. 1908-10; Med. 
House Officer, Washington Univ. St. 
Louis 1914-15. — Med. Officer, Child'ns 
Mem. Hosp. Chicago. 

Mosiman, Roscoe E. — S. B. Huron 1910; 
Interne, Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland 
1914-15. — Asst. Res. Surg. St. AgneR' 
Hosp. 



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Moyle, Robert Davie — A. B. McMaster 
1908. — Freiburg, i/B Germany. 

Ormond, John Kelso — A. B. Princeton 
1906; R. H. O. 1914-15.— Asst Res. 
Phys. City Hosp. Bay View. 

Piumer, John Shaffer— S. B. Pittsburgh 
1909.— Asst. in Pathol. Allegheny 
Gen'l Hosp. Pittsburgh. 

Redelings, Leslie Hall — S. B. North- 
western 1909, and M. S. 1910; R. H. 
O. 1914-15.— Fellow, Mayo Clinic, 
Rochester, Minn. 

Reichard, John Davis — A. B. Trinity 
<Ct) 1910.— Interne, Church Home 
and infirm. Baltimore. 

Reinhard, Ferdinand Oscar Wolfgang — 
A. B. 1908 ; Interne, St. Mary's Hosp. 
Milwaukee (3 mos.) ; Res. Johns 
Hopkins Hosp. Sch. and Convales. 
Home Colored Chldn. 1914-15. — 
Amer. Red Cross, Serbia. 

Robinson, Aaron — A. B. 1910. — Interne, 
Hebrew Hosp. Baltimore. 

Rockwood, Ethel May — S. B. Simmons 
1909. — Interne, Memorial Hosp. Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

Rothholz, Alma Sophia — A. B. Smith 
1910; R. H. O. 1914-15.— Asst. in 
Laryngol. 

Saltzstein, Harry— Ph. B. Yale 1910.— 
interne, Mt Siani Hosp. New York. 

Sohmitt, John Joseph Zymanski— A. B. 
St. John's (Brooklyn) 1910; Asst 
Surg. U. S. P. H. S. Wilmington, N. 
C. 1914-15. — Sanitary Inspect. Amer. 
Red Cross, Nishe, Serbia. 

Sewell, John Holt— E. E. Texas 1908.— 
Interne, City Hosp. Bayview. 

Shaffer, Floyd Elmer — A. B. Lebanon 
Valley 1910. — Res. Phys. German 
Hosp. Philadelphia. 

Sherrick, Joseph Leslie — A. B. Mon- 
mouth 1908; A. M. Yale 1910; In- 
terne, Mass. Gen'l Hosp. Boston 1914- 
15. — Asst. Res. Physician. 

Sherry, Leroy Briggs — A. B. Illinois 
1910. — Interne, Lakeside Hosp. Cleve- 
land. 

Silvester, Richard Lee — S. B. Maryland 
Agricult. 1909, and Grad. Student, 
1909-10. — Interne, Hosp. Women of 
Maryland, Baltimore. 

Siubbs, Landon Elwood — A. B. Ran- 
dolph-Macon 1910 ; Interne, Garfield 
Mem. Hosp. Washington, D. C. 1914- 
15. — Physician, Gloucester, Va. 

Taylor, Herbert Douglas — A. B. St. 
John's 1910 ; Prof. Bacteriol. and 
Pathol. Wake Forest Coll. N. C. 1914- 
15.— Asst. Path, and Bact. Rockefeller 
Inst for Med. Resch. N. Y. 

Utainger, Otto E.— A. B. Stanford 1910. 
— Asst. Res. U. P. Infirm. Baltimore. 

Vanneman, Joseph Stephens — Ph. B. 
Dickinson 1910 ; Interne, Church 
Home and Infirm. Baltimore 1914-15. 
— Res. Phys. Princeton Univ. Infirm. 
Princeton, N. J. 



Van Valzah, Laurie — A. B. Oregon 1910. 
— Interne, So. Pacific Hosp. San Fran- 
cisco. 

Venable, John Manning — A. B. North 
Carolina 1910, and Med. Dept 1910- 
12. — Interne, St. Luke's Hosp. New 
York. 

Webb, Joseph— A. B. Wittenberg 1910. 
— R. H. O. 1914-15.— Sr. Interne, 
Obstet. and Gyne. Stanford Univ. San 
Francisco. 

Webb, Roscoe Clayton — A. B. Minne- 
sota 1911. — Interne, N. Y. Hosp. 
New York. 

Webster, Jerome Pierce — A. B. Trinity 
(Ct) 1910; R. H. O. 1914-15.— 
Asst. Res. Surgeon. 

Wilson Harry Eugene — A. B. St. John's 
1910 ; Asst. to Dr. Long, Greensboro 
Hosp. N. C. 1914-15.— Interne, Church 
Home, Baltimore. 

Wolff, Sylvain Beer — S. B. Louisiana 
State 1910. — House Surg. Bellevue 
Hosp. New York. 

Wood, Evans Beauchamp — S. B. Ala. 
Polytech. 1907, and M. S. 1908.— In- 
terne, Lakeside Hosp. Cleveland. 

Woods, Alan Churchill— A. B. 1910.— 
Interne, Peter Bent Brigbam Hosp. 
Boston. 

Wynne, Herbert Maxwell Nash — S. B. 
Bethany 1906, and A. M. 1907 ; Grad. 
Student, Ohio State 1909; R. H. O. 
1914-15.— Asst. Res. Gynecol. 

Zadek, Isadore — S. B. Ala. Polytech. 
1910.— R. H. O. 1914-15. 



Class Secretary — John T. King, Jr., 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

(90) 

1915 

Adair, Frank Earl — A. B. Marietta 

1910. — Interne, New York Hosp. New 

York. 
Andrew, Harvey Montreville — S. B. 

Waynesburg 1911. — Interne, Hartford 

Hosp. Conn. 
Armstrong, Charles — S. B. Mt. Union 

1910. — Interne, New Haven Gen'l 

Hosp. Conn. 
Atchley, Dana Winslow — S. B. Chicago 

1911.— R. H. O. 
Aull, John— A. B. Virginia 1911.— In- 
terne, Washington Univ. Hosp. St 

Louis. 
Bacon, Arthur Maynard — A. B. Western 

Maryland 1911. — ■ Interne, Garfield 

Memorial Hosp. Washington, D. C. 
Baldwin, John Cook — S. B. Hamilton 

1910, and M. S. 1913; Grad. Student 

Berlin, 1910-11. — Interne, St Francis' 

Hosp. Pittsburgh. 
Batchelor, Marjorie Dietz — A. B. Wel- 

lesley 1907. — Asst. in Med. and Disp. 

Physician. 



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Batchelor, Roger Putnam — A. B. Wis- 
consin 1911. — Assistant in Surgery. 

Bates, Harold Edwards— A. B. Oregon 
1910. — Interne, Bellevue Hosp. New 
York. 

Bean, Leo Chapman— Ph. B. Ohio 1911. 
— Interne, Union Protest. Infirmary. 

Belden, Louis de Keyser — S. B. North 
Carolina 1910, and Med. Dept. 1911- 
13. — Interne, Roosevelt Hosp. New 
York. 

Braunlich, George — Ph. B. Chicago 
1910. — Interne, New Haven Hosp. 
Conn. 

Burket, Walter C— S. B. Chicago 1911, 
and A. B. Baker, 1912.— R. H. O. 

Christopher, Frederick — S. B. North- 
western 1911. — Interne, New York 
Hosp. New York. 

Clark, Admont Halsey— A. B. Oberlln 
1910. — Assistant in Pathology. 

Clarke, Jefferson Hamer, Jr. — A. B. 
Haverford 1911. — Interne, Philadel- 
phia Gen'l Ho^p. Philadelphia. 

Clausen, Samuel Walcott— A. B. Wil- 
liams 1910 ; Grad. Student, Prince- 
ton 1910-11.— R. H. O. 

Clough, Harry Duffield — A. B. Brown 
1908, and A. M. 1911.— Interne, K. 
I. State Hosp. Providence. 

Crawford, Rena— Ph. B. Chicago 1903; 
A. M. Columbia 1910.— Interne, N. Y. 
Infirmary for Women and Children, 
New York. 

Cunningham, Robert Sydney — S. B. and 
A. M. Davidson 1911. — Assistant in 
Anatomy. 

Dayton, Arthur Bliss— Ph. B. Yale 
1911. — Fellow in Pathology. 

Delatour, Beeckman J. — S. B. Amherst 
1911. — Interne, St. Luke's Hosp. New 
York. 

Derr, Woods Frederick — A. B. Buckness 
1911. — Interne, Williamsport Hasp. 
Williamsport, Pa. 

Doherty, Drayton Howard — A. B. How- 
ard 1910. — Physician, Selma, Ala. 

Elmendorf, DuMont F.— A. B. Rutgers 
1911. — Interne, Children's Hosp. Sch. 

Fallas, Roy Edwin — A. B. Leland Stan- 
ford, Jr. 1911.— R. H. O. 

Faust, Otto Alois— Ph. B. Union 1911. 
— Interne, The R. I. Hosp. Providence. 

Gasser, Herbert Spencer — A. B. and A. 
M. Wisconsin 1910 and 1911, and 
Med. Dept. 1909-11 ; Asst. and Instr. 
in Physiol, ibid, 1911-13. — Instr. in 
Pharmacol. Univ. Wisconsin, Madison. 

▼on Glahn, William Carson — S. B. 
Davidson 1911. — Interne, New Haven 
Hosp. Conn. 

Glass, Samuel James, Jr. — S. B. Pitts- 
burgh 1911. — Interne, Hosp. for Wo- 
men of Maryland. 



Gober, William Mayes — A. B. Georgia 

1909. — Interne, Methodist Episcopal 

Hosp. Brooklyn. 
Goddard, Calvin Hooker— A. B. 1011.— 

Asst. in Med. Heart Station, J. H. H. 
Griffith, Lewie Muller — S. B. South 

Carolina 1908. — Asst. in Laryngology. 
Griffith, Roy— S. B. Georgia 1911.— 

Interne, City Hosp. Hartford, Conn 
Haden, Russell Landram — A. B. Vir- 
ginia 1910, and A. M. 1911.— R. 

H. O. 
Happ, William Morris — A. B. Georgia 

1911. — Interne, City Hosp. Bayview. 
Heddens, Vernon Offutt — A. B. Mis- 
souri 1910. — Interne, New York Hosp. 

New York. 
Houck, Frank M. — Ph. B. Dickinson 1910. 

— Interne, Cragmor Sanatorium, Colo. 

Spgs. Colo. 
Irwin, Stewart Vernon — S. B. California 

1911.— R. H. O. 
Joseph, Morris — S. B. New York 1911; 

Student, Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll. 

1910-11. — Interne, Panama Canal 

Service. 
McLean, McDugald Keener — A. B. 

Southwestern 1908; Med. Dept. J. H. 

U. 1909-10; B. Sc. Oxford, England, 

1913. — Interne, City Hosp. Bayview. 
MacRae, Floyd Wilcox, Jr.— Ph. B. 

Yale 1911. — Interne, Lakeside Hosp. 

Cleveland. 
McVay, James Robert — A. B. Missouri 

1912, Med. Dept. 1910-12, and Grad. 

Student 1912-13. — Interne, Lakeside 

Hosp. Cleveland. 

Makel, Hertel Philip— A. B. 1911.— 

Interne, St. Agnes' Hosp. 
Mason, Verne Rheem — S. B. California 

1911.— R. H. O. 
Maxcy, Kenneth Fuller — A. B. George 

Washington 1911.— R. H. O. 

Melen, David Ralph — S. B. Rochester 
1911. — Interne, Rochester Infants' 
Summer Hosp. (Summer, 1915) ; In- 
terne, Rochester Gen'l Hosp. New 
York. 

Mitchener, Jame3 Samuel — S. B. David- 
son 1909. — Physician, Edenton, N. C. 

Morgan, Harold Sydney—A. B. Leland 
Stanford, Jr. 1912, and Med. Dept. 
1911-12. — Interne, Bellevue Hosp. 
New York. 

Moore, Thomas Verner — Ph. D. Catholic 
U. of A. 1903 ; Fellow and Instr. in 
Psychol. Med. Student, Georgetown 
1910-13, and Munich 1913-14.— 
Instr. in Psychol. Catholic Univ. of 
America, Washington, D. C. 

Morison, Rufus Ayers — Va. Military 
Inst. 1905. — Res. Phys. Royal Vic- 
toria Hosp. Montreal, Canada. 

Murray, John Gardner, Jr. — A. B. 1911. 
— R. H. O. and Asst. Disp. Obstet. 



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Musser, Harvey Huston — A. B. 1911. — 
R. H. O. 

Newcomer, Harry Sidney — A. B. Wis- 
consin 1909, and A. M. 1910, and 
Grad. Student 1910-11 ; Chicago 
Summer Qr. 1910-11, and Freiburg 
1912-13.— Res. Pathol. Penna. Hosp. 
Philadelphia. 

Feightal, Thomas Christian — Ph. B. 
Franklin and Marshall 1911. — In- 
terne, Roosevelt Hosp. New York. 

Preston, George Heinrichs — A. B. 1911. 
— R. H. O. 

Putnam, Mary — A. B. Bryn Mawr 1910. 
— Interne, N. Y. Infirmary for Women 
and Children, New York. 

Rhodes, George Kremer — S. B. Califor- 
nia 1912, and Med. Dept. 1911-12. — 
R. H. O. 

Richards, Davis Neeper — A. B. Wooster 
1911. — Interne, Montreal Maternity 
Hosp. Canada. 

Richards, Esther Loring — A. B. Mt. 
Holyoke 1910 ; Med. Dept. Wisconsin 
1910-13.— R. H. O. 

Rivers, Thomas Milton — A. B. Emory 
1909; Med. Dept. J. H. U. 1909-11.— 
R. H. O. 

Rosenthal, Gilbert White— A. B. 1910, 
and Grad. Student 1910-11. — R. H. O. 

Rothschild, Lippman Levy — A. B. Yale 

1910. — Interne, Phipps Psychiatric 
Clinic. 

Schnack, Adolph George — A. B. Leland 
Stanford, Jr. 1910; A. M. Yale 1911. 
— Interne, Mass. Gen'l Hosp. Boston. 

Scott, Katherine Julia— A. B. Welles- 
ley 1910; Grad. Student, Radcliffe 
1910-11. — Asst. in Anatomy, U. of 
Calif. Berkeley. 

Shellito, Judd Campbell — S. B. Prince- 
ton 1911. — Interne, Harper Hosp. 
Detroit. 

Shewbrooks, Daniel Marsh — A. B. Mid- 
dlebury 1909. — Interne, City and 
County Hosp. St. Paul, Minn. 

Slater, Harvey M.— A. B. Oregon 1911. 
— Interne, City and County Hosp. St. 
Paul, Minn. 

Smith, Daniel Clarke Wharton 2nd — 
Ph. B. Yale 1911.— Interne, City 
Hosp. Bayview. 

Smith, Lucius Ernest — S. B. Kentucky 

1911. — Interne, Presbyterian Hosp. 
San Juan, P. R. 

Smith, L. Howard— S. B. Huron 1910. 

— Interne, Garfield Memorial Hosp. 

Washington, D. C. 
Swan, Mary Hannah— A. B. Mt. Holy- 



oke 1905; Woman's Med. Coll. of 
Pa. 1910-12.— Pathol. Central Hosp. 
111. C. R. R. Chicago. 

Sydenstricker, Virgil Preston Willis— 
A. B. Washington and Lee 1910, and 
A. M. 1911.— R. H. O. 

Tappan, Benjamin — A. B. 1911. — In- 
terne, Cincinnati Gen'l Hosp. Ohio. 

Thomas, William Clark — A. B. Emory 
1911. — Interne, Union Protestant In- 
firmary. 

True blood, Donald Vaughn — A. B. Wash- 
ington 1911.— R. H. O. 

Tucker, Prescott Steirns — A. B. George 
Washington 1911. — R. H. O. 

Turner, John Calvin, Jr.— S. B. David- 
son 1908, and A. M. 1909; Grad. 
Student, Columbia 1910-11. — Interne, 
St. Luke's Hosp. New York. 

Turner, Victor Roland — S. B. Denison 
1909; A. M. Harvard 1911. — Interne, 
St. Luke's Hosp. New York. 

Walker, John Edward — S. B. Ala. Poly- 
tech. 1910, and M. S. 1911.— Interne, 
City Hosp. Bayview. 

Warner, Charles Luther— A. B. 1911.— 
Interne, Hosp. for Women of Mary- 
land. 

Werner, Roy Gillilan— A. B. Ohio State 

1909, and Grad. Student 1909-10; 
Med. Student, Chicago, Summer, 1911. 
— Physician, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Wharton, Lawrence Richardson — Ph. B. 
Hiram 1907 ; Grad. Student, J. H. U. 

1910, and DePauw 1911. — R. H. O. 
Whisman, Henry Stafford— S. B. Cali- 
fornia 1911. — Interne, Roosevelt Hosp. 
New York. 

Williams, Louis Hicks — A. B. North 
Carolina 1911. — Interne, Polyclinic 
Hosp. New York. 

Wix, Edward Blaine— Ph. B. Yale 1911. 
Physician, 59 Columbia Terrace, Wee- 
hawken, N. J. 

Woo, F. Simon (Hu Hsuan-ming) — 
A. B. St. John's (Shanghai) 1910, 
Grad. Student, J. H. U. 1910-11.— 
Student Dept. Hygiene, Harvard. 

(89) 



Smith, John Frederick — A. B. Lake 
Forest 1907. — Interne, Bellevue Hosp. 
New York. (Degree granted February 
22, 1915.) 



Class Secretary — Benjamin Tappan, Cin- 
cinnati Hospital, Cincinnati, O. 

(1149) 



Places of Residence of the Graduates in Medicine of the 
Johns Hopkins University 



Alabama: 

Birmingham, 9 

R. T. Comer, '01. 

K. W. Constantine, '05. 

M. Y. Dabney, '12. 

S. L. Ledbetter, Jr., '10. 

F. A. Lupton, '99. 
E. M. Mason, '06. 

C. H. Moore, '13. 

H. P. Shugerman, '08. 
W. L. Thornton, '10. 

Clayton, 1 

N. L. Winn, '06. 

Decatur, 1 

W. W. Dinsmore, '07. 

Gadsden, 1 

H. W. Bass, '06. 

Mobile, 2 

H. P. Cole, '06. 

G. J. Wintbrop, '06. 

Montgomery, ] 

P. B. Mosa, '09. 

Opelika, 1 

L. H. Watkins, '09. 

Selma, 2 

D. H. Doherty, '15. 
M. A. Maas, '11. 

A laska : 



'01. 



Ft. St. Michael, I 

T. L. Ferenbaugh, '09. 

Arizona : 

Phoenix, 3 

C. B. Palmer, '07. 
F. H. Redewill, '06. 
M. B. Walker (Williams), 

Tucson, 

J. I. Butler, '01. 

A rkansas : 

Hot Springs, 

J. H. Chestnutt, '07. 

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Little Rock, 1 

J. I. Scarborough, '08. 

California: 

Berkeley, 7 

G. W. Corner, '13. 
H. M. Evans, '08. 

F. P. Gay, '01. 

G. Y. Rusk, '00. 
K. J. Scott, '15. 

H. S. Thomson, '09. 
C. L. Williams, '02. 

Los Angeles, 14 

F. C. Ainley, '06. 

W. V. Brem, Jr., '04. 

C. Burnside, '07. 

A. B. Cecil, '09. 

J. L. Choate, '10. 

R. L. Cunningham, '07. 

E. C. Fishbaugh, '13. 
H. M. Gallagher, '11. 
R. F. Hastreiter, '01. 
W. C. McKee, '13. 

C. L. Magee, '99. 

F. S. Ray, '08. 
L. E. Ray, '08. 
R. R. Rea, '06. 

Palo Alto, 2 

A. W. Meyer, '05. 

C. D. Mosher, '00. 

Pomona, 1 

D. H. Morse, '10. 

Sacramento, 2 

C. M. Faris, '05. 

F. F. Gundrum, '08. 

San Diego, 2 

R. S. Carter, '10. 
P. Wegeforth, '12. 

San Francisco, 33 

H. W. Allen, '00. 
V. B. Appleton, '06. 

E. E. Brownell, '99. 
J. V. Cooke, '08. 
H. H. Dignan, '18. 
A. C. Eaton, *14. 
A. L. Fisher, '00. 
L. Gerdine, '13. 

S. L. Haas, '08. 
H. Harris, '99. 

G. W. Hartman, '07. 

F. Hinman, '06. 

C. W. Hooper, '14. 



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S. H. Hurwitz, '12. 
S. Hyman, '02. 
R. A. koeher, '12. 
H. L. Langnecker, '06. 
H. Lisser, '11. 
A. G. Lyle, '02. 

F. W. Lynch, '99. 
J. O. Keel, '10. 
R. Patek, '06. 

J. P. Pratt, '10. 
E. Rosencrantz, '04. 
M. Silverberg, '02. 
T. Stearns, '12. 
H. A. Stephenson, '10. 
J. Van Denburgh, '02. 
L. Van Valzah, '14. 
E. M. Watters, '13. 
J. Webb, '14. 

G. H. Whipple, '05. 
H. 1. Wiel, '05. 

J. M. Woltsohn, '11. 

Stanford University, . . 

C. F. de Angulo, '11. 

J. de Augulo, '11. 

W. H. Manwaring, '04. 



Colorado : 



Colorado Springs, 5 

G. B. Gilbert, '07. 
F. M. Houck, '15. 
S. W. Schaefer, '09. 
J. R. Stewart, '09. 
W. W. Williams, '99. 

Denver, 3 

H. G. Garwood, '04. 

C. B. Ingraham, Jr., '06. 

M. Long, '03. 



Connecticut: 
Bridgeport, 



F. P. Carroll, '14. 



Hartford, 



H. M. Andrew, '15. 
J. L. Birdsong, '09. 
E. B. Carter, '11. 
H. N. Costello, '10. 
G. W. Cox, '11. 
C. D. Deming, '10. 
E. A. Deming, '08. 

C. A. Downs, '14. 
W. Dwyer, '13. 
W. L. Gills, '12. 
R. Griffith, '15. 

A. H. Griswold, '06. 
T. N. Hepburn, '05. 
J. E. Hutchinson, '14. 
H. G. Jarvis, '10. 
W. H. Licht, '11. 
H. A. Martelle, '05. 
J. R. Miller, '11. 
H. C. Russ, '06. 
W. R. Steiner, '98. 

D. W. Tracy, '08. 
R. L. Waite, '09. 

D. B. Wells, '12. 

E. A. Wells, '01. 



Litchfield, 

C. H. Turkington, '07. 

Middletown, 

H. Rinde, '08. 

Montowese, 

R. W. Nichols, '12. 

New Britain, 

C. H. Travis, '03. 

New Haven, 1 

C. Armstrong, '15. 
H. G. Barbour, *10. 
G. Braunikh, '15. 
J. W. Churchman, '02. 
J. M. Flint, '00. 
W. C. von Glahn, '15. 
D M. Lewis, '01. 
A. H. Morse, '06. 
R. F. Rand, '00. 
J. M. Slemons, '01. 
H. M. Steele, '02. 

Norwich, 

P. J. Cassidy, '98. 

Stepney, 

G. A. Smith, '07. 

Thompsonville, 

T. E. Vail, '11. 

Terryville, 

H. B. Woodward, '12. 

West Haven, 

R. D. Clarke, '08. 

Delaware: 



Laurel, 

J. R. Elliott, '09. 

Wilmington, 

W. E. Bird, Jr., '11. 

District of Columbia: 

Washington, 3 

A. M. Racon, '15. 

K. B. Bogle, '14. 

J. B. Briggs, '02. 

E. F. Butler, '10. 

G. D. Chunn, '13. 

H. D. Clarke (Kempf), '13. 

J. Dunlop, '02. 

W. G. Erving, '02. 

H. A. Fowler, '01. 

N. D. Graham, '01. 

M. Hahn, '07. 

H. H. Hazen, '06. 

E. S. Hendrv. '11. 

W. B. Hetfield, '11. 



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Doctors of Medicine 



221 



H. M. Kaufman, '01. 

H. L. Kelley, '07. 

A. H. Kimball, '02. 

W. E. H. Krechting, '06. 

L. C. Lehr, '02. 

J. W. Lindsay, '08. 

E. Lootz (Erving), '02. 

C. N. McBryde, '97. 

K. E. Miller, '12. 

J. F. Mitchell, '97. 

T. V. Moore, '15. 

E. L. Morgan, '11. 

H. P. Parker, '01. 

W. T. Parsons, '07. 

E. H. Reede, '02. 
L. H. Smith, '15. 

W. F. M. Sowers, '00. 
R. R Spencer, '13. 
L. Tayler-Jones, '03. 

F. T. Williams, '12. 



Florida: 



Jacksonville, 10 

G. Day, '06. 

J. E. Gammon, '12. 

H. Hanson, '08. 

G. R. Holden, '01. 

E. Jelks, '13. 

E. M. L'Engle, '02. 

E. L. Lowell (Stevens), '00. 

W. S. Manning, '03. 

J. H. Randolph, '04. 

C. P. Rogers, '02. 

Miami, 

I. C. Youmans, '09. 



Pensacola, 

H. Ginsberg, '10. 

Plant City 

R. Duffy, '02. 

Tampa, 

E. G. Birge, '07. 

Zolfo, 

J. R. Ftow, '08. 

Georgia : 

Athens, 2 

D. H. DuPree, '07. 
J. A. Hunnicutt, '11. 

Atlanta, 11 

M. L. Boyd, '07. 

C. E. Dowman, Jr., '05. 

W. M. Dunn, '11. 

L. M. Gaines, '03. 

C. C. Hinton, '13. 

J. E. Paullin, '04. 

C. M. Remsen, '04. 

H. I. Revnolds, '12. 

C. A. Rhodes. '07. 

W. F. Shallenberger, '07. 

W. W. Young, '13. 



Augusta, 2 

W. D. Cutter, '05. 
W. C. Kellogg, '00. 

Macon, 2 

J. R. B. Branch, '08. 
M. D. Council, '11. 

Savannah, 4 

V. H. Bassett, '03. 
W. R. Dancy, '00. 
M. Weinberg, '10. 
W. S. Wilson, '04. 

Ft. Screver, 1 

E. R. Gentry, '09. 

Thomson, 1 

B. F. Riley, '03. 

Waycross, 1 

L. Howard, '13. 

Hawaii : 

Haiku, 1 

W. D. Baldwin, '01. 

Honolulu, 1 

G. A. Batten, '14. 

Idaho : 



Nampa, 1 

C. E. Watson, '10. 
Illinois : 

Chicago, 12 

R. B. Bettman, '14. 
C. F. Book waiter, '10. 
H. F. Helmholtz, '06. 
L. L. Iseman, '06. 
P. Kyes, '00. 
W. B. McClure, '12. 
J. Meyer, '14. 
C. W. Rand, '12. 
M. J. Rubel, '01. 
P. M. Stetler, '13. 
S. Strouse, '06. 
M. H. Swan, '15. 

Evanston, 2 

P. O. Owsley, '99. 

G. R. Henry (Dick), '07. 

Havana, 1 

C. H. Stubenrauch, '07. 

Jacksonville, 1 

E. G. Dewey, '03. 

Kankakee, 1 

C. Ricksher, '06. 



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Mattoon, 1 

W. G. Wallace, '09. 

Peoria, 1 

J. H. Bacon, '04. 

Urbana, 1 

J. H. Beard, '12. 

Warsaw, 1 

R. T. Edwards, '04. 

Indiana: 

Anderson, 1 

T. M. Jones, '02. 

Evansville, 1 

H. W. Little, '00. 

Fort Wayne, 2 

B. M. Edlavitch, '10. 
H. M. Senseny, '10. 

Indianapolis, 6 

H. L. Conner, '10. 

C. P. Emerson, '99. 
W. D. Gatch, '07. 
E. B. Mumford, '05. 
J. V. Reed, '04. 

A. L. Walters, '12. 



Linton, 

A. A. Thomas, '08. 

Madison, 

A. P. Harrison, '07. 



Iowa: 



Cedar Rapids, . . . 

J. Crawford, '09. 



Davenport, 

J. T. Haller, '05. 



Des Moines, 

M. Emmert, '09. 

Iowa City, 

A. H. Beifeld, '07. 

Mt. Vernon, 

F. F. Ebersole, '06. 



Kansas: 



Lawrence, . . 
J. Sundwall, 



12. 



Rosedale, 

R. H. Major, '10. 



Kentucky: 

Harrodsburg, 



C. B. Van Arsdall, '02. 

Lexington, 

W. H. Hawkins, '11. 
J. D. Hunt, '06. 
W. S. Wyatt, '09. 



Louisville, 3 

L. K. Baldauf, '05. 
J. V. Bedinger, '11. 
E. O. Grant, '11. 



Shelbyville, 

A. C. Weakley, 

Louisiana : 



'12. 



New Orleans, 2 

R. B. Bean, '04. 
C. C. Cody, '10. 



Maine: 



Bangor, 2 

L. Adams, '11. 

B. Hunt, '11. 

Foxcroft, 1 

C. C. Hall, Jr., '10. 

Portland, 2 

W. B. Moulton, '03. 
P. P. Thompson, '06. 

Maryland: 

Annapolis, 3 



J. A. Bass, '09. 

B. B. Browne, Jr., '02. 
D. C. Walton, '09. 

Baltimore, 208 

R. T. Abercrombie, '05. 

D. W. Atchley, '15. 

C. R. Austrian, '09. 
W. S. Baer, '98. 
F. H. Baetier, '01. 
W. A. Baetjer, '09. 

E. I. Bartlett, '12. 
M. D. Batchelor, '15. 
R. P. Batchelor, '15. 
L. C. Bean, '15. 
S. Bayne- Jones, '14. 
E. B. Beasley, '06. 
M. Belt, '14. 
J. M. Bergland, '04. 
B. M. Bemheim, '05. 
A. L. Bloomfield, '11. 
T. R. Boggs, '01. 
E. S. duBray, '14. 
E. W. Bridgman, '12. 
T. R. Brown, '97. 
H. Briille, '00. 



Doctors of Medicine 



223 



R. M. Brans, *02. 
N. H. Brush, '14. 
H. W. Buckler, '99. 
W. C. Burkct, '15. 
C. F. Burnam, '00. 
J. E. Burns, Jr., '08. 
M. T. Burrows, '09. 

C. M. Byrnes, '06. 

D. F. Cameron, '13. 
N. M. Canter, '13. 

D. B. Casler, '04. 
H. L. Cecil, '13. 

B. S. Chaffee, '12. 
T. R. Chambers, '10. 
J. A. Chatard, '03. 
M. Clark, '14. 

G. W. Clausen, '15. 
P. W. Clough, '07. 
J. Cohen, '12. 
H. T. Collenberg, '10. 
J. A. C. Colston, '11. 

E. V. Coolahan, '08. 
W. B. Cornell, '03. 
R. H. Crawford, '14. 
S. J. Crowe, '08. 

R. S. Cunningham, '15. 
W. E. Dandy, '10. 
D. Davis, '13. 

D. M. Davis, '11. 

E. G. Davis, '12. 
J. S. Davis, '99. 
A. B. Davton, '15. 
S. A. Do'dds, '05. 
G. C. Dohme, '02. 

J. C. Donaldson, '14. 
W. C. Duffy, '14. 
G. R. Dunn, *14. 

D. F. Elmendorf, '15. 
R. E. Fallas, '15. 

R. Fayerweather, '03. 
J. S. Fischer, '03. 
W. A. Fisher, '00. 
L. N. Fleming, '14. 
R. H. Follis, '99. 
W. W. Ford, '98. 
H. Fried, '11. 
W. A. Frontz, '11. 
J. T. Geraghty, '03. 
S. J. Glass, Jr., '15. 

C. H. Goddard, '15. 

E. Goetsch, '09. 

H. S. Greenbaum, '04. 
L. M. Griffith, '15. 

C. G. Guthrie, 07. 
R. L. Haden, '15. 
R. F. Hain, '14. 

R. W. Hall, '12. 
L. P. Hamburger, '97. 
L. V. Hamman, '01. 
H. H. Hampton, '14. 
W. M. Happ, '15. 

F. Hazlehurst, '07. 
V. O. Hertrtens, '15. 

G. J. Heuer, '07. 

L. K. Hirshberg, '02. 
M. A. Hodge, '14. 
J. B. Holmes, '12. 
W. R. Holmes, '13. 

D. R. Hooker, '05. 
G. L. Hunner, '97. 

E. H. Hutchins, '06. 
S. V. Irwin, '15. 

W. D. Jack, »14. 



C. C. W. Judd, '11. 
A. Keidel, '03. 
N. M. Keith, '11. 
C. S. Ketcham, '14. 
L. W. Ketron, '11. 
R. F. Kieffer, '13. 
J. H. King, '06. 
J. T. King, »14. 
J. H. M. Knox, '98. 
L. B. Lange, '11. 
S. P. Law (Mrs. McGlan- 
nan), '07. 

C. A. Laubach, '13. 
M. Lazenby, '03. 

V. N. Leonard, '11. 

E. J. Leopold, '05. 
R. L. Levy, '13. 
W. H. Lewis, '00. 
H. H. Loos, '12. 

J. A. Luetscher, '99. 
J. C. Lyman, '13. 
R. D. McClure, '08. 
M. K. McLean, '15. 

D. I. Macht, '06. 
H. P. Makel, '15. 
V. R. Mason, '15. 
K. F. Maxcy, '15. 
R. W. B Mayo, '08. 
W. L. Millea, '12. 
S. R. Miller, '10. 
L. D. Minsk, '13. 
R. E. Mosiman, '14. 

J. G. Murray, Jr., '15. 
H. H. Musser, '15. 
W. Neill, Jr., '12. 
W. E. Nesbit, '13. 
G. C. Ney, '08. 

F. K. Nichols, '10. 
J. A. O'Donnell, '11. 
J. K. Ormond, '14. 

0. B. Pancoast, '97. 

E. M. Girdwood (Peirce), '09. 

G. Peirce, '07. 

1. R. Pels, '06. 

C. A. Penrose, '97. 
E. L. Pessagno, '07. 
M. C. Pincoffs, '12. 

E. D. Plass, '11. 

J. H. Pleasants, '99. 

F. G. Porter, '08. 
L. T. Post, '13. 

G. F. Powers, '13. 
G. H. Preston, '15. 
J. D. Reichard, '14. 
M. R. Reid, '12. 

G. K. Rhodes, '15. 
E. L. Richards, '15. 

E. H. Richardson, '05. 
C. W. Riley, '07. 

T. M. Rivers, '15. 
A. Robinson, '14. 
A. Rohde, '10. 
S. Rosenheim, '99. 
G. W. Rosenthal, '15. 
A. S. Rothholz, '14. 
L. L. Rothschild, '15. 

F. R. Sabin, '00. 

E. P. Sandrock, '07. 
H. C. Schmeisser, '12. 
A. R. Scott, '13. 
R. B. Seem, '06. 
R. O. Sellman, '12. 
J. H. Sewell, '14. 



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H. N. Shaw, '13. 
R. L. Silvester, '14. 
J. L. Shenick, '14. 
W. It. Sisson, '12. 
W. K. Skilling, '11. 
H. R. Slack, Jr., '12. 
D. C. W. Smith 2d, '15. 

F. J. Smith, '13. 
W. H. Smith, '03. 
L. 0. Spencer, '11. 
T. P. Sprunt, '09. 
T. Starr, '12. 

G. A. Stewart, '11. 
H. B. Stone, '06. 

D. C. Streett, '12. 

E. R. Strobel, '99. 

V. P. W. Sydonstricker, '15. 
G. L. Taneyhill, Jr., '04. 
W. C. Thomas, '15. 
C. B. Thompson, '13. 

C. B. Towlei, '05. 

D. V. Trueblood, '15. 
P. S. Tucker, '15. 

A. J. Underhill, '01. 

0. E. Utzinger, '14. 
C. W. Vest, '08. 

J. E. Walker, '15. 

C. L. Warner, '15. 

L. H. Weed, '12, 

J. P. Webster, '14. 

G. H. White, Jr., '06. 

J. Scott Willock, '04. 

H. E. Wilson, '14. 

H. Watson (Winternitz), '10. 

L. R. Wharton, '15. 

M. C. Winternitz, 07. 

S. Wolman, '06. 

J. K. Worthington, '08. 

H. M. N. Wynne, '14. 

G. B. Wolff, '12. 

G. H. Woltereck, »09. 

1. Zadek, '14. 

Cumberland, 

J. H. Wilson, '08. 

Easton, 

A. M. Stevens, '11. 

Hagerstown, 

P. Wroth, '06. 

Manchester, 

W. R. S. Denner, '08. 

Medf ord, 

T. S. Englar, '14. 

Princess Anne 

H. M. Lankford, '05. 

Sanatorium, 

V. F. Cullen, '06. 

Massachusetts : 

Arlington, 

H. R. Webb, '06. 



Boston, 30 

A. W. Allen, '13. 
J. B. Boehm, '14. 
L. H. Burlingham, '06. 

D. W. Carter, Jr., '14. 
H. A. Christian, '00. 
H. S. Colwell, '14. 

E. W. Goodpasture, '12. 
J. F. Grant, '03. 

E. G. Grey, '11. 

E. Hale (Swift), '05. 

G. W. Hall, '01. 

G. Horrax, '13. 

H. T. Hutchins, '03. 

C. Jacobson, '11. 

E. R. Kelley, '06. 
H. W. Marshall, '04. 
M. E. Morse, '03. 
H. G. Myrick, '00. 
J. H. Pratt, '98. 

S. Rushmore, '02. 
A. G. Schnack, '15. 
A. W. Sellards, '09. 
R. P. Strong, '97. 

F. H. Verhoeff, '99. 
C. B. Walker, '11. 

I. C. Walker, '09. 
S. H. Watkins, '13. 

E. M. Watson, '13. 

F. S. Woo, *15. 
A. C. Woods, '14. 

Cambridge, 1 

M. F. Austin (Southard), '00. 

Fall River 2 

E. S. Chace (Herbert). '01. 
M. W. Marvel, '00. 

Greenfield, 

W. K. Clarke, '08. 

Marblehead, 

J. H. Prouty, '11. 

New Bedford, 

G. Marsden, '06. 

Salem, 

E. K. Burbeck, '07. 

Waltham, 

O. L. Dascombe, '05. 

Worcester, 

E. M. Rockwood, '14. 

Weston, 

A. M. Ballou (Eliot), '05. 



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225 



Michigan : 

Ann Arbor, 3 

A. W. Hewlett, '00. 
C. D. Partridge, '07. 
U. J. Wile, 07. 

Benton Harbor 1 

W. P. Morrill, '08. 

Detroit, 11 

J. R. Carr, '04. 

G. L. Connor, '01. 

R. Connor, '01. 

N. S. Ferry, '02. 

J. H. Hathaway, '01. 

C R. Meloy, '06. 

H. W. Plaggemeyer, '07. 

B. R. Schenck, '98. 

J. C Shellito, '15. 

F. J. Sladen, '06. 

H. N. Torrey, '06. 

Grand Rapids, 1 

J. S. Brotherhood, '08. 

Kalamazoo, 1 

B. N. Epler, '99. 

Saginaw, 1 

R. O. Fuerbringer, '08. 

Minnesota: 



H. Z. Giffin, '04. 

W. C. MacCarty, '04. 

St. Paul, 4 

F. Grave, '14. 

C. H. Pelton, '12. 

D. M. Shewbrooks, '15. 
H. M. Slater, '15. 



Missouri : 



A. L. McDonald, '05. 
J. A. Winter, '06. 




Fergus Falls 


1 


K. J. Lee, '04. 




Keewatin, 


1 


C. F. Carstens, '08. 




Minneapolis, 


14 


H. W. Cook, '02. 

F. C. Davis, '99. 

W. A. Fansler, '14. 

A. D. Hirschfelder, '03. 

A. E. Johann, '10. 

A. W. Morrison, '10. 

L. H. Redelings, '14. 

M. P. Simis (Ulrich), '01. 

E. D. Simpson, '12. 

C. N. Spratt, '01. 

H. L. Ulrich, '01. 

C. B. Wright, '02. 





Pokegama, 1 

F. W. W T ittich, '13. 

Rochester, 4 

E. L. Crispin, '06. 
W. M. Fricke, '12. 



Columbia, 2 

E. R. Clark, '07. 
D. H. Dolley, '02. 

Fulton, i 

F. A. Martin, '14. 



Kansas City. 



C. H. Bryant, 'OS. 
W. W. Duke, '08. 
T. G. Orr, '10. 

E. H. Schorer, '06. 
H. F. Vanorden, '10. 

'St. Joseph, 

C A. Potter, '11. 

St. Louis, 

J. Aull, '15. 

F. M. Barnes, Jr., '07 
E. Boehm, '10. 

B. Brooks, '11. 

W. M. C. Bryan, '02. 

J. R. Caulk, '06. 

G. S. Drake, '01. 
J. Erlanger, '99. 
A. O. Fisher, '09. 
R. F. Fisher, '12. 
M. Flexner, '14. 
M. A. Frankenthal, 
H. H. Hagan, '13. 

F. M. Hanes, '08. 
R. Hopkins, '03. 

G. Ives, '11. 

P. C. Jeans, '09. 

D. W. Luten, '11. 
H. McCulloch, '12. 
W. H. Olmsted, '13. 

E. L. Opie, '97. 

M. H. Post, Jr., '12 
G. C. Robinson, '03. 
E. Sachs, '04. 
J. C Salter, '01. 
H. J. Storrs, '04. 



02. 



Montana: 



1 
26 



Butte, 3 



C. H. Horst, '02. 
A. Karsted, '02. 
C. McGill, '14. 



Great Falls, 

W. S. Bole, '10. 



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Nebraska: 

Hastings, 1 

J. R. Blackman, '06. 

Omaha, 3 

H. L. Connett, '09. 
M. Langfeld, '98. 
O. T. Schultz, '03. 

New Hampshire: 

Exeter, 1 

R. S. Perkins, '11. 

New Jersey: 

Atlantic City 1 

0. L. Andrews, '12. 

Franklin, 1 

F. P. Wilbur, '06. 

Montclair, 1 

J. A. Caldwell, '04. 

East Orange, 4 

C. T. Brown, '07. 
T. W. Harvey, '09. 
K. Porter, '98. 
E. N. Riggins, '02. 

Princeton, 1 

J. S. Vanneman, '14. 

Somerville, 1 

R. F. Hegeman, '10. 

Trenton, 1 

O. B. Farrar, '00. 

Weehawken, 1 

E. B. Wix, '15. 

New York: 

Albany, 7 

J. M. Berry, '01. 
A. W. Elting, '98. 
L. W. Gorham, '10. 

F. M. Meader, '09. 
J. A. Sampson, '99. 
F. Schmitter, '03. 
O. K. Winne, '01. 

Auburn, 1 

H. I. Davenport, '05. 

Binghampton, 2 

A. S. Chittenden, '00. 
M. J. Ross, '07. 

Boonville, 1 

F. H. Church, '06. 



Brooklyn, 14 

W. S. Bennett, '11. 
G. E. Brockway, '11. 
J. B. Duncan, '14. 
J. T. Flanagan, '08. 
W. M. Gober, '15. 
I. P. Heymann, '13. 
R. Ingraham, '14. 
L. A. Lynch, '03. 
W. H. Maddren, '01. 
J. F. Morrison, '04. 
C. E. Rynd, '11. 
P. B. Sarason, '12. 
B. T. Terry, '04. 

B. E. Wolfort, '06. 

Buffalo, 10 

H. Adsit, '06. 

J. L. Butsch, '12. 

A. H. Clark, '03. 
W. H. Glenny, '02. 

F. C. Goldsborough, '03. 

C. C. Kelly, '14. 
J. S. Lewis, '06. 
I. P. Lyon, '97. 

B. Mann, '09. 

J. S. McFarland, '02. 
W. L. Moss, '06. 



Cortland, 

R. P. Higgins, '05. 

Eastwood, 

R. H. Dunning, '11. 

Flushing (L. I.), 

C. Meltzer (Auer), '00. 

Fort Hamilton 

J. R. Boslev. '01. 

Glens Falls 

M. L. Haviland, '02. 



Ithaca 

C. W. Webb, '09. 

Kingston 

R. Sanderson, '10. 

Liberty^ 

H. B. Neagle, '03. 

Loomis, 

C. W. Mills, '08. 

Long Island City. . . . 

S. A. Marshall, '02. 

Mt. Vernon, 

N. Mills, '12. 

New Brighton, 

C. R. Kingsley, '09. 



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227 



New Rochelle, 1 



0. 


H 


Schell, '04. 


New 


Yo 

E. 


rk, 1C 


P. 


Adair, '15. 


E. 


M. 


Armstrong, '10. 


J. 


Auer, '02. 


F. 


W 


. Bancroft, '06. 


H. 


E 


Bates, '15. 


L. 


deK. Belden, '15. 


P. 


M. 


Bogart 




(Mrs. Van Voast), '06. 


W 


. H 


. Brown, '07. 


F. 


D. 


Bullock, '07. 


H. 


W 


Cave, '13. 


A. 


M 


Chesney, '12. 


F. 


Christopher, '15. 


A. 


H 


Clark, '15. 


R. 


I 


Cole, '99. 


R. 


J. 


Cook, '13. 


R. 


Crawford, '15. 


T. 


K. 


Davis, '13. 


B. 


J. 


Delatour, '15. 


B. 


S. 


Denzer, '10. 


T. 


A. 


Devan, '10. 


A. 


R. 


Dochez, '07. 


R. 


If 


Dodson, '14. 


F. 


A. 


Evans, '14. 


A. 


G. 


Fechtig, '14. 


N. 


B. 


Foster, '02. 


W 


R 


Frantz, |12. 


F. 


L. 


Gates, '13. 


H. 


L. 


Gray, '06. 


R. 


C. 


Hall, '14. 


T. 


W. 


Hastings, '98. 


W 


C. 


Haupt, '14. 


w 


P 


Healy, '00. 


R. 


w 


. Hellenbrand, '07. 


E. 


s. 


Hellweg, '07. 


J. 


Hemenvvay 




(Mrs. J. H. Kenyon), '04 


M. 


C 


Hill, '08. 


J. 


M. 


Hitzrot, '01. 


J. 


G. 


Hopkins, '07. 


A. 


Hubert, '11. 


J. 


H. 


Huddleson, '13. 


N. 


B. 


Jenison, '11. 


W 


F. 


Jones, '14. 


T. 


S. 


Keyser, '11. 


B. 


S. 


Kline, '11. 


W. 


M 


Kraus, '13. 


G. 


U. 


Light, '98. 


E. 


E. 


Lindemann, '08. 


H. 


D. 


Long, '03. 


w. 


T. 


Longcope, '01. 


w. 


G. 


Lough, '12. 


0. 


S. 


Lowslev, '12. 


R. 


G. 


McAliley, '11. 


W. 


G. 


MacCallum, '97. 


J. 


T. 


MacCurdy. '11. 


N. 


C. 


Marvel, '14. 


D. 


R. 


Melen, '15. 


D. 


E. 


Monroe, '10. 


H. 


S. 


Morgan, '"l. r >. 


J. 


J. 


Morton, '13. 


A. 


P. 


Munn, '13. 


J. 


B. 


Murphy, '09. 


S. 


T. 


Nicholson, Jr., '10. 


F. 


L. 


Paschal, '13. 


I,. 


Pearce, '12. 


T. 


C. 


Peightal, '15. 



M. Putnam, '15. 
S. I. Rainforth, '03. 
C. D. Reid, '12. 
M. Rohde, '12. 
F. P. Rous, '05. 
A. Rucker, '11. 
H. Saltzstein, '14. 

0. M. Schloss, '05. 
R. L. Schultz, '12. 
J. F. Smith, '15. 
M. B. Sponsler, '11. 

A. R. Stevens, 'OS. 

H. iN. "Stevenson 2d, '12. 

E. Stillman, '11. 
H. R. Stone, '04. 
W. R. Stone, '99. 
H. D. Taylor, '14. 
H. C. Thacher, '06. 

W. H. Thalheimer, '08. 
W. L. Thompson, '04. 
J. C. Turner, Jr., '15. 
J. R. Turner, Jr., '13. 
V. R. Turner, '15. 
J. M. Venable, '14. 

F. C. Wagenhals, '13. 
E. E. Walker, '98. 

G. W. Warren, '01. 
C. H. Watt, '12. 

B. F. Weems, '13. 
M. Warren, '00. 
R. C. Webb, '14. 

1. K. Wiener, '11. 
H. S. Whisman, '15. 
L. H. Williams, '15. 
N. H. Williams, '13. 
S. B. Wolff, '14. 

J. L. Zimmerman, '13. 

Ogdensburg, 

R. L. Stacy, '08. 
Olean, 

R. B. Morris, '10. 

Otisville, 

W. H. White, 07. 

Port Chester, 

G. Sands, '98. 

Poughkeepsie, 

E. C. Hill, '07. 

Rochester, 

S. J. Appelbaum, '08. 
J. R. Booth, '11. 
W. A. Calihan, '10. 

C. W. Hennington, '06. 
C. L. Hincher, '07. 

N. G. Orchard, '07. 

H. S. Schumacher, '07. 

Saranac Lake, 

L. Brown, '00. 
A. K. Krause, '07. 
J. L. Nichols, '97. 

F. B. Trudeau, '13. 



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Schaghticoke, 1 

A. E. Beale, '00. 

Sherman, 1 

M. C. Newkirk, '13. 

Syracuse, 4 

O. H. Cobb, '06. 
A. Dutcher, '01. 
N. P. Sears, '12. 
H. S. Steensland, '99. 

Troy, 2 

H. W. Carey, '01. 
H. P. Sawyer, '06. 

Utica, 4 

T. W. Clarke, '02. 
J. W. W. Dimon, '09. 
F. R. Ford, '05. 
F. T. Owens, '07. 

White Plains, 2 

M. L. Frazee, '14. 

H. W. Smith (Brown), 11. 

Yonkers, 3 

D. M. Sawyer, '11. 
R. B. Scofield, '07. 
W. J. Vogeler, '04. 

"North Carolina: 

Asheville, 1 

F. W. Griffith, '06. 

Charlotte, 1 

A. G. Brenizer, '08. 

Durham, 1 

M. T. Adkins, '07. 

Edenton, 1 

J. S. Mitchener, '15. 

Greensboro, 2 

W. F. Cole, '09. 
H. H. Ogburn, '13. 

Greenville, 1 

M. T. Edgerton, Jr., '12. 

New Bern, 1 

R. N. Duffy, '06. 

Raleigh, 1 

C. A. Shore, '07. 

Salisbury, 1 

H. H. Newman, '13. 

Wake Forest, 1 

R. E. Flack, '13. 



Wilmington, 2 

J. Akerman, '00. 
R. B. Slocum, '05. 

Winston-Salem, 3 

E. P. Gray, '06. 
R. M. Grimes, '10. 

A. deT. Valk, '10. 

North Dakota: 

Fargo, 2 

K. E. Darrow, '13. 
M. P. Rindlaub, '05. 

Grand Forks, 1 

L. D. Bristol, '07. 

Willow City, 1 

H. L. Youtz, '05. 
Ohio : 

Bucyrus, 1 

W. G. Carlisle, '13. 

Canton, 1 

C. A. LaMont, '08. 

Cincinnati, 8 

W. F. Jelke, '02. 

E. F. Malone, '07. 

M. E. Nast (Wherry), '06. 
W. O. Pauli, '07. 
P. Preble, '07. 

B. Tappan, '15. 

T. H. Wenning, '10. 
P. G. Woolley, '00. 

Cleveland, 25 

M. B. Bonta, '04. 

C. A. Bowers, '12. 

C. C. Brown, '12. 
W. D. Fullerton, '11. 

F. A. Glass, '12. 

H. Hempstead, '05. 
J. H. Hewitt, '06. 
A. F. Hutehins, '13. 
L. W. Ladd, '99. 
F. W. McRae, '15. 
J. R. McVay, '15. 

D. Marine, '05. 

H. W. Masenhimer, '08. 
R. G. Perkins, '98. 
M. L. Richardson, '13. 
W. B. Rogers, '10. 
R. J. Shale, '12. 
L. B. Sherry, '14. 
H. G. Sloan, '06. 
J. T. Smith, '07. 
C. W. Stone, '05. 
A. Strauss, '12. 
H. L. Tavlor, '10. 
H. R. Wahl, '12. 

E. B. Wood, '14. 



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229 



Columbus, 3 

J. J. Coons, '02. 
J. W. Sheetz, '10. 
L. V. Zartman, '10. 

Galion, 1 

L. F. Huffman, '14. 

Jefferson, 1 

H. Dudley, '03. 

Oxford, 1 

H. M. Moore, '99. 

Springfield, 1 

C. L. Jones, '03. 

Toledo, 3 

L. F. Smead, '05. 
C. G. Souder, '07. 
A. L. Steinfeld, '01. 

Youngstown, 1 

H. C. Evans, '00. 

Oklahoma : 

Guthrie, 1 

F. Y. Cronk, '07. 

Oregon: 

Ontario, 1 

W. J. Weese, '11. 

Portland, 8 

T. H. Ooffen, '06. 
H. B. Fenton, '10. 
W. H. Norton, '10. 
J. F. Ortschild, '06. 
A. S. Rosenfeld, '11. 
J. W. Rosenfeld, '10. 
L. Selling. '08. 
O. B. Wight, '02. 

Panama : 

Ancon, 1 

A. B. Herrick, '98. 

Panama City, 3 

M. Joseph, '15. 

E. S. Moore (McKinnev), '01. 

C. M. Winn, '11. 

Pennsylvania: 

Altoona, 1 

D. Williams, '02. 

Archibald, 1 

P. J. McDonnell, '08. 



Bethlehem (South), 1 

W. L. Estes, '09. 

Bradford, 1 

P. R. Straight, '06. 

E. Berlin, 1 

E. A. Miller, '12. 

Erie, 2 

B. S. Putts, '06. 

T. P. Tredway, '10. 

Greencastle, 1 

T. H. Gilland, '11. 

Hanover, 2 

J. E. Meisenhelder, '02. 
E. W. Stick, '09. 

Harrisburg, 2 

M. W. Emrick, '14. 
R. F. L. Ridgway, '06. 

Johnstown, 1 

D. P. Ray, '07. 

Lebanon, 1 

G. R. Pretz, '09. 

Newville, 1 

P. W. McLaughlin, '07. 

Philadelphia, 17 

W. H. Blakeslee, '01. 
D. Child, '14. 
F. C. Child, '09. 
J. H. Clarke, '15. 
R. L. Engle, '10. 
O. C. Foote, '12. 
M. Herrinerton, '06. 
S. D. Ludlum, '02. 
B. B. V. Lyon, '07. 
W. H. Michael, '13. 
H. S. Newcomer, '15. 
J. H. Oppenheimer, '08. 
D. B. Pfeiffer, '06. 
A. Randall, '07. 
F. E. Shaffer, '14. 
A. W. Tallant, '02. 
L. Tuttle, '07. 

Pittsburgh, 19 

M. H. Baker, '10. 
T. Baker, '04. 
J. C. Baldwin, '15. 
L. C. Bixler, '03. 

A. A. Bornscheuer, '13. 
W. E. Carson. '07. 

R. J. Cary, '12. 

B. Z. Cashman, '09. 
I. Davis, '14. 

H. B. Domblaser, '14. 
A. H. Eggers, '00. 



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[874 



C. W. W. Elkin, *13. 
H. B. Gardner, '14. 
C. C. Uartman, '11. 
W. Marshall, '03. 
E. T. Miller, '03. 
J. S. Plumer, '14. 
P. R. Sieber, '11. 
R. R. Snowden, '11. 

Pottsville, 

M. B. Kingsbury, '06. 

Beading, 

C. R. Essick, 



'09. 



Royersford, 

H. Graber, '07. 

Washington, . . . 
W. E. Hart, '0 

Wilkes-Barre, . 

S. D. Wyckoff, 
Wilkinsburg, . . 



J. H. Whitcraft, '10. 



Williamsport, . . 
W. F. Derr, '15. 



York, 

C. H. May, '08. 

E. W. Meisenhelder, '02. 

L. S. Weaver, '04. 

Philippine Islands: 



Albay, 

J. L. Robinson, 



'08. 



Manila, 5 

H. Beeuwkes, '06. 
H. D. Bloombergh, '01. 
P. K. Gilman, 05. 
R. W. Hammack, '11. 
A. W. Williams, '12. 

Porto Rico: 

San Juan, 1 

L. E. Smith, '15. 

Rhode Island: 

Centredale, 1 

M. S. Packard, '97. 



Providence, 

H. D. Clough, '15. 
C. E. Connor, '14. 
F. A. Coughlan, '08. 
M. S. Danforth, '05. 
O. A. Faust, '15. 
F. T. Fulton, '99. 



C. F. Graham, '13. 
H. J. Hoye, 99. 
J. A. McCann, '08. 
W. D. Reddish, '13. 
E. A. Stone, '00. 

South Carolina: 

Aiken, 1 

E. S. Cross, '06. 

Columbia, 3 

E. Cooper, '10. 

J. H. Gibbes, '12. 

H. M. Smith, '01. 

Greenville, 1 

G. T. Tyler, Jr., '04. 

Spartanburg, 1 

R. M. Grimm, '08. 

South Dakota: 

Pierre, 1 

T. F. Riggs, '03. 

Yankton, 1 

J. A. Wood, '12. 

Tennessee: 

Chatanooga, 1 

H. Q. Fletcher, '09. 

Knoxville, 1 

W. T. de Sautelle, '11. 

Memphis, 2 

L. W. Haskell, '03. 
R. E. Semmes, '10. 



Nashville, 

C. E. Brush, '03. 

Texas: 



'98. 



Dallas, 

W. J. Calvert, 

Corpus Christi, 1 

J. D. Cohn, '11. 

El Paso, 2 

W. W. Waite, '06. 
M. B. Wesson, '10. 

Fort Sam Houston, 1 

C. D. Cowles, '05. 

Fort Worth, 2 

F. C. Beall, '06. 
K. H. Beall, '05. 



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231 



Gainesville, 

E. L. Gilcreest, '10. 

Galveston, 

H. L. McNeil, '11. 

Memphis, 

W. Wilson, '04. 

San Antonio, 

P. I. Nixon, '09. 



Utah. 



Salt Lake City, . 

A. J. Ridges, '08. 



Vermont : 



St. Johnsburg, . . . . 
W. G. Ricker, '04. 



Virginia : 



Abingdon, 

G. V. Litchfield, '02. 

Charlottesville, 

H. T. Marshall, '98. 
S. H. Watts, '01. 

Fairfax, 

H. Fletcher, '00. 

Gloucester, 

L. E. Stubbs, '14. 

Norfolk, 

G. E. Chinn, '03. 
J. M. Love, '04. 
W. B. Newcomb, '10. 

Olney, 

W. F. Kellam, '06. 

Richmond, 



S. W. Budd, '09. 
A. W. Freeman, 05. 
W. H. Higgins, '08. 
W. S. Keister, '14. 
G. A. L. Kolmer, '13. 
R. S. Preston, '08. 
M. P. Rucker, '03. 
D. Vanderhoof, '05. 



Roanoke, 



H. J. Hagan, '14. 
B. E. Harrell, '14. 
G. B. Lawson, '05. 
H. R. McAllister, '12. 
R. L. Rhodes, '10. 



Washington: 

Anacortes, l 

A. Shaw, '13. 

Burlington, 1 

L. S. Trask, '13. 

Fort Flagler, 1 

T. Lamson, '01. 



Garfield, 

G. M. MacGregor, '02. 

Seattle, 



11. 



C. F. Davidson, '07. 
H. J. Davidson, '05. 
I. B. Green, '07. 
E. C. Gross, '11. 
H. J. Knott, '11. 
A. F. Mattite, '10. 
M. Seagrave, '11. 

Spokane, 

H. H. Robinson, '10. 

West Virginia: 

Fairmont, 

C. M. Ramage, '10. 

Huntington, 

W. R. Hudson 

Morgantown, 

J. N. Simpson, '02 

Parkersburg, 

R. G. Werner, '15. 

Stotesbury, 1 

C. G. Merriam, '11. 

Wheeling, 2 

R. U. Drinkhard, '08. 

Wisconsin : 

Beloit, ] 

E. B. Brown, '06. 

Berlin, \ 

A. J. Wiesender, '09. 

Eau Claire, ] 

H. F. Derge, '08. 

Green Bay, 1 

W. E. Leaper, '11. 



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[876 



Madison, 



C. R. Bardeen, '97. 

C. H. Bunting, '01. 
P. M. Dawson, '98. 
J. A. E. Eyster, '05. 
H. S. Gasser, '15. 

A. S. Loevenhart, '03. 
N. O. Nelson, '04. 

D. M. Reed (Mendenhall), '00. 
C. M. Sweet (Bunting), '01. 



Marshfield, 

W. G. Sexton, '11. 

Menomine, 

A. Egdahl, '04. 

Milwaukee, 



O. A. Baer, '05. 
P. H. Dernehl, '07. 
F. J. Gaenslen, '03. 
W. E. Grove, '08. 
C. F. Hardy, '02. 
A. C. Kissling, '11. 
W. L. LeCron, '08. 
J. D. Madison, '98. 
L. M. Warfield, '01. 
R. G. Washburn, '04. 
J. L. Yates, '99. 



Wyoming : 



Sun Dance, . . . . 
H. JeideU, '12. 



Foreign. 



Arabia : 



Kuwait, 1 

P. W. Harrison, '08. 

Austria: 

Vienna, 1 

M. S. Haynes (Leick), '02. 

Belgium : 

La Panne, 1 

W. H. Morriss, '12. 

Canada: 

Montreal, 4 



W. W. Francis, '02. 
R. A. Morison, '15. 
L. J. Rhea, '05. 
D. N. Richards, '15. 

Ymir, B. C, 1 

G. E. Rehberger, '05. 



China: 



E. H. Hume, '01. 

Chefoo, 

R. W. Dunlap, '07. 

Fenchow, 

P. T. Watson, '07. 



Haichow, 2 

R. Bennet (Morgan), '04. 
L. S. Morgan, '04. 

Hwai Yuen, 1 

A. G. Murdoch, '06. 

Kiangyin, 1 

F. R. Crawford, '11. 

Nanking, 1 

P. S. Evans, '99. 

Peking, 2 

A. E. Lee, '06. 
. C. W. Young, '03. 

Shanghai, 1 

H. S. Houghton, '05. 

Swatow, 1 

S. M. Grier (Lesher), '05. 
England : 

Paignton, 1 

J. E. Stowers, '13. 

France: 

Pau, 1 

M. H. Todd, '13. 

Germany : 

Berlin, 1 

J. M. West, '01. 

Freiburg, 1 

R. D. Moyle, '14. 

Italy : 

Rome, 1 

E. E. Hume, '13. 

India : 

Guntur, 1 

E. B. Wolf, '12. 



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233 



Wai, 1 

R. Fairbanks (Beals), '00. 

Persia : 

Dautababad, 1 

M. D. Allen (Zoeckler), '10. 

Tabriz, 1 

M. R. Fleming, '12. 

Siam : 

Chiengmai, 1 

E. C. Cort, '07. 



Scotland: 

Edinburgh, 1 

E. Bronson, '13. 

Serbia : 

Nishe, 2 

F. O. W. Reinhard, '14. 
J. J. S. Schraitt, '14. 

Europe, 3 

E. F. Ducasse, '14. 
J. G. Fergusson, '14. 
E. R. Wiese, '11. 



PUBLICATIONS OF INSTRUCTORS AND GRADU- 
ATES OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICAL 
SCHOOL FOR THE YEAR 1914-1915 

(June 1, 1914-August 1, 1915) 



John J. Abel. Experimental and chemical studies of the blood 
with an appeal for more extended chemical training for the 
biological and medical investigator. — Mellon Lecture, Univer- 
sity of Pittsburgh, 1915. 

Howaed E. Ashbuby. Roentgenological aspect of intestinal stasis. 
Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi. 

Dana W. Atchley. Nuclear digestion and uric acid excretion in 
case of total occlusion of pancreatic duct. — Archives of Internal 
Medicine, 1915, xv, No. 5. 

John Aueb. The functional effect of experimental intraspinal in- 
jections of sera with and without preservatives. — Journal of 
Experimental Medicine, 1915, XXI, 43. 

The functional analysis of anaphylaxis. — Forchheimer's Thera- 

peusis of Internal Diseases, 1914, v, 39. 

Anaphylaxis. — Iowa State Medical Society Journal, 1914, in, 

No. 12. 

and S. J. Meltzeb. The fatal action of magnesium salts by 

absorption from the intestines and the resuscitation by calcium. 
— Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and 
Medicine, 1914, xi, 95. 

Fbederick H. Baetjer and J. Fbiedenwald. On the diagnosis of 
incomplete forms of pyloric stenosis by means of the X-ray. 
— Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1914, clxxi, 261. 

and L. V. Hamman. Pulmonary physical signs and Roentgen- 
ray findings in healthy adults. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 
1914, xiv, 757. 

Walteb A. Baetjer, L. G. Rowntbee and E. K. Mabshall, Jb. 
Further studies of renal functions in renal, cardiorenal, and 
cardiac diseases. — Ibid., 1915, xv, 543. 

and A. W. Sellabds. Propagation of amoebic dysentery in 

animals. — American Journal of Tropical Diseases and Preventive 
Medicine, 1914, n, 231. 

234 



879 J Publications 235 

and A. W. Sellabds. The experimental production of amoebic 

dysentery by direct inoculation into the caecum. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 323. 

and A. W. Sellabds. The recognition of atypical forms of 

intestinal amoebiasis. — Ibid., 1915, xxvi, 45. 

Henby G. Babboub and A. L. Prince. The influence of epinephrin 
upon the coronary circulation of the monkey. — Journal of Ex- 
perimental Medicine, 1915, xxi, 330. 

Mercuric chlorid poisoning in animals treated unsuccessfully 

by parenteral administration of Hall's new antidote. — Journal 
of the American Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 736. 

Chables R. Babdeen. The critical period in the development of the 
intestines. — American Journal of Anatomy, 1914, xvi, 427. 

Lewellys F. Babkeb. Some of the commoner types of diseases of 
the endocrine glands. — Journal of the Medical Society of New 
Jersey, 1914, xi, 493. 

— i — On abnormalities of the endocrine functions of the gonads in 
the male. — Transactions of the Association of American Phy- 
sicians, 1914, xxix, 89. 

The diet in typhoid fever. — Journal of the American Medical 

Association, 1914, lxiii, 929. 

The relation of internal medicine to psychiatry. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 255. 

Fbancis M. Babnes, Jb. The psychoses associated with tabes 
dorsalis. — Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, 
1915, x, 53. 

The neurological manifestations of pernicious anemia. — Ibid., 

1914, x, 452. 

Serological examination in syphilis of the nervous system with 

special reference to Lange's colloidal gold reaction. — Interstate 
Medical Journal, August, 1915. 

Victob H. Bassett. Annual report of the municipal laboratory, 
Savannah, Ga. — Mayors' Reports, 1914. 

Stanhope Bayne-Jones and A. Bloomfield. A case of abscess of 
the liver due to a streptothrix. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1915, xxvi, 230. 

Robebt Bennett Bean. A racial peculiarity in the pole of the 
temporal lobe of the negro brain. — Anatomical Record, 1914, 
vin, 479. 



236 Medical Department [880 

The growth of the head and face in American (white), German- 
American, and Filipino children. — Ibid., 1915, ix, 50. 

Some ears and types of men. — Ibid., 1915, ix, 52. 

The stature and the eruption of the permanent teeth of Ameri- 
can, German-American and Filipino children. Deductions from 
the measurements and examination of 1445 public school chil- 
dren in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and 776 in Manila, P. I. — Amer- 
ican Journal of Anatomy, 1914, xvn, 113. 

Joseph H. Beard. Some manifestations of nerve wear. — The Medical 
World, 1915, xxxiii, 54. 

Albert H. Beifeld. Case of hydrocephalus. — Michigan State Medical 
Society Journal, 1914, xin, No. 9. 

Bertram M. Bernheim and A. P. Jones. Transfusion — Direct and 
indirect. Simplified methods. — Southern Medical Journal, 1914, 
vn, 869. 

and P. Wroth, Jr. Arteriovenous aneurism of the external 

iliac vessels, with wound of the external iliac vein. — Annals 
of Surgery, 1914, lix, 558. 

Blood-vessel clamps of practical utility. — Ibid., 1915, lxi, No. 1. 

The newer blood-vessel operations. — Who should do them? — 

Interstate Medical Journal, 1915, xxn, 1. 

Retaining clamp for a two piece transfusion tube. — Journal 

of the American Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 1580. 

Haemolysis following transfusion of blood. — The Lancet -Clinic, 

1915. 

Henry J. Berkley. Psychoses of the high-imbecile. — Bulletin of 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1915, xxvi, 327. 

Edward G. Birge. The action of certain bacteria on the nitrogenous 
material of sewages. — American Journal of Public Health, 1915, 
v, 171. 

Kenneth D. Blackfan and Walter E. Dandy. Internal hydro- 
cephalus. An experimental, clinical and pathological study. 
— American Journal of Diseases of Children, 1914, vni, 406. 

and H. M. Thomas. Recurrent meningitis, due to lead, in a 

child of five years. — Ibid., 1914, vin, 377. 

and W. E. Dandy. Hydrocephalus internus. — Beitrage zur 

klinische Chirurgie, 1914, xcm, 392. 

Joseph C. Bloodgood. Carcinoma of the lower lip. Diagnosis and 
treatment. — Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1914, xvin, 404. 



881] Publications 237 

The cancer problem from the standpoint of the laity, the 

general practitioner, and the expert surgeon. — Southern Medical 
Journal, 1914, vn, 20. 

Cancer of the tongue, based upon the study of over 100 cases. 

—Ibid., 1914, vn, 542. 

Can it be proved from clinical and pathological records that the 

number of cures of cancer will be greatly increased by the 
proper excision in the earliest pre-cancerous or cancerous stage 
of the local disease? — American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 

1914, cxlvii, 76. 

Pre-cancerous lesions. — Long Island Medical Journal, 1914, 

vin, 161. 

Surgery of the extremities, shock, anesthesia, infections, frac- 
tures and dislocations, and tumors. — Progressive Medicine, 1914, 
iv, 169. 

What every dentist should know about surgical lesions of and 

in the region of the upper jaw and lower jaw. With special 
reference to the early recognition of the precancerous lesions. — 
Journal of the National Dental Association, March, 1915. 

Stomach carcinoma. Its medical aspects. — Journal of the Amer- 
ican Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 2031. 

What every one should know about cancer. — Ibid., 1915. 

Abthuk Bloomfield and S. Bayne-Jones. A case of abscess of the 
liver due to a stereptothrix. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 

1915, xxvi, 230. 

Montague L. Boyd. Syphilis. — Journal of the Medical Association 
of Georgia, 1915, v, 338. 

Gonorrhoeal ureteropyelitis : report of two cases, treated with 

antimeningitic serum. — Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 
August, 1915. 

Walter V. Brem. A case of paroxysmal hemoglobinuria treated 
with salvarsan with disappearance of the characteristic blood 
reaction, and of the positive Wassermann reaction. — California 
State Journal of Medicine, November, 1914, xn, No. 11. 

Addison G. Brenizer. Keloid formation in negro. — Annals of Sur- 
gery, 1915, lxi, 83. 

Scopolomine-morphine-cocaine anesthesia in surgery. — New 

York Medical Journal, 1915, ci, 1215. 



238 Medical Department [882 

Eveleth W. Bridgman. Notes on a normal presystolic sound. — 
Archives of Internal Medicine, 1914, xiv, 745. 

The value of the electrocardiogram in the diagnosis of cardiac 

hypertrophy. — Ibid., 1915, xv, 487. 

Observations on the third heart sound. — Heart, 1915, vi, 41. 

Roland S. Briggs. Studies in the blood relationship of animals 
as displayed in the composition of the serum proteins, iv. A 
comparison of the sera of the pigeon, rooster, and guinea fowl 
with respect to their content. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 
1915, xx, 7. 

Max Brodel. The origin, growth and future of medical illustration 
at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical School. — Johns 
Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 185. 

Medical illustration. — International Clinics, 1914, vi, 24th 

Series, 289. 

Barney Brooks and N. Allison. Ankylosis, an experimental study. 
— Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1914, xix, 568. 

and F. T. Murphy. Intestinal obstruction, an experimental 

study of the causes of symptoms and death. — Archives of In- 
ternal Medicine, 1915, xv, 392. 

James S. Brotherhood. A simple colorimeter for use in the phenol- 
sulphonephthalein test for kidney function. — Journal of the 
American Medical Association, 1915, Lxrv, 1757. 

Lawrason Brown. The significance of tubercle bacilli in the urine. 
—Ibid, 1915, lxiv, 886. 

Diagnostic theses in pulmonary tuberculosis. — Ibid, 1915, lxiv, 

1977. 

-F. H. Heise and S. A. Petroff. An attempt to immunize 

guinea-pigs against tuberculosis by the use of graduated, re- 
peated doses of living tubercle bacilli. — Journal of Medical 
Research, 1914, xxx, 475. 

Some errors in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis. — Johns 

Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 112. 

Thomas R. Brown. The normal amount of diastatic ferment in 
the urine and faeces, and its variations in diseases of the 
pancreas. — Transactions of the Association of American Physi- 
cians, 1914, xxrx. 

Splanchnoptosis, visceroptosis, enteroptosis and Glenard's di- 
sease. — Osier and McCrae's Modern Medicine, 1914, ill, 747. 






383] Publications 2o9 

Pyogenic infections of kidney, ureter and perirenal tissues. 

—Ibid^ 1914, in, 937. 

Tuberculosis of the kidney. — Ibid., 1914, in, 976. 

The value and limitations of fluoroscopic examinations of the 

gastro-intestinal tract. — Maryland Medical Journal, 1914, lvii, 
247. 

and Ernest H. Gaither. Some observations on diagnosis of 

cancer of stomach. — Ibid., 1915, lviii, 167. 

The medical aspects of intestinal stasis. — Pennsylvania Medical 

Journal, 1915, xviii, 704. 

Pathogenic fungi — sporotrichosis, oidiomycosis, including blas- 
tomycosis, and actinomycosis. — Forchheimer's Therapeusis of 
Internal Diseases, 1914, v, 425. 

Wade H. Brown. Concerning changes in the biological properties 
of trypanosoma lewisi produced by experimental means, with 
especial reference to virulence. — Journal of Experimental Medi- 
cine, 1915, xxi, 345. 

Humphrey W. Buckler. Prophylaxis of post-anesthetic vomiting. 
— American Journal of Surgery, 1914, xxvin, 13. 

Charles H. Bunting, J. L. Yates and H. T. Kristjanson. The 
etiology of splenic anaemia or Banti's disease. — Journal of the 
American Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 2225. 

and J. L. Yates. The rational treatment of Hodgkin's disease. 

—Ibid., 1915, lxiv, 1953. 

and P. K. Rand. The effect of phosphorus poisoning upon the 

peroxidase reaction of the rabbit's liver. — Journal of Medical 
Research, 1915, xxvii, 283. 

Diphtheria infections — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, 

xxvi, 179. 

Curtis F. Burnam. A brief outline of the status of radium thera- 
peutics. — Ibid., 1915, xxvi, 190. 

and H. A. Kelly. Radium treatment of uterine hemorrhage 

. and fibroid tumor. — Journal of the American Medical Associa- 
tion, 1914, lxiii, 622. 

J. Edward Burns. Thorium — a new agent for pyelography. — Ibid., 
1915, lxiv, 2126. 

Charles M. Byrnes. The intradural administration of mercurialized 



240 Medical Department [884 

serum in the treatment of cerebrospinal syphilis. — Ibid., 1914, 
lxiii, 2182. 

Charles Metcalfe Byrnes. Clinical and experimental studies upon 
the injection of alcohol into the gasserian ganglion for the 
relief of trigeminal neuralgia. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1915, xxvi, No. 287. 

Charles M. Campbell. Role of psychiatric dispensary: Review of 
first year's work of dispensary of Phipps' psychiatric clinic. 
— American Journal of Insanity, 1915, lxxi, No. 3. 

Focal symptoms in general paralysis. — New York, Stechert & 

Co., 1914. 

Locating the roots of mental disorder in childhood. — Bulletin 

of the New York State Hospitals, 1915. 

On the mechanism of some cases of manic-depressive excite- 
ment. — Review of Neurology and Psychiatry, 1914, xii, 175. 

John R. Caulk. Incrusted cystitis. — Transactions of the American 
College of Surgeons, 1914. 

The treatment of acute gonorrheal epididymitis. — Interstate 

Medical Journal, November, 1914. 

Diverticula of the bladder. — Ibid., April, 1915. 

and T. M. Davis. Phthalein test for renal function, with rela- 
tion to operative procedures. — Journal of the Missouri Medical 
Association, 1914, x, 196. 

Alan M. Chesney, E. K. Marshall, Jr. and L. G. Rowntree. Studies 
in liver function. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1914, lxiii, 1533; also Transactions of the Association of 
American Physicians, 1914. 

James H. Chesnutt. Chairman's address to the section on derma- 
tology and syphilis of Arkansas State Medical Association. 
— Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society, 1914, xi, 97. 

Purpura with report of cases. — Ibid., 1915, xi, 215. 

Henry A. Christian. Study xxii: The effect of theobromin sodium 
salicylate in acute experimental nephritis, as measured by the 
excretion of phenolsulphonephthalein. — Archives of Internal 
Medicine, 1914, xrv, 827. 

The starvation method versus gradual carboTiydrate reduction 

as a tissue saver in the treatment of diabetes. — Boston Medical 
and Surgical Journal, 1915, clxxii. 



885] Publications 241 

Paul W. Christman and G. H. Whipple. Liver function as in- 
fluenced by the ductless glands. — Journal of Experimental Med- 
icine, 1914, xx, 297. 

John W. Churchman. Double internal jugular vein — high bifurca- 
tion of common carotid artery. — Annals of Surgery, February, 
1915. 

Notes on the examination of the urine for tubercle bacilli. 

— American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1914, cxlviii, 722. 

A study of intravenous injections of stained organisms. — Trans- 
actions of the National Association for the Study and Prevention 
of Tuberculosis, 1914, X, 161. 

Motor aphasia with fracture of the base of the skull. — Journal 

of the American Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 1233. 

Admont H. Clark. A study of the diagnostic and prognostic sig- 
nificance of venous pressure observations in cardiac disease. 
— Archives of Internal Medicine, 1915. 

Eliot R. Clark. Studies on the growth of blood-vessels, by observa- 
tion of living tadpoles and by experiments on chick embryos. 
— Anatomical Record, 1915, ix, Proceedings of the American 
Association of Anatomists, 67. 

An anomaly of the thoracic duct, with a bearing on the 

embryology of the lymphatic system. — Contributions to Em- 
bryology No. 3, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1915. 

and E. L. Clark. On the early pulsations of the posterior 

lymph hearts in chick embryos and their relation to the body 
movements. — Journal of Experimental Zoology, 1914, xvn, 373. 

Mildred Clark, E. K. Marshall, Jr. and L. G. Rowntree. Mush- 
room poisoning. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1915, lxiv, 1230. „ 

Paul W. Clough. Some observations on hypersensitiveness to 
pneumococcus protein, with special reference to its relation 
to immunity. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 37. 

Claude C. Cody, Jr. Non-operative treatment of fractures of femur. 
Texas State Journal of Medicine, 1915, x, No. 10. 

T. Homer Coffen. Digitalis heart block. — Northwest Medicine, 
1914, vi, No. 11. 

Rufus I. Cole. Studies in pneumonia. — Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 132. 



242 Medical Department [886 

and A. R. Dochez. Pneuinococcus infection. — Forchheimer's 

Therapeusis of Internal Diseases, 1914, v, 472. 

Pneumococcus hemotoxin. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 

1914, xx, 346. 

The production of methemoglobin by pneumococci. — Ibid., 1914, 

xx, 363. 

Pneumococcus infection and lobar pneumonia. — Archives of In- 
ternal Medicine, 1914, xiv, 56. 

Henry Wireman Cook. The work of the medical examiner. — Medi- 
cal Record, 1914, lxxxvi, 128. 

Jean V. Cooke. Immunity tests in coccidioidal granuloma. — Archives 
of Internal Medicine, 1915, xv, 479. 

■ Chorioepithelioma of the testicle. — Johns Hopkins Hospital 

Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 215. 

William Burgess Cornell. Extramural psychiatry in Baltimore. 
— Ibid., 1915, xxvi, 164. 

George W. Corner. Hospital work in Labrador mission. — Modern 
Hospital, 1914, in, 72. 

The corpus lutem of pregnancy as it is in swine. — Carnegie 

Institution of Washington. Contributions to Embryology, 1915, 
No. 5. 

Mithridatium and theriac, the most famous remedies of old 

medicine. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 222. 

Frederick A. Coughlin. Report of 63 cases of duodenal ulcer. 
— Providence Medical Journal, 1914, xv, 217. 

Edmund V. Cowdry. The comparative distribution of mitochondria 
in spinal ganglion cells of vertebrates. — American Journal of 
Anatomy, 1914, xvn, 31. 

The vital staining of mitochondria with janus green and 

diethylsafranin in human blood cells. — Internationalen Monats- 
schrift fur Anatomic und Physiologie, 1914, xxxi, 267. 

Frhd Y. Cronk. Early operative treatment for cranial lesions. 
— Southern Medical Journal, 1914, vn, 743. 

Diagnosis and treatment of the pathological breast. — Journal 

of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, 1915, vm. 

Thomas S. Cullen. Unusual cases illustrating points in diagnosis 
and treatment. — Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, March, 
1915. 






887] Publications 243 

Robert L. Cunningham and W. J. Baelow. Chronic nephritis; 
analysis of 250 cases in private practice. — Journal of the Amer- 
ican Medical Association, 1915. 

Samuel J. Cbowe and G. B. Wislocki. Experimental observations 
on the suprarenal glands with especial reference to the func- 
tions of their interrenal portions. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1914, xxv, 287. 

Walter E. Dandy and Kenneth D. Blackfan. Internal hydroce- 
phalus. An experimental, clinical and pathological study. — 
American Journal of Diseases of Children, 1914, vm, 406. 

and K. D. Blackfan. Hydrocephalus internus. — Beitrdge zur 

klinische Chirurgie, 1914, xcin, 392. 

Benign tumors of the appendix. — Ibid., 1915. 

Pineal extirpation. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1915, 

xxii, 237. 

Daniel Davis. A simple apparatus for microscopic and macroscopic 
photography. — Anatomical Record, 1915, ix, 29. 

David M. Davis. The significance of the distribution of urea in the 
body. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 154. 

John Staige Davis and John A. Hunnicutt. The osteogenic power 
of periosteum: With a note on bone transplantation. — Ibid., 
1915, xxvi, 69. 

The use of skin grafts in the ambulatory treatment of ulcers. 

Report of fifty cases. — Journal of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, 1915, lxiv, 558. 

The use of small deep skin grafts. — Ibid., 1914, lxiii, 985. 

The celluloid tube in finger injuries. Its use in adding length 

to the terminal phalanx after traumatic loss of tissue. — Ibid., 
1915, lxiv, 1647. 

Beeckman J. Delatour, G. H. Whipple and V. P. W. Syden- 
stricker. The adrenalin index of the suprarenal glands in 
health and disease. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1914. 
xix, 536. 

Bernard S. Denzer. Anaphylaxis to formed or cellular elements. — 
Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medi- 
cine, 1915, xn, 147. 

Herman F. Derge. The pathology of repair of fractures of bone, 
with especial reference to the pathology of delayed and non- 
union. — Wisconsin Medical Journal, 1915, xin, 468. 



244 Medical Department [888 

Paul H. Dernehl. Chronic prostatitis, a probable factor in iritis. — 
Journal of Ophthalmology, April, 1915. 

Carcinoma of the caruncle, with report of a case. — Ibid., July, 

1915. 

William T. DeSautelle. A case of bacillus dysenteriae septicemia. 
— Journal of the American Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 
1853. 

Gladys R. Dick and G. F. Dick. The bacteriologic examination of 
the urine in a case of eclampsia. — Ibid., 1915, lxiv, 145. 

and G. F. Dick. Bacteriology of the urine in two cases of 

parenchymatous nephritis. — Ibid., 1914, lxiv, 1661. 

Bacteriology of the urine in non-suppurative nephritis, its 

etiologic and therapeutic significance. — Ibid., 1915, lxv, 6. 

and G. F. Dick. Anaerobic cultures in scarlet fever. — Journal 

of Infectious Diseases, 1914, XV, 85. 

Marjorie Dietz. Brief note on the Baltimore City water. — Johns 
Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 131. 

A. R. Dochez and O. T. Avery. Varieties of pneumococcus and their 
relation to lobar pneumonia. — Journal of Experimental Medi- 
cine, 1915, xxi, 114. 

and O. T. Avery. The occurrence of carriers of disease pro- 
ducing types of pneumococcus. — Ibid., 1915, xxn, 105. 

Antiplastic immunity. — Proceedings of the Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Clinical Investigation, 1915. 

and R. I. Cole. Pneumococcus infection. — Forchheimer's Ther- 

apeusis of Internal Diseases, 1914, v, 472. 

David H. Dolley. On a law of species identity of the nucleus- 
plasma form for nerve cell bodies of corresponding type. — 
Journal of Comparative Neurology, 1914, xxrv, 445. 

Charles E. Dowman, Jr. Haemostasis, with special reference to its 
employment in surgery of the brain. — Surgery, Gynecology and 
Obstetrics, 1914, xrx, 415. 

Ralph Duffy. Coccygodynia : Causes and treatment. — Boston Medi- 
cal and Surgical Journal, 1914, clxxi, No. 26. 

Surgical and conservative treatment of joint tuberculosis. — 

Florida Medical Association Journal, 1914, xi, No. 11. 

Local anesthesia in operations for hernia and lacerated peri- 
neum. — Lancet-Clinic, 1914, cxn, No. 26. 



889] Publications 245 

Uterine hemorrhage at puberty. — New Orleans Medical and Sur- 
gical Journal, 1915, lxvii, No. 7. 

Richabd N. Duffy. The appendicular liver. — Transactions of the 
North Carolina State Medical Society, 1914, lxi. 

William W. Duke. Status lymphaticus and status hypoplasticus 
and their relationship to glands of internal secretion. — Missouri 
State Medical Association, 1914, xi, No. 5. 

Differential diagnosis of tympanites and pneumoperitonitis. — 

Ibid., 1915, xii, No. 2. 

Variation in the platelet count: its cause and clinical signifi- 
cance. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915. 

William Rush Dunton, Jr. Occupation therapy. A manual for 
nurses. — Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders Co., 1915. 

Babuch M. Edlavitch. Primary carcinoma of the lung. — Journal 
of the American Medical Association, 1914, ism, 1364. 

Charles P. Emerson. Indiana University School of Medicine.— In- 
diana State Medical Association Journal, 1915, vm, No. 1. 

New Robert W. Long Hospital, of Indianapolis. — Modern Hos- 
pital, 1914, ii, 331. 

Medical legislation. — Journal of the Missouri Medical Associa- 
tion, 1914-15, xi. 

The nervous patient. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, 

xxvi, 133. 

Max Emmert. Colon bacillus infection. — Iowa State Medical So- 
ciety Journal, 1915, V, No. 5. 

Joseph Erlanger and W. E. Garrey. Faradic stimuli: a physical 
and physiological study. — American Journal of Physiology, 
1914, xxxv, 378. 

W. B. Cannon, G. W. Crile, Y. Henderson and S. J. Meltzer. 

Report of the committee on resuscitation from mine gases. — 
Technical Paper 77, Department of the Interior, Bureau of 
Mines. 

Charles R. Essick. Transitory cavities in the corpus striatum of 
the human embryo. — Contributions to Embryology No. 6, Car- 
negie Institution of Washington, 1915. 

William L. Estes, Jr. — Compound fractures of the bones of the 
extremities. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1914, lxii, 1869. 



240 Medical Department [890 

Diagnosis of renal diseases. — Transactions of the Lehigh Valley 

Medical Association, Januaray, 1915. 

Medical supervision of students. — Journal of Sociologic Medi- 
cine, 1915, xvi, No. 1. 

Diagnosis and treatment of carcinoma of breast. — Medical 

Summary, July, 1915. 

Ruth E. Faiebank and S. R. Milleb. Complement fixation in 
thyroid diseases. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, 
xxvi, 245. 

John M. T. Finney. The standardization of the surgeon. — Journal 
of the American Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 1433. 

Significance and effect of pain. — Boston Medical and Surgical 

Journal, 1914, clxxi, 915. 

Presentation of Dr. Tiffany's portrait. — Bulletin of the Medical 

and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1914, vi, 133. 

and H. B. Jacobs. In memoriam. James G. Mumford. — Johns 

Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 44. 

Abthub O. Fisheb and R. D. Cabman. Case of multiple congenital 
osteochondromata. — Annals of Surgery, 1915, lxi, 142. 

Roswell E. Flack. Conclusions from one year's exepriences with 
Dr. von Rusk's vaccine against tuberculosis. — Charlotte Medi- 
cal Journal, 1915. 

Joseph Mabshall Flint. Demonstrations and clinic. — Transac- 
tions of the Connecticut State Medical Society, 1914, 137. 

William W. Fobd. Further observations on fungi including species 
of amanita, inocybe, volvaria, and gyrophragmium. — Journal of 
Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1914, vi, 205. 

and J. H. M. Knox, Jb. Note on the occurrence of bacterium 

welchii (Baccillus aerogenes capsulatus) in the dejecta of chil- 
dren. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 27. 

and J. C. Peyob. Observations upon the bacteria found ic 

milk heated to various temperatures. — Ibid., 1914, xxv, 270. 

■ and E. D. Clabk. A consideration of the properties of poison- 
ous fungi. — Mycologia, 1914, vi, 167. 

Nellis B. Fosteb. Case of mercury nephritis. — Archives of Inter 
nal Medicine, 1915, xv, 754. 

Uraemia III. The non-protein of blood. — Ibid., 1915, xv, 356. 

Diabetes mellitus. — Philadelphia, Lippincott and Co., 1915. 



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Allen W. Freeman, C. W. Stiles and L. L. Lumbden. Safe dis- 
posal of human excreta at unsewered homes. — Public Health 
Bulletin, 1915, No. 68. 

Present status of typhoid prevention in southern municipalities. 

— Southern Medical Journal, 1915, vm, No. 5. 

William D. Fullerton. Uterine sarcoma. — Report of two cases. — 
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1914, xix, No. 6. 

Gynecology — past, present, future. — American Journal of Ob- 
stetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, 1915, lxxi, No. 6. 

Feank T. Fulton. Observation upon Cheyne-Stokes breathing. — 
Heart, 1915, VI, 77. 

Thomas B. Futcher. Diabetes mellitus and insipidus. — Osier and 
McCrae's Modern Medicine, 1914, rr, 674. 

Gout.— Ibid., 1914, ii, 729. 

Frederick J. Gaenslen. Congenital defects of tibia and fibula.— 
American Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, 1915, xn, 453. 

Osteitis deformans — Paget's disease. — Ibid., 1915. 

Points of contact in general and orthopedic practice. — Wiscon- 
sin Medical Journal, 1914, xin, 131. 

Disarticulation at the knee joint. — Journal of the American 

Medical Association, 1913, lxi, 1427. 

Lewis M. Gaines and A. H. Bunce. The treatment of nervous 
diseases following syphilis. — Journal-Record of Medicine, July, 
1914. 

Julian E. Gammon and C. F. Hoover. Dead space in moderate and 
large respiratory ventilation. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 
1915, xv, No. 4. 

Frederick P. Gay and H. T. Checkering. Concentration of the 
protective bodies in antipneumococcus serum by means of 
specific precipitation. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1915, 
xxi, 389. 

and E. J. Claypole. Specific by perleukocytosis. Studies in 

typhoid immunization, rv. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1914, 
xrv, 662. 

and E. J. Claypole. An experimental study of methods of 

prophylactic immunization against typhoid fever. Studies in 
typhoid immunization, v. — Ibid., 1914, xrv, 671. 

Specific hyperleukocytosis. — Ibid., 1914, xiv, 662. 



248 Medical Department [892 

New uses of specific skin tests in certain of infectious diseases. — 

American Journal of Medical Sciences, 1915, cxlix, 157. 

Typhusimmuzisierung. — Ergebnisse der Immunitdtsforschung, 

1914, i, 231. 

John T. Gebaghty and F. Hinman. Ureteral calculi : Special means 
of diagnosis and newer methods of intravesical treatment. — 
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1915, xx, No. 5. 

Functional tests in renal surgery. — Lancet-Clinic, 1915, cxm, 

No. 4. 

Henal functional tests. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, 

xxvi, 155. 

Treatment of chronic pyelitis.— Journal of the American Medical 

Association, 1914, lxiii, 2211. 

Value of renal functional tests to the surgeon and the limitation 

of these tests. — Neio York Medical Journal, 1915, c, 312. 

J. Heyward Gibbes. On the indirect transfusion of blood. — The 
Southern Medical Journal, 1915, vin, 48. 

The pharmacology of scopolamin. — Ibid, xi, 77. 

Herbebt Z. Giffin. Clinical and radiologic findings in pulmonary 
tuberculosis: The value of a co-operative diagnosis. — Journal- 
Lancet, 1915, xxxv, 223. 

Fundamental considerations in the differentiation of gastric 

neurosis from organic abdominal disease. — Archives of Diagnosis, 
April, 1914. 

George B. Gilbert, G. B. Webb and L. C. Havens. Bloodplatelets 
and tuberculosis. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1914, xrv, 743. 

G. B. Webb and L. C. Havens. Artificial pneumothorax: With 

report of gas analyses and experiments to determine the use of 
air or nitrogen. — Ibid, 1914, xiv, 883. 

and G. B. Webb. Immunity in tuberculosis. — Journal of the 

American Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 1098. 

Edgar L. Gilcreest. Surgical notes from year's service in foreign 
clinic. — Texas State Journal of Medicine, 1915, x, No. 10. 

Local and spinal anesthesia in obstetrical and gynecological 

surgery. — Oklahoma State Journal of Medicine, November, 1914. 

T. Caspar Gilchrist and L. W. Ketron. Two cases of multiple 
pigmented hemorrhagic sarcoma, with special methods of treat- 



893] Publications 249 

ment. — Bead at the o9th Annual Meeting of the American 
Dermatological Association, May, 1915. 

Cancer of the skin. — Maryland Medical Journal, 1915, lviii, 157. 

Calvin H. Goddard. The effect of filtration through a Berkefeld 
filter upon the coagulability of oxalated plasma. — American 
Journal of Physiology, 1914, xxxv, 333. 

Emil Goetsch and H. Cushing. Hibernation and the pituitary 
body. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1915, xxn, 25. 

Leo J. Goldbach. Squamous cell carcinoma of the larynx. — New 
York Medical Journal, 1915. 

Francis C. Goldsborotjgh. Retrodeviations of the uterus in the 
puerperium and in nulliparous women. — Neio York State Journal 
of Medicine, 1914, xiv, 564. 

Ernest W. Goodpasture. Fibrinolysis in chronic hepatic insuf- 
ficiency. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 330. 

Clarence F. Graham. A case of splenomyelogenous leukemia treated 
with benzol. — Journal of the American Medical Associattion, 
1915, Lxrv, 505. 

Ernest O. Grant. End to end anastomosis of the axillary artery. — 
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1915, xx, 447. 

Ernest G. Grey and W. R. Sisson. An example of dissociated 
personality. — Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1914, clxxi, 
365. 

Ralph M. Grimm, C. H. Lavinder, E. Francis and W. F. Lorenz. 
Attempts to transmit pellagra to monkeys. — Journal of the 
American Medical Association, 1914, LXin, 1093. 

William E. Grove. Tracheobronchoscopy in diagnosis and treat- 
ment. — Wisconsin Medical Journal, 1913, xi. 

Intranasal treatment of chronic frontal sinus suppuration. — 

Ibid, 1914, xm. 

Ossified stylo-hyoid ligament.. Report of cases. — Ibid, 1914, xn. 

Nasal accessory sinus infection in relation to general disease. — 

Ibid, 1915, xm. 

Frederick F. Gundrtjm. The butyric acid test of Noguchi as an aid 
in diagnosis. — California State Journal of Medicine, 1914, 
xn, 281. 

and R. B. Giffen. Novocain poisoning. — Ibid, October, 1914. 



250 Medical Department [894 

Skin test in typhoid. — Ibid, 1915, xm, No. 2. 

Sylvan L. Haas. Kegeneration of cartilage and bone with a special 
study of these processes as they occur at the chondrocostal 
junction. — Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1914, November, 
604. 

William Stewart Halsted. A case of iliofemoral aneurism ex- 
emplifying the value of the preliminary partial occlusion of an 
artery in the treatment of aneurism. — Journal of the American 
Medical Association, 1914, Lxni, 207. 

A diagnostic sign of gelatinous carcinoma of the breast. — Ibid, 

1915, lxiv, 1653. 

Der partielle Versuchluss grosser Arterien. — Archiv filr klinische 

Chirurgie, 1914, cv, heft 3. 

The results of the X-ray treatment of the thymus gland in 

Grave's Disease. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 
55. 

Dr. Tiffany's place in American surgery. — Bulletin of the Medi- 
cal and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1914, vi, 131. 

The significance of the thymus gland in Grave's disease. — Harvey 

Lecture, 1913-1914. 

P'rederic M. Hanes. Nerve injuries due to bony abnormalities. — 
Old Dominion Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 1914, xix, No. 6. 

Louis V. Hamman and F. H. Baetjer. Pulmonary physical signs 
and Roentgen-ray findings in healthy adults. — Archives of In- 
ternal Medicine, 1914, xiv, 757. 

Clinical aspects of carbohydrate metabolism. — Kentucky Medi- 
cal Journal, 1915, xm, No. 2. 

Henry Hanson. Laboratory diagnosis of tuberculosis. — Florida 
Medical Association Journal, 1914, i, No. 5. 

George W. Hartman. Combined treatment of syphilis with mercury 
and salvarsan. — California State Journal of Medicine, March, 
1915. 

Joseph H. Hathaway. The use of Graver's point in dissections. — 
Anatomical Record, 1912, vi, 365. 

Henry H. Hazen. Syphilis in the American negro. — Journal of the 
American Medical Association, 1914, lxhi, 463. 

Prickle-cell and basal-cell skin cancers. — Ibid, 1915, lxiv, 958. 



895] Publications 251 

Cancer of skin. — Washington Medical Annals, 1915, xiv, No. 2. 

Diseases of the skin. — St. Louis, Mosby Co., 1915. 

Personal observations upon skin diseases in American negro. — 

Journal of Cutaneous Diseases, 1914, xxxn, 705. 

William P. Healy. Arteriosclerosis and the control of uterine 
hemorrhage. — New York Medical Journal, 1915, cl, 996. 

Henry F. Helmholz. The relation of heat to the morbidity and 
mortality of infants from gastro-intestinal diseases. — Journal 
of the American Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 1371. 

David K. Henderson. Korsakow's psychosis occurring during preg- 
nancy. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 261. 

Two cases of typhoid with permanent memory defect. — American 

Journal of Insanity, 1915, lxxi, No. 4. 

Charles W. Hexnington and E. W. Mulligan. Report of a case of 
ruptured spleen. — Buffalo Medical Journal, 1914, lxx, 80. 

The thymus question. — Ibid, 1915, lxx, 611. 

Joseph H. Hewitt. Pendulous, pedunculated and sessile tubercles 
and masses in serous cavities in man. Report of three cases. — 
Cleveland Medical Journal, 1914, xin, No. 10. 

and W. T. Howard. Chronic ulcerative colitis with polyps. — 

Archives of Internal Medicine, 1915, xv, No. 5. 

Albion Walter Hewlett. Reflexionen der primaren Pulswellen im 
menschlichen Arme. — Deutsches Archiv fur klinische Medizin, 
1914, cxvi, 237. 

■ The effect of pituitary substance upon the pulse form of febrile 

patients. — Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology 
and Medicine, 1914, xn, 61. 

Effect of pituitary substances on fever pulse. — Michigan State 

Medical Journal, 1915, xrv, No. 4. 

and F. N. Wilson. Coarse auricular fibrillation in man. — 

Archives of Internal Medicine, 1915, XV, 786. 

The pulse-flow in the bracial artery, iv. Reflections of the 

primary wave in dicrotic and monocrotic pulse-forms. — Ibid, 
1914, xrv, 609. 

Reuben P. Higglns. The importance of early treatment of thyroid 
hyperplasia. — Buffalo Medical Journal, .1914, lxx, 271. 



252 Medical Department [896 

William H. Higgins. Luetic arthropathies. — American Journal of 
the Medical Sciences, 1915, cxlix. 

Frank Hinman. Value of hexamethylenamin as an internal anti- 
septic in other fluids of body than urine. — Archives of Internal 
Medicine, 1914, xin, 841. 

The operative treatment of tumors of the testicle, with report 

of thirty cases treated by orchidectomy. — Journal of the Ameri- 
can Medical Association, 1914, Lxni, 2009. 

A practical method of applying the wax-tipped catheter in the 

diagnosis of ureteral stone in the male. — Ibid, 1915, lxiv, 2129. 

The preparatory treatment of urological operations. — Johns 

Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi,* 158. 

Priaprism, report of cases and a clinical study of the literature 

with reference to its pathogenesis and surgical treatment. — 
Annals of Surgery, 1914, lx, 689. 

Tests of renal function and their practical application in 

surgery. — International Abstract of Surgery, 1914, xix, 465. 

and J. T. Geeaghty. Ureteral calculi: Special means of diag- 
nosis and newer methods of intravesical treatment. — Surgery, 
Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1915, xx, No. 5. 

James M. Hitzrot. The operative treatment of fractures. — John- 
son's Operative Therapeusis, 1915, n, 223. 

The surgical treatment of aneurysm. — Ibid, 1915, I, 363. 

The treatment of wounds and their diseases. — Ibid, 1915, i, 681. 

Fractures of the upper end of the humerus. — New York Medical 

Journal, 1914, c, 265. 

Osteomyelitis of the scapula. — Annals of Surgery, 1914, lx, 502. 

Gerry R. Holden. Acute inflammation of the pelvic organs. — Jour- 
nal of the Florida Medical Association, 1914, I, 161. 

James B. Holmes. Variation in tuberculin hypersensitiveness during 
the course of pulmonary tuberculosis. — Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 12. 

Donald It. Hooker and It. A. Morison. The vascular tone and the 
distribution of the blood in surgical shocks. — American Journal 
of Physiology, 1915, xxxvn, 86. 

Joseph G. Hopkins, H. Zinsser and G. Gilbert. Notes on the culti- 
vation of treponema pallidum. — Journal of Experimental Medi- 
cine, 1915, xxi, 213. 



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Gilbert Horrax. A study of the afferent fibers of the body wall and 
of the hind legs to the cerebellum of the dog by the method of 
degeneration. — Anatomical Record, 1915, IX, 307. 

William H. Howell. The coagulation of lymph. — American Journal 
of Physiology, 1914, xxxv, 483. 

Prothrombin. — Ibid, 1914, xxxv, 474. 

The clotting of blood as seen with the ultramicroscope. — Ibid, 

1914, xxxv, 143. 

Note on the effect of temperature upon the action of thrombin 

and anti-thrombin. — Ibid, 1914, xxxvi, 1. 

Physiological theories of death. — Reference Handbook of tJie 

Medical Sciences, 3 ed., 1914, m, 447. 

The causes of the clotting of blood. — Science, 1914, N. S. xxxix, 

568. 

The college and medical preparation. — Tale Alumni Weekly, 

Commencement Number, 1914. 

John Howland and W. McKim Marriott. Observations upon the so- 
called food intoxication of infants with especial reference to 
the alveolar air. — Proceedings of the Society for Experimental 
Biology and Medicine, 1914, xn, 51. 

Guy L. Hunner. A rare type of bladder ulcer in women. — Boston 
Medical and Surgical Journal, 1915, clxxii, No. 18. 

Further notes on the use of the Paquelin cautery in cervicitis, 

with special reference to its value in sterility. — Transactions 
of the Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association, 1914, 
xxvi, 128. 

John A. Hunnicutt. The absence of hyperplasia of the remainder 
of the thyroid in dogs after piecemeal removal of the gland. — 
American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1914, cxlviii, 207. 

and John Staige Davis. The osteogenic power of periosteum : 

With a note on bone transplantation. — Johns Hopkins Hospital 
Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 69. 

Henry M. Hurd. Some of the writings of the late Dr. Eugene Faunt- 
leroy Cordell. — Bulletin of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty 
of Maryland, 1914, vr, 115. 

Relation of the general hospital to the training school for 

nurses. — Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1914, clxx, 333. 

Hospital medical statistics. — Modern Hospital, 1914, H, 44. 



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• The small hospital as a factor in medical education. — Ibid, 

1914, ii, 104. 

Mental cases in general hospitals. — Ibid, 1914, n, 172. 

The human side of Florence Nightingale. — Ibid, 1914, n, 364. 

Dr. Rupert Norton.— Ibid, 1914, in, 108. 

State registration of nurses. — Ibid, 1914, in, 106, 137. 

General government of state hospital. — Ibid, 1915, rv, No. 4. 

■ The early years of the. Johns Hopkins Hospital. — Johns Hopkins 

Nurses Alumnae Magazine, April, 1915; also, Johns Hopkins 
Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 355. 

Hospital organization and management. — Reference Handbook 

of the Medical Sciences, 3rd ed., 1915. 

Samuel H. Hurwitz and C. K. Drinker. The factors of coagulation 
in primary pernicious anemia. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 

1915, xv, 733. 

and C. K. Drinker. The factors of coagulation in the experi- 
mental aplastic anemia of benzol poisoning, with special refer- 
ence to the origin of prothrombin. — Journal of Experimental 
Medicine, 1915, xxi, 401. 

and G. L. Carr. On the monoosteitic form of Paget's disease 

of bone. — American Journal of Roentgenology, 1915, n. 

Henry T. Hutchins. A few notes on the treatment of anteposed 
uteri. — Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1915, clxxii, 18. 

Clarence B. Ingraham. Twilight sleep. — Colorado Medicine, 1915, 
xn, No. 1. 

Art of obstetrics among primitive peoples and its development 

among civilized classes. — Ibid, 1914, xi, No. 5. 

George Ives. Hodgkin's disease; with report of a case which yielded 
positive cultures. — Journal of the Missouri State Medical 
Association, March, 1915. 

and F. M. Barnes, Jr. Serological examination in syphilis of 

the nervous system with special reference to Lange's colloidal 
gold reaction. — Interstate Medical Journal, August, 1915. 

Theodore C. Janeway. Ideals in medical and nursing education. 
— Quarterly Magazine, 1914, ix, 5. 

John H. Janney, Jr., D. W. Wilson and T. Stearns. The effect of 
acid administration on parathyroid tetany. — Journal of Biologi- 
cal Chemistry, 1915, xxi, 169. 



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Phillip C. Jeans and B. S. Veedeb. The diagnosis and treatment of 
"late" hereditary syphilis. — American Journal of Diseases of 
Children, 1914, vm, 283. 

and E. M. Butler. Hereditary syphilis as a social problem. — 

Ibid, 1914, vm, 327. 

Walteb Jones and A. E. Richards. Simpler nucleotides from yeast 
nucleic acid. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, XX, 25. 

Morris Joseph. Bacteriological findings in Baltimore oysters. — 
Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 128. 

Charles C. W. Jtjdd and C. E. Simon. The vacuum tube of Keidel, 
as applied to blood-culture work. — Journal of the American 
Medical Association, 1915, lxtv, 822. 

and C. E. Simon. Acute lymphatic leukemia. An occurrence of 

the corynebacterium lymphomatosis granulomatosae. — Ibid, 
1915, Lxrv, 1630. 

and A. G. Rytina. Treatment of cerebrospinal syphilis by intra- 

spinous injections of salvarsanized serum. — American Journal 
of Medical Sciences, 1915, cxlix, 147. 

Norman M. Keith and R. R. Snowden. Functional changes in ex- 
perimental hydronephrosis. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 
1915, xv, 239.* 

Experimental hydronephrosis. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulle- 
tin, 1915, xxvi, 160. 

and G. Peirce. The excretion of sugars by the kidney. — Pro- 
ceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medi- 
cine, 1915, xn, 210. 

Eugene R. Kelley. The physician and the public health. — Northwest 
Medicine, 1914, vi, 363. 

An attempt at co-operation in railway sanitation. — Transactions 

of the Fifteenth International Congress on Hygiene and Demog- 
raphy, 1914. 

The sanitary control of public water ways. — American Journal 

of Public Health, Feb. 28, 1914. 

and S. Macomber. Typhoid fever epidemic. Centralia, Wash- 
ington.— Ibid, 1914, iv, 1035. 

Howard A. Kelly. History of retrodisplacements of uterus. — Sur- 
gery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1915, xx, No. 5. 

and C. F. Burnam. Radium in the treatment of uterine hemor- 



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rhage and fibroid tumors. — Journal of the American Medical 
Association, 1914, lxiii, 622. 

and R. M. Lewis. Diagnosis of the particular form of hydro- 
nephrosis due to movable kidney. — Surgery, Gynecology and 
Obstetrics, November, 1914, xix, 601. 

Radium treatment of fibroid tumors. — Ibid, 1915, xx, No. 3. 

What radium can do. — International Clinics, 1914, s. rv, xxiv, 41. 

Some American medical botanists, commemorated in our botani- 
cal nomenclature. — New York, Southworth Co., 1914. 

The treatment of vesical fistulae at the vaginal vault following 

surgical operations. — Transactions of the Southern Surgical 
and Gynecological Association, 1914, xxvi, 93. 

Treatment of cancer by radium. — Maryland Medical Journal, 

1915, lvhi, 161. 

Lloyd W. Ketbon. Report of a case of acnitis with a study of the 
point of origin of the pathological process. — Johns Hopkins 
Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 111. 

and T. C. Gilchrist. Two cases of multiple pigmented hemor- 
rhagic sarcoma, with special methods of treatment. — Read at 
the 39th Annual Meeting of the American Dermatological Asso- 
ciation, May, 1915. 

John H. King. Pathology of the spleen. — Archives of Internal Medi- 
cine, 1914, xiv, 145. 

Benjamin S. Kline and M. C. Winteenitz. Studies upon experi- 
mental pneumonia in rabbits, vn. The production of lobar 
pneumonia. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1915, xxi. 

and M. C. Winteenitz. Studies upon experimental pneumonia 

in rabbits, vin. Intra vitam staining in experimental pneu- 
monia, and the circulation in the pneumonic lung. — Ibid, 1915, 
xxi, 311. 

— — and M. C. Winteenitz. Studies upon experimental pneumonia 
in rabbits, ix. The part of the leucocyte in the immunity 
reaction. — Ibid, 1915, xxi, 320. 

The effect of previous intravenous injection of pneumococci 

upon experimental lobar pneumonia produced by the method «f 
intrabronchial insufflation. — Proceedings of the Society for Ex- 
perimental Biology and Medicine, 1915, xn, 185. 

Howaed J. Knott. Clinical study of 228 children in relation to 



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tuberculosis exposure. — Read before the Clinical Section of the 
National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tubercu- 
losis, June, 1915. 

J. H. Mason Knox, Jr., and M. Tbacy. Excretion of phosphates in 
infancy. — American Journal of Diseases of Children, 1914, vn, 
409. 

• and W. W. Fobd. Note on the occurrence of Bacterium welchii 

(Bacillus aerogenes capsulatus) in the dejecta of children. — 
Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 27. 

The care of institutional infants outside of institutions — Trans- 
actions of the American Association for the Study and Pre- 
vention of Infant Mortality, 1914, v, 133. 

Infant mortality and its reduction. — Maryland Medical Journal, 

1914, xl vii, 13. 

Gaucher's disease, with a report of two cases in infancy. — 

Transactions of the American Pediatric Society, 1914, xxvi, 230. 

Walter M. Kraus. Pilous cerebral adiposity: A new syndrome. — 
American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1915, cxlix, 737. 

and S. E. Jelliffe. Translation of " Vagotonia," by H. Ep- 

pinger and L. Hess. — Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 

1914, xli and xllt. 

Charles A. La Mont. Lessons from a smallpox epidemic. — Ohio 
Journal of Public Health, 1915, vi, 28. 

Paul Dudley Lamson. Note concerning helenin. — Journal of Phar- 
macology and Experimental Therapeutics, 1915, VI, 413. 

Linda B. Lange and Peyton Ptous. On the greater susceptibility of 
an alien variety of host to an avian tumor. — Journal of Experi- 
mental Medicine, 1914, xx, 413. 

On certain spontaneous chicken tumors as manifestations of a 

single disease, n. Simple spindle cell sarcomata. — Ibid, 1914. 
xix, 577. 

Wilbur L. Le Cron. Pilomidal sinuses. — Wisconsin Medical Journal, 

1915, xm, 401. 

Robert L. Levy. Oil of chenopodium in the treatment of hookworm 
infections. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1914, 
Lxni, 1946. 

L. G. Rowntree and W. McKim Marriott. A simple method 

for determining variations in the hydrogen-ion circulation of 
the blood. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1915, XV. 



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Warren H. Lewis and M. R. Lewis. Mitrockondria (and other 
cytoplasmic structures) in tissue cultures. — American Journal 
of Anatomy, 1914, xvn, 339. 

Development of the fetus. — Reference Handbook of the Medical 

Sciences, 1914, rv, 373. 

Edward E. Lindeman. Blood transfusion by the syringe cannula 
system. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1914, 
lxiii, 1542. 

Hans Lisser. Demonstration of a case of symmetrical gangrene of 
the feet in a child. — Bulletin of the Washington University 
Medical School, 1914, vm. 

Arthur I. Loevenhart, H. C. Dalling and A. C. Kolls. On the 
relation of the oxygen tension of the atmosphere to com- 
bustion. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, XX, 32. 

H. C. Dalling and A. C. Kolls. The relation between the 

erythrocytes and haemoglobin to the oxygen tension of the 
respired air. — American Journal of Physiology, 1915, xxxvi, 356. 

— — — Certain aspects of biological oxidation. — Archives of Internal 
Oxidation, 1915, V. 

Warfield T. Longcope. Hodgkin's disease. — Osier and McCrae's 
Modern Medicine, 1914, rv, 755. 

John M. Love. Simple angioma of the choroid. — Archives of Ophthal- 
mology, 1914, xliii, G07. 

Oswald S. Lowsley. Congenital malformation of the posterior 
urethra. — Annals of Surgery, December, 1914, 733. 

The gross anatomy of the human prostate gland and contiguous 

structures. — Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1915, xxii, 183. 

Seymour D. Ltjdltjm. Clinical confirmation of the hypothesis that 
disordered states in the parents produce defective offspring. — 
Illinois State Charities Institution Quarterly, 1914, rv, 411. 

-Physiological characteristics in insanity. The thymus and 

pituitary in dementia praecox. — Transactions of the American 
Neurological Association, 1915. 

The thymus and the pituitary in dementia praecox. — American 

Journal of Insanity, 1915, lxxi, 733. 

John A. Luetscher. A bacteriological and clinical study of the 
nontubercular infections of the respiratory tract, with special 



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reference to sputum culture as a means of diagnosis. — Archives 
of Internal Medicine, 1915. 

Frank W. Lynch. Nitrous oxid gas analgesia in obstetrics. — 
Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 813. 

The treatment of pernicious vomiting of pregnancy. — Journal of 

the Michigan State Medical Society, 1914, xm, 459. 

Entocia by means of nitrous oxide and oxygen analgesia. — 

Illinois Medical Journal, April, 1915. 

Nitrous oxid analysis in obstetrics versus scopolamine-morpkine 

seminarcosis. — Chicago Medical Recorder, March, 1915. 

Bethuel B. V. Lyon and J. Eiman. Centrifuge method to provide 
uniform standard for Wassermann readings. — American Journal 
of Medical Sciences, 1914, cxlviii, 885. 

A study and interpretation of gastric sediments. — Ibid, July, 

1915. 

A consideration of autogenous vacines. — American Journal of 

Pharmacy, 1914, lxxxvi, 206. 

Irving Phillips Lyon. Diseases of the spleen. — Osier and McCrae's 
Modern Medicine, 1915, rv, 934. 

William G. MacCalltjm. The parathyroids. — Post-Graduate, 1914, 
xxix, 91. 

Chondrodystrophia foetalis. Notes on the pathological changes 

in four cases. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 182. 

R. A. Lambert and K. M. Vogel. The removal of calcium from 

the blood by dialysis in the study of tetany. — Journal of Experi- 
mental Medicine, 1914, xx, 149. 

William B. McClure and L. W. Satjer. Clothing as a factor in the 
production of heat stasis. — American Journal of Diseases of 
Children, 1915, ix, 490. 

and P. S. Chancellor. Ueber die diastatische Wirkung des 

Kinderharns. — Zeitschrift filr Kinderheilkunde, 1914, xi, 483. 

John T. MacCurdy. Ethical aspects of psychoanalysis. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 169. 

Die allmacht der Gedanken und die Mutterleibsphantasie, etc. — 

Imago, 1914, iv, 382. 

A psychological feature of the precipitating causes in the 

psychoses and its relation to art. — Journal of Abnormal Psy- 
chology, Boston, December, 1914-January, 1915. 



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Archibald L. McDonald. Prevention and treatment of puerperal 
sepsis. — St. Paul Medical Journal, 1914, ix. 

Caroline McGill. The determination of pulsus alternans by the 
sphygmomanometer. — Journal of the American Medical Associa- 
tion, 1915, lxiv, 20G1. 

Hebeeet L. McNeil. Fifty eases of intestinal parasites in adults, 
with an attempt to study some symptoms caused by them. — 
Southern Medical Journal, 1915, vin, 486. 

Syphilitic ulcer of the stomach. — Journal of the American Medi- 
cal Association, 1915, lxiv, 430. 

David I. Macht. The action of drugs on the isolated pulmonary 
artery. — Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Thera- 
peutics, 1914, vi, 13. 

Demonstration by the use of arterial rings of the inhibitory 

action of certain drugs on the vaso-constriction produced by 
epinephrin. — Ibid, 1915, vi, 591. 

. Detection of gelatin in ice-cream. — Medical Record, 1914, LXXXVI, 

423. 

The action of potassium and sodium iodides of the iodine ion on 

the heart and blood vesssels. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 
1914, xxv, 278. 

— — An experimental study of lavage in acute carbolic acid poison- 
ing— Ibid, 1915, xxvi, 98. 

The history of opium. — Scientific American, May 29, 1915. 

Zur Erkennung von Gallerte in geforenen Rahm. — Jeschurum, 

1914, No. 10, 372. 

■ uber dem Begriff von " Bittachon " in der Hebraischer Literatur. 

—Ibid, July, 1915. 

Action of the opium alkaloids. Individually and in combination 

with each other on the coronary artery and the coronary circula- 
tion. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 
1489. 

The history of opium and some of its preparations and alka- 
loids. — Ibid, 1915, lxiv, 477. 

Charles Clifford Macklin. ii. The skull of a human fetus o! 
40 mm. — American Journal of Anatomy, 1914, xvi, 387. 

Ralph H. Major and E. Nobel. The glycyl-tryptophan reaction in 
meningitis. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1914, xrv, 383. 



905] Publications 261 

The pathological anatomy of the pancreas in diabetes. — Journal 

of Medical Research, 1914, xxxi, 313. 

Ueber den Einfluss der Anaphylaxie auf den StickstofFstoffwech- 

sel bei Kaninchen. — Dentsches Achiv fur klmische Medizin, 
1914, cxvi, 248. 

Fkanklin P. Mall. Cause of tubal pregnancy. — Surgery, Gynecology 
and Obstetrics, 1915, xxi, 289. 

On the fate of human embryo in tubal pregnancy. — Carnegie 

Institute of Washington, Contributions to Embryology, Pub. 
221, No. 1, v. i, 1915. 

Report to the Carnegie Institution of Washington. — Year Book, 

1914. 

Kdward F. Malone. The nuclei tuberis laterals and the so-called 
ganglion opticum basale. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 
Monograph Series, 1914. 

David Marine. Demonstration in vitro of the specific affinity of 
thyroid cells for iodin. — Proceedings of the Society for Experi- 
mental Biology and Medicine, 1915, xn, 132. 

Epithelioma of the pharyngeal mucosa in a fowl. — Cleveland 

Medical Journal, 1915, xrv, 113. 

- The frequency of duct-like spaces in the thymus gland, with 
remarks on the formation and fate of Hassall's corpuscles. — 
Ibid, 1915, xiv, 186. 

Observations on the etiology of goitre in brook trout, rv. The 

effect of feeding with fresh and stale liver. — Journal of Experi- 
mental Medicine, 1915, xxi, 452. 

I?. McKim Marriott. The metabolic relationships of the acetone 
substances. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1914, xvin, 241. 

The blood in acidosis from the quantitative standpoint. — Ibid, 

1914, xvin, 507. 

— and John Howland. Observations upon the so-called food in- 
toxication of infants with especial reference to the alveolar 
air. — Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and 
Medicine, 1914, xn, 51. 

R. L. Levy and L. G. Rowntree. A simple method for deter- 
mining variations in the hydrogen-ion circulation of the blood. 
Archives of Internal Medicine, 1915, XV. 

Ei.i K. Marshall, Jr., M. Clark and L. G. Rowntree. Mushroom 



262 Medical Department [906 

poisoning. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, 
lxiv, 1230 

A. M. Chesney and L. G. Rowntree. Studies in liver function. 

— Ibid, 1914, lxiii, 1533; also, Transactions of the Association 
of American Physicians, 1914. 

The therapeutic value of organic phosphorus compounds. — Ibid, 

1915, lxiv, 573. 

L. G. Rowntbee and W. A. Baetjer. Further studies of renal 

function in renal, cardiorenal, and cardiac diseases. — Archives 
of Internal Medicine, 1915, xv, 543. 

Harry T. Marshall. Tuberculosis and heredity. — Transactions of 
the American Association for the Study and Prevention of Infant 
Mortality, 1914, rv, 149. 

Locoweed disease in sheep. — Bulletin of the Philosophical 

Society, 1914, I, 373. 

Certain aspects of the tuberculosis movement. — Virginia Medical 

Semi-Monthly, 194-15, n. s. xix, 29. 

Herman W. Marshall. Importance of vascular conditions in ortho- 
pedic cases. — American Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, 1915, 
xit, No. 4. 

Several practical features associated with the management and 

treatment of obscure arthritis. — Boston Medical and Surgical 
Journal, 1914, clxxi, 595. 

Walter B. Martin. Neutral stains as applied to the granules of the 
pancreatic islet cells. — Anatomical Record, 1915, ix, 475. 

Albert F. Mattice. Metal in the eye after magnet extraction. — 
Archives of Ophthalmology, 1914, xliii, 20. 

On the pathogenesis of scleral staphyloma. — Archives of Ophthal- 
mology, 1913, xlii, 612. 

Report on the successful treatment of a corneal tumor with 

radium, with remarks on radium in ophthalmology. — Ibid, 1914, 
xliii, 237. 

Ueber das Vorkommen von Pneumokokken auf der Konjunktiva 

nach der Tranensackexstirpation. — Klinische Monatsbldtter fur 
Augenheilkunde, 1912, N. F. xiv, 27. 

The quantitative estimation of albumin in the urine. — Archives 

of Internal Medicine, 1910, v, 313. 

Adolf Meyer. Differential diagnosis of general paresis. — Proceed- 



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ings of the American Medico-Psychological Association, Sev- 
entieth Annual Meeting, 1914. 

Organization of the work of th Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic. 

Johns Hopkins Hospital, with special reference to the first year's 
work. — Ibid, Seventieth Annual Meeting, 1914. 

Arthur William Meyer. Retrogressive changes in the fetal vessels 
and the suspensory ligment of the liver. — American Journal of 
Anatomy, 1914, xvi, 477. 

Laboratory and technical miscellany. — Anatomical Record, 1915. 

IX, 465. 

Spolia anatomica addenda, i. — Ibid, 1915, ix, 483. 

Curves of prenatal growth and auto-catalysis. — Archiv fur 

Enticicklungsmechanik der Organismen, 1914, XL, 497. 

Fields, graphs, and other data, on fetal growth. — Contributions 

to Embryology, No. 4, Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1915. 

Robebt T. Miller and T. Diller. The successful removal of a tumor 
from the frontal region of the brain. — American Journal of the 
Medical Sciences, 1914, cxlvii, 550. 

Sydney R. Miller and R. E. Fairbank. Complement fixation in 
thyroid disease. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 
245. 

Parenchymatous syphilis: its diagnosis and treatment. — Mary- 
land Psychiatric Quarterly, 1915, iv, 59. 

Charles W. Mills. Use of exercise in treatment of tuberculosis. — 
Journal of Outdoor Life, 1914, xi, 335. 

Geokge R. Minot. Nitrogen metabolism before and after splenectomy 
in a case of pernicious anaemia. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1914, xxv, 338. 

and L. H. Newbubgh. The blood pressure in pneumonia. — 

Archives of Internal Medicine, 1914, xiv, 48. 

James F. Mitchell. Pyloric stenosis in infants. — International 
Clinics, 1914, 24, s., n., 140. 

Local anesthesia in relation to the surgery of the genito-uriuarv 

tract. — New York Medical Journal, 1914, c, 904. 

Local anaesthesia as applied to the radical cure of various forms 

of hernia. — American Journal of Surgery, 1914, xxvm, 19. 

Ruftjs A. Mobison and D. R. Hooker. The vascular tone and the 



264 Medical Department [008 

distribution of the blood in surgical* shock. — American Journal 
of Physiology, 1915, xxxvn, 86. 

Arthur H. Morse. Bilateral congenital caput obstipum. — Surgery, 
Gynecology and Obstetrics, 1915, XX, 74. 

Progress in obstetrics. — California State 3Iedical Journal, 1915, 

xin, 21. 

John J. Morton:. A case of rotary dislocation of the atlas. — Boston 
Medical and Surgical Journal, 1914, clxxi, 822. 

and J. B. Murphy. The lymphocyte in natural and induced 

resistance to transplanted cancer, n. Studies in lymphoid 
activity. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1915, xxn, 204. 

Merman O. Mosenthal. Diabetes mellitus. — Reference Handbook of 
Medical Sciences, 1914, m, 518. 

— — Nitrogen metabolism and the significance of the non-protein 
nitrogen of the blood in experimental uranium nephritis.' — 
Archives of Internal Medicine, 1914, xiv, 844. 

The treatment of diabetes mellitus in dispensaries. — Medical 

Record, x\pril, 1915. 

Olelia D. Mosher. The schematogam — A new method of graphi- 
cally recording the posture and changes in the contours of the 
body. — School and Society, 1914, I, 642. 

, The physical training of women in relation to functional 

periodicity. — Woman's Medical Journal, 1915, xxv, 71. 

A physiologic treatment of congested dysmenorrhea and kindred 

disorders associated with the menstrual function. — Mind and 
Body, December, 1914. 

William L. Moss. An attempt to immunize calves against tubercu- 
losis by feeding the milk of vaccinated cows. — Johns Hopkins 
Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 241. 

Willis B. Moulton. Ectopic gestation: symptom-complex of its 
early stages. — Journal of the Maine Medical Association, 1914. 
iv, 1705. 

James B. Murphy and P. Rous. On immunity to transplantable 
chicken tumors. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1914, xx, 
419. 

•- and A. W. M. Ellis. Experiments on the role of lymphoid tissue 

in the resistance to experimental tuberculosis in mice. — Ibid, 
1914, xx, n97. 



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and J. J. MOBTON. The lymphocyte in natural and induced 

resistance to transplanted cancer, n. Studies in lymphoid 
activity.— Ibid, 1915, xxh, 204. 

William Neill. Exposure of appendix by Cullen's method. A 
simple way of removing an adherent retrocecal appendix through 
the ordinary gridiron incision. — Journal of the American Medi- 
cal Association, 1915, lxiv, 299. 

Harold H. Newman and M. B. Fisher. The clinical relation of 
systolic and diastolic blood pressure in the diagnosis of certain 
acute circulatory conditions. — Washington Medical Annals, 
1914, xin, No. 5. 

Samuel T. Nicholson, Jr. Antitoxin given intravenously in laryngeal 
diphtheria. — Bulletin of Medical and Ghirurgical Faculty of 
Maryland, 1914, vn, 45. 

Patrick I. Nixox. Chaparro Araargosa in the treatment of amebic 
dysentery. — American Journal of Tropical Diseases and Pre- 
ventive Medicine, 1915, n, 572. 

Non-bacterial urethritis. — Medical Record, 1915, lxxxvii, 607. 

I'rcENE L. Opie and L. B. Alford. The influence of diet upon 
necrosis caused by hepatic and renal poisons. Part I. Diet and 
the hepatic lesions of chloroform, phosphorus, or alcohol. — 
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1915, XXI, 1. 

and L. B. Alford. The influence of diet upon necrosis caused by 

hepatic and renal poisons. Part II. Diet and the nephritis 
caused by potassium chromate, uranium nitrate, or chloroform. — 
Ibid, 1914, xxi, 21. 

— The influence of diet on the toxicity of substances which produce 
lesions of the liver or the kidney. — Journal of the American 
Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 136. 

Diseases of the pancreas. — Osier and McCrae's Modern, Medicine, 

1914, in, 599. 

William Osler. The Jonathan Hutchinson iconography. — Johns 
Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 82. 

The medical clinic. — British Medical Journal, 1914, I, 10. 

Early printed medical books. — Ibid, 1914, I, 205. 

The visceral lesions of purpura and allied conditions. — Ibid, 

1914, i, 517. 

Some mss. and books in the Bodleian library illustrating the 

evolution of British surgery. — Ibid, 1914, i, 825. 



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Bacilli and bullets. An address to the officers and men in the 

camps at Churn. — Ibid, 1914, n, 569. 

The war and typhoid fever. — Ibid, 1914, h, 909. 

The proposed general catalogue of incunabula. — Bulletin of the 

Medical Library Association, 1914, in, 45. 

Men and books: xxiv, Israel and Medicine, xxv, "Looking 

Back," 1889. xxvi, Nathan Smith. — Canadian Medical Associa- 
tion Journal, 1914, iv, 729, 1012, 1109. 

Syphilis of the liver with the picture of Banti's disease. — 

Clinical Journal, 1914, xliii, 462. 

Suggested scheme for the restoration of the tomb of Avicenna. — 

Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1914, vn, 280. 

Louise Pearce. A comparison of adult and infant types of 
gonococci. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1915, xxi, 289. 

George Peirce and N. M. Keith. The excretion of sugars by the 
kidney. — Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology 
and Medicine, 1915, xh, 210. 

Isaac R. Pels. A case of miliary lichen planus with unusual clinical 
and pathologic findings. — Journal of Cutaneous Diseases, Includ- 
ing Syphilis, 1914, xxn, 821. 

Clement A. Penrose. Efficiency and the quality of life. — New York 
Medical Journal, 1914, c, 561. 

A review of the theories and facts underlying the treatment of 

disease by sound milk cultures. — Maryland Medical Journal, 
1915, lviii, 53. 

The three phases of life. — American Journal of Nursing, 1915, 

xv, 1102. 

Splenectomy in pernicious anemia. — Southern Medical Journal, 

1915. 

Roger G. Perkins. Epidemiology of whooping-cough, measles, scarlet 
fever and diphtheria in Cleveland for 1913. — Cleveland Medical 
Journal, 1914, xni, No. 12. 

Typhoid fever in 1913.— iW, 1914, xm, 786. 

Harry W. Plaggemeyer. The mechanism of urinary obstruction in 
relation to variations in renal function. — Journal of the Michi- 
gan State Medical Society, 1915, xiv. 

Everett D. Plass. The significance of the noncoagulable nitrogen 
coefficient of the blood serum in pregnancy and the toxemias of 



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pregnancy. — American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of 
Women and Children, 1915, lxxi, No. 4. 

Caryl Potter. Cervical ribs. — Journal of the Missouri State Medical 
Association, 1914. 

Important factors in the etiology, prognosis and treatment of 

pernicious anemia. — Medical Herald, January, 1914. 

A new perineal board for use in perineal prostatectomies and 

genito-urinary and rectal surgery. — Journal of the American 
Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 1476. 

Joseph H. Pratt. Purpura and hemophilia. — Osier and McCrae's 
Modern Medicine, 1915, IV, 686. 

Paul Preble. Typhoid fever in Decatur, Ala. — Supplement to Public 
Health Reports, 1915. 

Typhoid fever in Florence, Ala. — Ibid, 1915. 

Robert S. Preston. A statistical study in serology. — Old Dominion 
Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 1915, xx, 202. 

Spasmophilic diathesis. — Ibid, 1915, xx, 288. 

Alexander Randall. The endoscopic treatment of nocturnal pollu- 
tions. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, 
lxiv, 48. 

r Clinical manifestations of polyps of the male urethra. — Annals 

of Surgery, 1914, lx, 325. 

Robert L. Randolph. A second chapter in the history of a subretinal 
mass. — Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society, 
1914, xm, 447. 

Melanosis of the conjunctiva. Report of a case. — Ibid, 1914, xru, 

703. 

Mont R. Reid. Ueber ein doppelseitiges myeloides Chlorom der 
Mamma. — Beitrage zur klinische Chirurgie, 1915, xct, 47. 

and F. Landois. Das pigmentiertereisenzellenhaltige Xantho- 

sarkom der Extremitaten. — Ibid, 1915, xcv, 56. 

i and Holland N. Stevenson. The relation of the sensory nerve* 

to inflammation. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvx, 

287. 

Charles M. Remsen. Surgical indications and results in a series of 
nervous system lesions. — Charlotte Medical Journal, 1914, lxx, 
222. 



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- — —The field of neurological surgery and its relation to other 
branches. — Southern Medical Journal, 1014, vii, 576. 

■ Operative intervention in cyst of the left cerebral hemisphere. — 

Journal of the American Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 1640. 

Surgical measures in apoplexy. — Ibid, 1015, lxv, 162. 

Lawrence J. Rhea and E. H. Falconeb. A report of the bacterio- 
logical examination of enlarged lymph-nodes removed from a 
patient with Hodgkin's disease. — Archives of Internal Medicine 
1915, XV, 438. 

■ Prophylactic use of bacterial vaccines. — Canada Medical Jour- 
nal, 1915, v, 584. 

Annabella E. Richards and W. Jones. Simpler nucleotides from 
yeast nucleic acid. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, xx, 
25. 

Robert L. Rhodes and H. H. Tbout. Instruments for the manu- 
facture of autogenous bone nails, pegs and grafts. — Journal of 
the American Medical Association, 1914, lxii, 1088. 

An operation for shortening the scrotum. — Ibid, 1914, i.xni, 

4833. 

The treatment of cranial defects by bone grafts. — Surgery, Gyu e- 

cology and Obstetrics, 1914, xix, 546. 

Ciiables Ricksher. The relation of psychiatry to medicine. — Illinois 
Medical Journal, 1914, xxvi, 244. 

The onset of general paralysis. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1915, xxvi, 174. 

G. Canby Robinson. An investigation of the potency of tincture of 
aconite. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1915, xv, 645. 

— « — -Paroxysmal auricular fibrillation. — Ibid, 1914, xni, 298. 

The use of the electrocardiograph in the study of the heart. — 

Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, 1914, xi, 
157. 

Alice Rohde. Vividiffusion experiments on the ammonia of the 
circulating blood. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1915, xxi, 
325. 

Peyton Rous and F. S. Jones. On the cause of the localization of 
secondary tumors at points of inquiry. — Journal of Experimental 
Medicine, 1914, xx, 404. 



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and Linda B. Lange. On the greater susceptibility of an alien 

variety of host to an avian tumor. — Ibid, 1914, XX, 413. 

and James B. Mubphy. On immunity to transplantable chicken 

tumors. — Ibid, xx, 419. 

The influence of diet on transplanted and spontaneous moiihi.- 

tumors.— lb id, 1914, xx, 433. 

-and J. R. Turner. The resistance to mechanical injury to the 

erythrocytes of different species. — Proceedings of the Society for 
Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1915, xu, 106. 

and J. R. Turner. The protection of fragile erythrocytes against 

mechanical injury. — Ibid, 1915, xn, 107. 

and J. R. Turner. On the preservation in vitro of living 

erythrocytes. — Ibid, 1915 xii, 122. 

— — The influence of underfeeding on spontaneous mouse tumors. — 
Proceedings of the 1*ew York Pathological Society, 1914, xrv, 
126. 

The influence of dieting upon the course of cancer. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 146. 

— and Joseph R. Turner. A rapid and simple method of testing 
donors for transfusion. — Journal of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, 1915, Lxrv, 1980. 

Leonard G. Rowntree, E. K. Marshall, Jr., and W. A. Baetjeu. 
Further studies of renal function in renal, cardiorenal, and 
eardiac diseases. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1915, xv, 543. 

R. L. Levy and W. McKim Marriott. A simple method for 

determining variations in the hydrogen-ion circulation of the 
blood. — Ibid, 1915, xv. 

M. Clark and E. K. Marshall, Jr. Mushroom poisonoing.— - 

Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, Lxrv, 1230. 

A. M. Chesney and E. K. Marshall, Jr. Studies in liver 

function. — Ibid, 1914, lxiti, 1533; also, Transactions of the 
Association of American Physicians, 1914. 

(Jlanville Y. Rush. Effect of benzolintoxication and consequent 
leucopenia on the formation of artificial hemolysins and pre- 
cipitins. — University of California Publications in Pathology, 
1914, ii, 139. 

Florence R. Sarin. On the origin of the duct of Cuvier and the 
cardinal veins. — Anatomical Records, 1915, ix, 115. 



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. on the fate of the posterior cardinal veins and their relation to 

the development of the vena cava and azygos in the embryo 
pig.— Contributions to Embryology, No. 7, Carnegie Institute, 
Washington, 1015. 
John A. Sampson. The influence of ectopic pregnancy on the uterus, 
with special reference to changes in its blood supply and uterine 
bleeding; based on the study of twenty-five injected uteri asso- 
ciated with ectopic pregnancy.— Surgery, Gynecology and Ob- 
stetrics, 1914, xviii, 587. 
Edgar P. Sandrock. The relations of splanchnoptosis to gastric 
acidity.— Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 262. 
Benjamin R. Schenck. Pulmonary tuberculosis and pregnancy.— 

Journal of the Michigan Medical Society, 1914, xin, 157. 
Ferdinand Schmitter. Sprue treated by emetin hydrochlorid - 
Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 53. 
Edwin H. Schorer. Diagnosis of congenital syphilis in infants and 
children.— Missouri State Medical Association Journal., 1914, 
xi, No. 3. 

Intravenous injection of diphtheria antitoxin in children.— 

American Journal of Diseases of Children, 1915, ix, No. 1. 
Oscar T. Schultz. Hypoplasia of the aorta.-7^ Pulse, January 
30, 1915. 

The value of the postmortem.— Ibid, April 23, 1915. 

Promitosis in tumor cells.— Journal of Medical Research, 1915, 

xxxn, 257. 

aIld A . Schalek. An unusual case of generalized nonpigmented 

sarcomas of the skin.— Journal of the American Medical Asso- 
ciation, 1915, lxiv, 1901. 
Ralph B. Seem. Organization of the dispensary of the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital.— Modern Hospital, 1914, n, 33. 

Surgical operations and surgical dressings at the Johns Hopkins 

Hospital.— Ibid, 1914, in, 14. 
Andrew W. Sellards and W. A. Baetjer. Propagation of amebic 
dysentery in animals.-Amertcart Journal of Tropical Diseases 
and Preventive Medicine, 1914, II, 231. 
— A clinical method for studying titratable alkalinity of the blood 
and its application to acidosis.-Jo/ms Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1914, xxv, 101. 



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and W. A. Baetjer. The experimental production of amoebic 

dysentery by direct inoculation into the caecum. — Ibid, 1914, 
xxv, 323. 

and W. A. Baetjer. The recognition of atypical forma or intes- 
tinal amoebiasis. — Ibid, 1915, xxvi, 45. 

B. E. Tyzzer and P. Strong. Oroya fever. Second report. — 

Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, Lxrv, 806. 

The relationship of the renal lesions of Asiatic cholera to the 

ordinary nephritides with especial reference to acidosis. — 
American Journal of Tropical Diseases, 1914, n, 104. 

Laurence Selling and F. C. McLean. Urea and total non-protein 
nitrogen in normal human blood. Belation of their concentra- 
tion to rate of elimination. — Journal of Biological Chemistry, 
1914, xix, 31. 

Cerebrospinal fluid as an aid to diagnosis of obscure cases of 

syphilis of central nervous system. — Northwest Medicine, 1915, 
vn, No. 1. 

Will F. Shallenberger. Perineal hernia. — Georgia Medical Asso- 
ciation Journal, 1914, iv, 207. 

Twilight sleep. — Atlanta Journal- Record of Medicine, 1915, lxii, 

107. 

Nephroptosis in women. — Ibid, 1915, v. 

Joseph L. Sherrick and L. W. Hill. Beport on the Allen treatment 
of diabetes. — Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1915, clxxii, 
696. 

Lloyd P. Shippen. The significance of bacillus coli in pasteurized 
milk. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 
1289. 

Principal types of micro-organisms in Baltimore milk. — Johns 

Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 122. 

Common organisms in heated milk : their relation to its reac- 
tions. — Ibid, 1915, xxvi, 257. 

Warren R. Sisson. A clinical study of two hepatic functional tests 
(galactose and phenoltetrachlorphthalein ) . — Archives of In- 
ternal Medicine, 1914, xrv, 804. 

and E. G. Grey. An example of dissociated personality. — 

Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1914, clxxi, 365. 



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and C. B. Thompson. Bacillus mucosus capsulatus as etiological 

agent in lobar pneumonia. — Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1915. 

J. Morris Slemons. Dystocia due to a funnel pelvis. — California 
State Journal of Medicine, March, 1915. 

Chorion. — Reference Handbook of the Medical Sciences, 1914, 

in, 23. 

Decidua. — Ibid, 1914, in, 455. 

Martin F. Sloan. Great need of hospital facilities for negroes with 
tuberculosis. — Journal of Outdoor Life, 1915, xn, No. 4. 

Robert B. Slocum. Bone regeneration. — Southern Medical Journal, 
1914, vn, 822. 

Henry L. Smith. The use of no-sound stroke in percussing out the 
boundaries of superficial dullness of airless bodies. — Journal of 
the American Medical Association, 1914, LXin, 320. 

Joseph T. Smith. Scopolamin amnesia in labor. — Cleveland Medical 
Journal, 1915, xiv, 43. 

Winford H. Smith. Convalescent labor in general hospitals. — 
Modem Hospital, 1914, m, 109. 

Baltimore's facilities for handling contagious diseases. — Bulletin 

of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, 1914, vi, 
138. 

Roy R. Snowden and W. S. Thayer. Comparison of results of phenol- 
sulphonephthalein test of renal function with anatomic changes 
observed in kidneys at necropsy. — American Journal of Medical 
Sciences, 1914, cxlviii, 781. 

and N. M. Keith. Functional changes in experimental hydro- 
nephrosis. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1915, xv, 239. 

Charles D. Snyder. Is the contraction of smooth muscle accom- 
panied by heat production? First communication. — American 
Journal of Physiology, 1914, xxxv, 340. 

— -- The inversion of respiratory waves in sphygmomanometer records 
of arterial pressure in man. — Ibid, 1915, xxxvi, 430. 

Joseph S. Speed and G. H. Whipple. Liver function as influenced 
by the ductless glands. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1914, 
xx, 297. 

— — - A study of the causes in the respiratory change of heart rate. — 
Ibid, 1915, xxxvn, 104. 



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Thornton Steabns, D. W. Wilson and J. H. Janney, Jr. The effect 
of acid administration on parathyroid tetany. — Journal of Bio- 
logical Chemistry, 1915, xxi, 169. 

Walter R. Steiner. The evolution of medicine in Connecticut, with 
the foundation of the Yale Medical School as its notable achieve- 
ment. Historical address at the centennial of the Yale Medical 
School, June 15, 1914. — Yale University Press, 1915, p. 10. 

Otto Gustaf Ramsay. — Transactions of the Connecticut State 

Medical Society, 1914, 253. 

A. Raymond Stevens. Treatment of certain cases of prostatic ob- 
struction by cauterization by the high frequency current. — 
American Journal of Surgery, 1914, xxvm, 93. 

Holland N. Stevenson and Mont R. Reid. The relation of the 
sensory nerves to inflammation. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bul- 
letin, 1915, xxvr, 21. 

James R. Stewart. Hemoptysis and its treatment. — Journal of 
the Indiana State Medical Association, September, 1914. 

Charles W. Stiles. Difficulties in obtaining ages: popular ignor- 
ance and carelessness regarding one^s birthday and age. — Public 
Health Reports, 1915, xxx, No. 5. 

Mosquitoes and malaria: Report on a short trip in Eastern 

North Carolina.— 1 bid, 1914, Reprint No. 217. 

A progressive township: a North Carolina township in which 

every home and every school has a privy. — Ibid, 1914, xxix, 
No. 49. 

Sanitary progress: County of New Hanover and city of 

Wilmington, N. C.—Ibid, 1915, xxx, No. 10. 

A. W. Freeman and L. L. Ltjmsden. Safe disposal of human 

excreta at unsewered homes. — Public Health Bulletin, 1915, 
No. 68. 

Ellen A. Stone. Health supervision of school children in Rhode 
Island. — Bulletin of the State Board of Health of Rhode Island, 
April, 1915. 

Harvey B. Stone. Rectal 6urgery in the dispensary. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 116. 

A treatment for pruritus ani. — Maryland Medieal Journal, 1915, 

lvhi, 202. 

William R. Stone. The gouty individual. — New York Medical Jour- 
nal, 1915, en, 137. 



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Abraham Strauss and L. H. Levy. A clinical and bacteriological 
study of hexamethylenamin as a urinary antiseptic. — Archives 
of Internal Medicine, 1914, xiv, 730. 

Richard P. Strong. Recent developments in relation to the study 
of tropical medicine in the United States. — Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 148. 

Amoebic dysentery. — Osier and McCrae's Modern Medicine, 

1914, ii, 17. 

The opportunities and needs of the American student and in- 
vestigator in tropical medicine. — American Journal of Tropical 
Diseases, 1914, n, 28. 

Solomon Strotjse and J. C. Friedman. Non-specificity of carbohy- 
drate tolerance test. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1914, xrv, 
531. 

I. F. Stein and A. Wiseley. The accurate clinical study of blood 

sugar. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 211. 

John Sundwall. Thyroid gland. — Kansas Medical Society Journal 

1915, xv, No. 4. 

The chromaffin system and ductless glands. — Missouri State 

Medical Journal, 1915. 

State support of medical education. — Ibid, 1915. 

The present relation between the college and the medical 

school. — Transactions of the Association of American Medical 
Colleges, 1915, p. 53. 

Alan C. Sutton. On the development of the neuromuscular spindle 
in the extrinsic eye muscles of the pig. — American Journal of 
Anatomy, 1915, xviii, 117. 

Virgil P. W. Sydenstricker, G. H. Whipple and B. J. Delatour. 
The adrenalin index of the suprarenal glands in health and dis- 
ease. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1914, xix, 536. 

Howard L. Taylor. Clinical studies in caffeine. — Archives of In- 
ternal Medicine, 1914, xrv, 769. 

The ventilatory function of the lung in emphysema and asthma. 

— Ibid, 1915, xv, 1. 

Benjamin T. Terry. The influence that serum exerts upon trypano- 
somes, with special reference to its use for experiments in vitro 
with atoxyl paraminophenylarsenoxyd. — Journal of Experi- 
mental Medicine, 1915, xxi, 250. 



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Different amounts of transformed atoxyl produced by incubating 

one per cent, and ten per cent, atoxyl in blood. — Ibid, 1915, xxi, 
258. 

The effect of heat on the transforming and binding power of 

blood.— Ibid, 1915, xxi, 267. 

William S. TnAYER and R. R. Snowden. Comparison of results of 
phenolsulphonephthalein test of renal function with anatomic 
changes observed in kidneys at necropsy. — American Journal of 
Medical Sciences, 1914, cxlviii, 781. 

Importance of fundamental methods of physical examination in 

practice of medicine.— Southern Medical Journal, 1914, vn, 933. 

Dr. Chew, the physician. — Bulletin of the Medical and Chirurgi- 

cal Faculty of Maryland, 1914-15, vn, 80. 

Samuel Theobald. The etiology of phlyctenular ophthalmia. — Jour- 
nal of the American Medical Association, 1914, lxiii, 566. 

Henry M. Thomas and Kenneth D. Blackfan. Recurrent menin- 
gitis, due to lead, in a child of five years. — American Journal of 
Diseases of Children, 1914, vin, 377. 

Charles B. Thompson and W. R. Sisson. Bacillus mucosus capsu- 
latus as etiological agent in lobar pneumonia. — Journal of In- 
fectious Diseases, 1915. 

William L. Thompson. The high incision in Caesarean section. — 
Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 336. 

William L. Thornton. A new method of circumcision. — Surgery, 
Gynecology and Obstetrics, August, 1914. 

Joseph R. Turner and F. P. Rous. A rapid and simple method of 
testing donors for transfusion. — Journal of the American Medi- 
cal Association, 1915, lxiv, 1980. 

and F. P. Rous. The resistance to mechanical injury of the 

erythrocytes of different species. — Proceedings of the Society for 
Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1915, xii, 106. 

and F. P. Rous. The protection of fragile erythrocytes against 

mechanical injury. — Ibid, 1915, xn, 107. 

and F. P. Rous. On the preservation in vitro of living erythro- 
cytes. — Ibid, 1915, xn, 122. 

Lucius Tuttle. Four-place and five-place tables from an introduc- 
tion to laboratory physics. — Philadelphia, 1915. 

An introduction to laboratory physics. — Philadelphia, 1915. 



276 Medical Department [920 

George T. Tyler, Jr. On the importance of destroying the cervical 
mucosa in sub-total hysterectomy as a cancer-preventing meas- 
ure. — Southern Medical Journal, 1915, vin, 583. 

— — Internal hydrocephalus — report of case, with specimen. — Ibid., 
1914, vn. 

Henry L. Ulrich. Auricular fibrillation. — St. Paul Medical Journal, 
1914, xvi, 458. 

Vaccine therapy. — Journal-Lancet, 1915, xxxv, No. 9. 

Douglas Vander Hoof. Addison's disease. — Old Dominion Journal 
of Medicine and Surgery, 1914, xix, 195. 

The causes of indigestion. A study of 1000 cases. — Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 151. 

Frederick H. Verhoeff. Scleral puncture for expulsive subchorioidal 
hemorrhage following sclerostomyscleral puncture for postopera- 
tive separation of chorioid. — Ophthalmic Record, 1915, xXrv, 
No. 2. 

Histologic findings after successful sclerostomy. — Archives of 

Ophthalmology, 1915, xliv, No. 2. 

and L. Bell. The alleged danger to the eye from ultra-violet 

radiation. — Science, 1914. 

and G. S. Derby. Plasmoma of lacrimal sac. — Archives of Oph- 
thalmology, 1915, xliv, No. 3. 

Cecil W. Vest. Clinical study of primary carcinoma of the Fallo- 
pian tube. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1914, xxv, 305. 

Carl W. Waldron. The present status of adenoid and tonsil opera- 
tions. — The Dental Cosmos, 1915, lvii, 651. 

and C A. Waters. The roentgenology of the accessory nasal 

sinuses describing a modification of the occipito-frontal posi- 
tion. — The American Journal of Roentgenology, February, 1915. 

Clifford B. Walker. Topical diagnostic and psychiatric value of 
Wilbrand test with new clinical instruments. — Archives of Oph- 
thalmology, 1915, xliv, No. 2. 

New clinical instrument. — Journal of the American Medical 

Association, 1914, lxiii, 846. 

Emma E. Walker. Mineral springs of the United States. — Refer- 
ence Handbook of the Medical Sciences, 1914, IV; 1915, v. 

Therapeutics of heat. — Ibid, 1915, v, 120. 



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Hypertrichosis. — Ibid, 1915, v, 449. 

I. Chandler Walker. The specificity of cholesterin with syphilitic 
scrums and of cholesterin-reinforced heart antigen in the Was- 
sermann reaction. — Archives of Internal Medicine, 1914, xiv, 563. 

Louis M. Warfield. The normal differential leukocyte count. A 
proposed classification of the white blood cells. — Journal of the 
American Medical Association, 1915, lxiv, 1296. 

A simplified method for the intrameningeal injection of neosal- 

varsan in syphilis of the nervous system. — Ibid, 1914, lxiii, 2287. 

The intrameningeal treatment of syphilis of the nervous sys- 
tem. — Wisconsin Medical Journal, 1915, xm, 436. 

and R. L. Schulz. Some aspects of cardiorenal disease. — Ibid, 

1914, xm, 139. 

Diagnosis of incipient pulmonary tuberculosis. — Ibid, 1914-1915, 

xm, 192. 

Further observations on diastolic and pulse pressure. — American 

Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1914, cxlviii, 880. 

Charles A. Waters and C. W. Waldron. The roentgenology of the 
accessory nasal sinuses describing a modification of the occipito- 
frontal position. — The American Journal of Roentgenology, Feb- 
ruary, 1915. 

Roentgenization of the thymus gland in Grave's disease. — - 

Journal of the American Medical Association, 1915, lxtv, 1392. 

Lewis H. Weed. Studies on cerebro- spinal fluid. No. n. The 
theories of drainage of cerebro-spinal fluid with an analysis of 
the methods of investigation. — Journal of Medical Research, 
1914, xxxi, 21. 

Studies on cerebro-spinal fluid. No. in. The pathways of 

escape from the subarachnoid spaces with particular reference 
to the arachnoid villi. — Ibid, 1914, xxxi, 51. 

Studies on cerebro-spinal fluid. No. iv. The dual source of 

cerebro-spinal fluid (with six plates). — Ibid, 1914, xxxi, 93. 

and Paul Wegefarth. Studies on cerebro-spinal fluid. No. vn. 

The analogous processes of the cerebral and ocular fluids. — 
Ibid, 1914, xxxi, 167. 

■ and Harvey Cushing. The effect of pituitary extract upon the 

secretion of cerebro-spinal fluid. — American Journal of Physi- 
ology, 1915, xxxvi, 77. 



278 Medical Department [922 

and Harvey Gushing. Studies on cerebro-spinal fluid, vm. 

The effect of pituitary extract upon its secretion (choroidor- 
rhoea). — Ibid, 1914, xxxvi, 77. 

Paul Wegefoeth. Studies on cerebro-spinal fluid. No. v. The 
drainage of intra-ocular fluids. — Journal of Medical Research, 
1914, xxxi, 149. 

Studies on cerebro-spinal fluid. No. vi. The establishment of 

drainage of intra-ocular and intracranial fluid into the venous 
system. — Ibid, 1914, xxxi, 149. 

and Lewis H. Weed. Studies on cerebro-spinal fluid. No. vn. 

The analogous processes of the cerebral and ocular fluids. — Ibid, 
1914, xxxi, 167. 

and H. M. Wegeforth. A universal surgical motor. — Journal of 

the American Medical Association, 1915, lxv, 420. 

Theodore H. Wenning. Hospital service in the Turko-Balkan War.— 
The Lancet-Clinic, 1915, cxin, 365. 

John M. West. Ueber die intranasale Behandlung der Dakry- 
ostenose. — Verhandlung d. Vereins Deutscher Laryngologen, 
1914. 

Resultate der intranasalen Eroffnung des Tranensackes Er- 

fahrung an 250 Operationen. — Verhandlung der Berliner Oph- 
thalmologische Oesellschaft, 1914. 

George H. Whipple and P. W. Christman. Liver function as influ- 
enced by the ductless glands. — Journal of Experimental Medi- 
cine, 1914, xx, 297. 

and J. S. Speed. Liver function as influenced by anesthetics and 

narcotics. — Ibid, 1915, xxi, 203. 

V. P. W. Sydenstricker and B. J. Delatour. The adrenalin 

index of the suprarenal glands in health and disease. — Ibid, 
1914, xix, 536. 

Lloyd B. Whitham. The relation of the opthalmic department to 
the general hospital. — Modern Hospital, 1915, rv, No. 5. 

Otis B. Wight. Volvulus of ileum. — Northwest Medicine, 1915, vn, 
No. 5. 

Udo J. Wile. Syphilis of the esophagus. — American Journal of the 
Medical Sciences, 1914, cxlviii, 180. 

Case of lymphangioma circumscriptum). Case of localized sclero- 



023] Publications 279 

dermia. — Michigan State Medical Society Journal, 1914, xni, 
No. 7. 

Exfoliative dermatitis and granuloma fungoides showing results 

of treatment. — Ibid, 1915, xiv, No. 2. 

and J. H. Stokes. Involvement of the nervous system during 

the primary stage of syphilis. — Journal of the American Medical 
Association, 1915, lxiv, 979. 

and J. H. Stokes. Further studies on the spinal fluid with 

reference to the involvement of the nervous system in early 
syphilis. — Ibid, 1915, lxiv, 1465. 

and J. H. Stokes. Spinal fluid with reference to involvement of 

nervous system in secondary syphilis. — Journal of Cutaneous 
Diseases, 1914, xxxn, No. 9. 

Report of a case of syphilis with early nervous involvement. — 

Journal of the Michigan State Medical Society, March, 1915. 

Alexander W. Williams. Identification of two unknown soldiers 
by finger prints. — Military Surgeon, 1914, xxxv, No. 1. 

J. Whitridge Williams. The limitations and possibilities of 
prenatal care, based on the study of 705 fetal deaths occurring 
in 10,000 consecutive admissions to the obstetrical department 
of the Johns Hopkins Hospital. — Journal of the American Medi- 
cal Association, 1914, lxiv, 95. 

William W. Williams. A study of complement fixation in syphilis 
with treponema antigens. — Medical Record, 1913, xxviii, 345. 

Diagnosis of gonococcal affections by complement-fixation test. — 

Colorado Medicine, 1915, xn, No. 3. 

The gonococcus complement fixation test. — Interstate Medical 

Journal, 1914, xxi, 1198. 

Abderhalden's pregnancy test. — Proceedings of the American 

Association of Immunologists, April, 1915. 

J. Scott Willock. Autoserum therapy in the treatment of psoriasis 
and other skin diseases. — Journal of the American Medical As- 
sociation, 1915, lxv, 14. 

D. Wright Wilson, T. Stearns and J. H. Janney, Jr. The effect of 
acid administration on parathyroid tetany. — Journal of Biologi- 
cal Chemistry, 1915, xxi, 169. 

Milton C. Winternitz and B. S. Kline. Studies upon experimental 



280 Medical Department [924 

pneumonia in rabbits, vn. The production of lobar pneu- 
monia. — Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1915, xxi, 304. 

and B. S. Kline. Studies upon experimental pneumonia in 

rabbits, vin. Intra vitam staining in experimental pneumonia, 
and the circulation in the pneumonic lung. — Ibid, 1915, xxi, 311. 

and B. S. Kline. Studies upon experimental pneumonia in 

rabbits, rx. The part of the leucocyte in the immunity re- 
action. — Ibid, 1915, xxi, 320. 

Oilman J. Winthrop. Chronic enteric intussusception due to intes- 
tinal tumors. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1915, lxiy, 1303. 

George B. Wislocki and S. J. Crowe. Experimental observations 
on the suprarenal glands with especial reference to the functions 
of their interrenal portions. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 
1915, xxt, 287. 

Frederick W. Wittioh. Vaccine treatment of bacterial diseases of 
lungs complicating pulmonary tuberculosis. — Canadian Medical 
Association Journal, 1915, v, 289; also St. Paul Medical Journal, 
1915, xvh, 174 

and C. H. Vrooman. Apparatus for producing artificial pneu- 
mothorax. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 1914, 
lxh, 929. 

Laboratory report. — Annual Report of the Mental Hospitals of 

the Province of British Columbia, 1914. 

Julian M. Wolfsohn. The normal and pathologic physiology of the 
visceral nervous system. — Journal of the American Medical As- 
sociation, 1914, lxh, 1535. 

Samuel Wolman. Result of sanatorium treatment in pulmonary 
tuberculosis. — Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915. 

Paul G. Woollbt. Die Faktoren, welche die Gefasserweiterung und 
Verzogerung des Blustromes bei Entziindung veranlassen. — 
Centralblatt fUr Bakteriologie, 1915, xxvi, 217. 

Factors governing vascular dilatation and slowing of the blood- 
stream in inflammation. — Journal of the American Medical 
Association, 1914, lxiii, 2279. 

P. G. Clark and A. De Mar. The effects of small repeated in- 
traperitoneal injections of Witte's peptone solutions. — Science, 
1914, XL, 789. 



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Growth and overgrowth. — New York Medical Journal, 1915, ci, 

656. 

A. De Mae and D. Clakk. Further experiments on the effects of 

long continued intraperitoneal injections of proteins. — Journal 
of Experimental Medicine, 1915, xxii, 114. 

Peregrine Wroth, Jr., and B. M. Bernheim. Arteriovenous aneur- 
ism of the external iliac vessels, with wound of the external iliac 
vein. — Annals of Surgery, 1914, lix, 558. 

John L. Yates and C. H. Bunting. The rational treatment of Hodg- 
kin's disease. — Journal of the American Medical Association, 
1915, lxiv, 1953. 

C. H. Bunting and H. T. Kristjanson. The etiology of splenic 

anemia or Banti's disease. — Ibid, 1914, lxih, 2225. 

Hugh H. Young. The James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute. — 
Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, xxvi, 161. 

An address in surgery. Progress in genito-urinary surgery. — 

American Journal of Surgery, 1914, xxvin, 289. 

Urinary lithiasis: renal and ureteral calculi — Osier and 

McCrae's Modern Medicine, 1914, in, 1007. 

Genito-urinary diagnosis. Diseases of the prostate. Examina- 
tion of urine. — Ibid, 1914, in, 1026. 



INDEX 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF NAMES 



PAGE 

Abel, John J 10. 33, 73, 133, 234 

Abercrombie, Ronald T 39, 187, 222 

Adair, Frank E 216, 227 

Adams, Lester 205, 222 

Adams, Enoch Herman 141 

Adkins, Merle T 193, 228 

Adsit, Henry 1S9, 226 

Ahroon, Carl R 40 

Ainlcy, Frank C 189, 219 

Akerman, Joseph 175, 228 

Alford, L. B 265 

Allen, Arthur W .211, 224 

Allen, Herbert W 175, 219 

Allen, Mary D., 

(Mrs. George F. Zoeekler)..202, 233 

Allison, N 238 

Ainberson, James B., Jr 150 

Anderson, Carl A 165 

Anderson, David B 211 

Anderson, James K 150 

Anderson, Walter T 150 

Anderson, William W 155 

Andrew, Harvey M 216, 220 

Andrews, Clarence L 209, 226 

Angulo, Cary Fink 205, 220 

Angulo, Jaime, de 208, 220 

Applebaum, Herman S 155 

Applebaum, Solomon J 197, 227 

Appleton, Vivia B 189, 219 

Armstrong, Charles 216, 220 

Armstrong, Edward McP 202, 227 

Armstrong, Jane B 141 

Ashbury, Howard E..30, 40, 88, 91, 234 

Atrhley, D. W 37, 216, 222, 234 

Athens, Alvin G 141 

Atherton, Alexander M 177 

Athev, Henrv B 38 

Auer, John 179, 227, 234 

Aull, John 216, 225 

Austin, Henrv E 42 

Austin, Mabel F 175, 224 

Austrian, Charles R., 

26, 38, 79, 107, 122, 200, 222 

Avery, O. T 244 

Bacchus, James L 151 

Bat on, Arthur M 216, 220 

Bacon, Emily P 155 

Bacon, Jay H 184, 222 

Baer, Clarence A 187, 232 

Baer, William S., 

23, 35, 40, 88, 90, 91, 122, 

123, 172, 222 
Baetjer, Frederick H., 

25, 36, 88, 90, 177, 222, 234, 250 
Baetjer, Walter A., 

27, 38, 79, 123, 200, 202, 222, 

234, 262, 269, 270, 271 

Bailev, Albert A 141 

Bairri, John II 151 

Baker, Bernard N 8 

Baker, Moses H 202, 229 

Baker, Theodore 184, 229 

Baker, Walter H 165 



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Baldauf, Leon K 187, 222 

Baldwin, John C 216, 221, 229 

Baldwin, William D 177 

Ball, Thomas R 34 

Ballou, Alice M., 

(Mrs. George W. Elliot) .. .187, 224 

Bancroft, Frederick W 189, 227 

Banks, Horace McM 151 

Barbour, Henry G 202, 220, 235 

Barclay, Irvin C 155 

Bardeen, Charles R 171, 232, 235 

Barker, Lewellys F., 

21, 34, 35, 79, 107, 121, 122, 

123, 133, 235 

Barlow, Bryan A 155 

Barlow, W. J 243 

Barnes, Francis M., Jr., 

193, 225, 235, 254 

Bartlett, Edwin 1 209, 222 

Bass, Herschel W 189, 219 

Bass, James A 200, 222 

Bassett, Victor H 182, 221, 235 

Batchelor, Marjorie D., 

19, 38, 79, 216, 222 

Batchelor, Roger P 19, 87, 217, 222 

Bates, Harold E 217, 227 

Batten, Grover A 214, 221 

Baxley, Henry W 133 

Baylor, John W 146 

Bayne-Jones, Stanhope, 

37, 74, 214, 222, 235, 237 

Beale, Alma E 175, 228 

Beall, Francis C 189, 230 

Beall, Khleber H 187, 230 

Bean, Harold C 156 

Bean, Leo C 217, 222 

Bean, Robert B 184, 222, 235 

Beard, Joseph H 209, 222, 236 

Beasley, Edward B 189, 222 

Bedinger, John V. D 205, 222 

Beeuwkes, Henry 189, 230 

Beifeld, Albert H 193, 222, 236 

Belcher, Burton E 151 

Belden, Louis de K 217, 227 

Bell, L 276 

Belt, Mabel 214, 222 

Benedict, Mary K 141 

Bennett, George E 30, 40, 88, 91 

Bennett, Ruth, 

(Mrs. L. S. Morgan) 184, 232 

Bennett, Walter S 205, 226 

Benson, Gideon 165 

Bergland, John McF 184, 222 

Berkeley, Henry J... 22, 42, 98, 123, 236 
Bernheim, Bertram M., 

29, 39, 88, 89, 187, 222, 236, 281 

Berry, John McW 177, 226 

Bettman, Milton 175, 214 

Bettman, Ralph B 221 

Bigelow, Jane E 209 

Bird, William E., Jr 205, 220 

Birdsong, Julian L 200, 220 

Birge, Edward G 193, 221, 236 

Biser, Daniel B 141 

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Bixler, Lewis C 182, 229 

Blackfan, Kenneth D., 

15, 37, 93, 109, 236, 243, 275 

Blackman, Julian R 189, 226 

Blair, Harry E 146 

Blake, William C 151 

Blakeslee, Walter H 177, 229 

Blanchard, Irene M 151 

Blanco, Pio 156 

Blauvelt, Elizabeth H 182 

Bloodgood, Joseph C, 

23, 35, 87, 89, 90, 109, 122, 236 

Bloombergh, Horace D 177, 230 

Bloomfield, Arthur L., 

16, 36, 79, 107, 123, 205, 208, 

222, 235, 237 

Boardman, Edgar W 165 

Boehm, Emil 202, 225 

Bochm, Julius B 214, 224 

Bogart, Phoebe M., 

(Mrs. Van Voast) 189, 227 

Boggs, Thomas R., 

24, 35, 42, 79, 122, 177, 222 

Bogle, Kate B 214, 220 

Bole, W T illiam S 202, 225 

Bollinger, Herman J 146 

Bone, Robert L 164 

Bonta, Maurice B 185, 228 

Booker, William D 22 

Bookwalter, Carl F 202, 221 

Booth, John R 205, 227 

Bornscheuer, Albert A 212, 229 

Boslev, John R 177, 226 

Bowden, David T., Jr 146 

Bowe, Dudley P 141 

Bowers, Charles A 209, 228 

Bowman, Paul J 141 

Bovce, W. Graham 8 

Boyd, Montague L 193, 221, 237 

Bo3'd, William A 41 

Branch, Joseph R 197, 221 

Brady, James B 136 

Brady, Leo 151 

Braunlich, George 217, 220 

duBray, Ernest S 

Breitstein, Moses L 141 

Brem, Walter V., Jr 185, 219, 237 

Brent, Hugh 42 

Brenizer, Addison G., Jr... 197, 228, 237 

Bresee, Charles J 165 

Brewster, David T 146 

Bridgeman, Eveleth W., 

16, 36, 38, 79, 108, 119, 121, 

123, 209, 222, 238 

Briggs, Evelyn 175 

Briggs, John B., Jr 179, 220 

Briggs, Rowland S 156, 238 

Brinton, Wilmer, Jr 141 

Bristol, Leverett D 194, 228 

Brock, Sam 156 

Brockway, George E., Jr 205, 220 

Broedel, Max 12, 102, 238 

Bronson, Edith 212, 233 

Brooks, Barney 205, 225, 238 

Brosius, William L., Jr 151 

Brotherhood, Jas. S..197, 200, 225, 238 

Brown, Alfred W 164 

Brown, Arthur L 164 

Brown, Chester T 194, 226 

Brown, Cyrus C 209, 228 

Brown, Edwards B 190, 231 



PAGE 

Brown, G. Bedford, Jr 151 

Brown, Lawrason 175, 227, 238 

Brown, Thomas R., 

25, 35, 39, 79, 108, 122, 123, 

171, 222, 238 

Brown, Wade II 194, 227, 239 

Browne, Bennett B., Jr 179, 222 

Brownell, Edward E 173, 219 

Broyles, Edwin N 141 

Brulle, Herman 175, 222 

Bruns, Robert M 179, 223 

Brush, Clinton E., Jr 182, 230 

Brush, Nathaniel H 214, 222 

Bryan, William M C 179, 225 

Bryant, Carl H 197, 225 

Buckler, Humphrey W., 

173, 175, 223, 239 

Budd, Samuel W 200, 231 

Bullard, H. Hays 156 

Bullard, Hugh M 151 

Bullock, Frederick D 194, 227 

Bunce, A. H 247 

Bunting, Charles H..177, 232, 239, 281 

Burbeck, Edward K 194, 224 

Burket, W. C 37, 217, 223 

Burkholder, Harry J 156 

Burlingham, Louis H 190, 224 

Burnam, Curtis F 175, 223, 239, 255 

Burns, Jonathan E., Jr.. 37, 40, 197, 223 

Burns, T. Edward 239 

Burnside, Charles 194, 219 

Burrow, Trigant 31, 41, 97 

Burrows, Montrose T., 

15, 37, 74, 200, 223 

Busby, John A. C 141 

Bush, Camillus 179 

Butler, Ethan F 202, 225 

Butler, E. M 255 

Butler, Joel 1 177, 219 

Butsch, John L 209, 226 

Buttrick, Wallace 137 

Byrnes, Charles M., 

28, 38, 87, 108, 190, 223, 239, 240 

Caldwell, Julius A.. 185, 226 

Calihan, Walter A 202, 227 

Callander, Curie L 151 

Calvert, William J 172, 230 

Campbell, Charles M., 

13, 35, 40, 98, 112, 123 

Cameron, Don F 37, 40, 212, 223 

Campbell, William D 165, 240 

Cannon, W. B 245 

Canter, N. M 40, 212, 223 

Carden, John J 156 

Carey, Harry W 177, 228 

Carlisle, Wilbur G 212, 22S 

Carman, R. D 246 

Carr, Eugene M 141 

Carr, G. L 254 

Carr, John R 185, 225 

Carroll, Alice B 151 

Carroll, Francis P 214, 220 

Carson, Waid E 194, 229 

Carstens, Christian F 197, 225 

Carter, Earle B 205, 220 

Carter, David W., Jr 214, 224 

Carter, Henry R 164 

Carter, John M 151 

Carter, Ross S 202, 219 

Cary, Raymond J 209, 229 



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Cash, James R 141 

Casler, DeWitt B 40, 1S5, 186, 223 

Cashman, Bender B 200, 229 

Caspari, Charles, Jr 24, 73 

Casparis, Horton R 142 

Cassidy, Patrick Joseph 172, 220 

Cathrall, Friedman H 146 

Cator, George 8 

Caulk, John R 190, 225, 240 

Cave, Henry W 212, 227 

Cecil, Arthur B 200, 219 

Cecil, Howard L 37, 40, 212, 223 

Chace, Eleanor Sarah, 

(Mrs. Edward Herbert) 177, 224 

Chaffee, Burns S 209, 223 

Chambers, Thomas R 39, 202, 223 

Chancellor, P. S 259 

Chapman, Leland S 142 

Chatard, Joseph A.. 27, 38, 79, 182, 223 

Chenoweth, Lawrence B 142, 164 

Cherrington, John S 165 

Chesney, Alan M., 

209, 227, 211, 240, 262, 269 

Chesnutt, James H 194, 219, 240 

Chew, Dr 275 

Chiari, Hans 133 

Chi( kering, H. T 247 

Child, Dorothy 214, 229 

Child, Florence C 200, 229 

Chinn, George E., Jr 182, 231 

Chisolm, J. J 37, 156 

Chittenden, Arthur S 175, 226 

Choate, Joseph L 202, 219 

Christian, Henry A 175, 224, 240 

Christman, Paul W 156, 241, 278 

Christopher, Frederick 217, 227 

Chunn, George D 212, 220 

Church, Franklin H 190, 226 

Chunhman, John W 179, 220, 241 

Cissel, Benjamin M 146 

Clapper, William L 165 

Clark, Alfred H 182, 226 

Clark, Admont H..19, 74, 217, 227, 241 

Clark, E. D 246 

Clark, E. L 241 

Clark, Eliot R 194, 225, 241 

Clark, George A 151 

Clark, Hallie M 151 

Clark, Mildred, 

19, 36, 79, 123, 214, 223, 

241, 261, 269 

Clark, P. G 280, 281 

Clark, Seymour G 156 

Clark, Webster K 200, 224 

Clarke, Helen D., 

(Mrs. E. J. Kempf) 212, 220 

Clarke, Jefferson H., Jr 217, 229 

Clarke, Ralph De B 197, 220 

Clarke, Thomas W 180, 228 

Clausen, S. W 37, 41, 217, 223 

Claypole, E. J 247 

Clough, Harry D 217, 230 

Clough, Paul W., 

14, 36, 79, 107, 118, 194, 223, 241 

Coan, Thomas P 202 

Cobb, Oren H 190, 228 

Coblenz, Richard G 146 

Cody, Claude C, Jr 203, 222, 241 

Coe, John W 172 

Ooffen, T. Homer 190, 229, 241 



PAGE 

Cohen, Jacob 209, 223 

Cohn, Joseph D 205, 230 

Cohn, L. Clarence 142 

Cole, Herbert P 190, 219 

Cole, Rufus 1 173, 227, 241, 244 

Cole, Walter F 200, 228 

Collenberg, Henry T 203, 223 

Collinson, John, Jr 205 

Colston, John A. C 205, 223 

Colwell, Howard S 214, 224 

Comer, Robert T 177, 219 

Conner, Haskett L 203, 222 

Connett, Harry L 200, 226 

Connor, Charles E 214, 230 

Connor, Guy L 177, 225 

Connor, Ray 177, 225 

Conrad, Henry B 156 

Conroy, Frank D 146 

Constantine, Kosciusko W 187, 219 

Cook, Henry W 180, 225, 242 

Cook, Robert J 212, 227 

Cooke, Jean V 197, 219, 242 

Coolahan, Edward V 38, 197, 223 

Coons, Jacob J 180, 229 

Cooper, Ernest 202, 230 

Cornell, William B 41, 182, 223, 242 

Corner, George W....212, 214, 219, 242 

Cort, Edwin C 194, 233 

Costello, Henry N 203, 220 

Coughlin, Frederick A 197, 230, 242 

Coulter, Delia R 142 

Council, Melton D 205, 221 

Coudry, Edmund V 14, 67, 242 

Cowles, Calvin D., Jr 187, 230 

Cox, George W 208, 220 

Coy, George J 34 

Craig, Winchell McK 142 

Crandall, William G 146 

Crawford, Francis R 205, 232 

Crawford, Jennings 200, 222 

Crawford, Rena 217, 227 

Crawford, Robert H 214, 223 

Creighton, Catherine 142 

Crile, G. W 245 

Crispin, Egerton L 190, 225 

Cronk, Fred Y 194, 229, 242 

Cross, Ernest S 190, 230 

Crowe, Samuel J., 

26, 35, 40, 88, 90, 92, 111, 122, 

123, 197, 223, 243, 280 
Cullen, Thomas S., 

23, 36, 96, 97, 122, 123, 242 

Cullen, Victor F 190, 224 

Cumbler, George W 142 

Cummings, William W 156 

Cunningham, Robert L 194, 219, 243 

Cunningham, Robert S. .19, 67, 217, 223 

Gushing, H ' 249, 277, 278 

Cutter, William D 187, 221 

Dabney, Marve Y 209, 219 

Balling, H. C 258 

Dancy, William R 175, 221 

Dandy, Walter Ed., 

16, 36, 87, 109, 203, 223, 236, 243 

Danforth, Murray S 187, 230 

Darrow, Frank 1 156 

Darrow, Kent E 212, 228 

Dascombe, Otho L 187, 224 

Davenport, Howard 1 187, 226 

Davidson, Cline F 194, 231 



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Davidson, Herman P 151 

Davidson, Homer J 187, 231 

Davidson, Leonard T 146 

Davis, Daniel, 

20, 37, 41, 94, 212, 223, 243 
Davis, David M., 

15, 85, 88, 206, 223, 243 

Davis, Edwin G 209, 223 

Davis, Frank C 175, 225 

Davis, Hoagland C 40 

Davis, Isaac 214, 229 

Davis, James E 142 

Davis, John S., 

28, 35, 39, 88, 89, 110, 118, 122, 

173, 223, 243, 253 

Davis, Nancy Morris 128 

Davis, Thomas K 212, 227 

Davis, T. M 240 

Davis, Walter S 171 

Dawson, Percy M 172, 232 

Day, Edgar M 146 

Dav, Gaston 190, 221 

Dayton, Arthur B 74, 217, 223 

Delatour, Beeckman J., 

217, 227, 243, 274, 278 

Delcher, Hazlett A 165 

De Mar, A 280. 281 

Deming, Clinton D 203, 220 

Deming, Edward A 197, 220 

Demmond, Edward C 142 

Denison, Henry S 197 

Denner, William It. S 197, 224 

Denzer, Bernard S 203, 227, 243 

Derby, G. S 276 

Derge, Herman F 197, 231, 243 

Dernehl, Paul H 194, 232, 244 

Derr, Woods F 217, 230 

DeSautelle, William T 206, 230, 244 

Devan, Thomas A 203, 205, 227 

Dewey, Emma G 182, 221 

Dick, G. F 244 

Dick, Gladys R 244 

Dietz, Marjorie 244 

Dignan, Howard H 212, 219 

Dimon, James W 200, 228 

Dinsmore, William W 194, 219 

Disbrow, Harold B 156 

Dochez, Alphonse R..194, 227, 242, 244 

Dodds, Solon A 187, 223 

Dodson, Ralph M 214, 227 

Doege, Karl H 151 

Doherty, Drayton H 217, 219 

Dohme, Gustavus C 180, 223 

Dolley, David H 180, 225, 244 

Donaldson, John C 214, 223 

Dornblaser, Harry B 214, 229 

Donovan, Sylvester E 166 

Dorsey, John L 146 

Doub, Howard P 151 

Dougherty, James B 166 

Dowman, Charles E., Jr... 187, 221, 244 

Downs, Chester A 214, 220 

Drake, George S., Jr 177, 225 

Drinkard, Robert U 197, 231 

Drinker, Cecil K 17, 69, 254 

Du Bray, Ernest S 36, 214, 222 

Ducasse, Edmond F 214, 233 

Dudley, Harlan 182, 229 

Duffv, Ralph 180, 221, 244 

Duffy, Richard N 190, 228, 245 

Duffy, William C...20, 37, 74, 214, 223 



PAGE 

Duke, William W 198, 225, 245 

Dumm, William M 209 

Duncan, Edgar E 142 

Duncan, John B 214, 226 

Dunham, Ethel C 146 

Dunlap, Ralph H 142 

Dunlap, Robert W 194, 232 

Dunlop, John 180, 220 

Dunn, George R 36, 214, 223 

Dunn, James R 142 

Dunn, William M 206, 221 

Dunning, Ralph H 206, 226 

Dunton, William R., Jr.. 27, 41, 98, 245 

Du Pree, Dan H 194, 221 

Dutcher, Adelaide 177, 228 

DuBose, Theodore M., Jr 166 

Duvall, Douglas F 166 

Dwyer, William 212, 220 

Eaton, Avis C 215, 219 

Ebaugh, Franklin G 142 

Ebberts, Harry H 164 

Ebersole, Francis F 190, 222 

Eddy, Dana L 182 

Edgerton, Milton T., Jr.., 209, 22S 

Edlavitch, Baruch M 203, 222, 245 

Edwards, Ralph T 185, 222 

Egdahl, Anfin 185, 232 

Eggers, Augustus H 175, 229 

Ehrlich, Paul 133 

Eidson, Joseph P 156 

Eiman, J 259 

Eliot, Martha M 146 

Ellis, A. W. M 264 

Elkin, Cortlandt W. W 212, 230 

Elliott, John R 200, 220 

Elmendorf, D. F 37, 217, 223 

Elmendorf, John E., Jr 146 

Elting, Arthur W 172, 226 

Emerson, Charles P 173, 222, 245 

Emmert, Max 200, 222, 245 

Emrick, Marion W 215, 229 

Englar, Thomas S 215, 224 

Engle, Ralph L 203, 229 

Epler, Blanch N 173, 225 

Erickson, Reuben J 156 

Erlanger, Joseph 173, 225, 245 

Erving William G 180, 182, 220 

Essick, Charles R 200, 230, 245 

Estes, William L 200, 229, 245 

Etheridge, James A 156 

Evans, Frank A 215, 227 

Evans, Henry C 175, 229 

Evans, Herbert McL 198, 219 

Evans, Philip S., Jr 173, 232 

Eyster, John A. E 187, 232 

Fairbank, Rose, 

(Mrs. Rose Fairbank Beals), 175, 233 

Fairbank, Ruth E 156, 246, 263 

Falconer, E. H 268 

Fallas, R. E 37, 40, 217, 223 

Fansler, Walter A 215, 225 

Paris, Clifton M 187, 219 

Farrall, Hortensia A 146 

Farrar, Clarence B 175, 226 

Faust, Otto A 217, 230 

Fayerweather, Roades, 

29, 40, 88, 91, 182, 223 

Fear, Raymond D 151 

Fechtig, Allen G 215, 227 



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Felton, Lloyd D 157 

Fenton, Horace B 203, 229 

Ferenbaugh, Thomas L 200, 219 

Fergusson, James G 215, 233 

Ferry, Newell S 180, 225 

Fielder, Roy L 157 

Finney, John M. T., Jr 142 

Finney, John M., 

21, 34, 35, 87, 89, 118, 120, 121, 246 

Finney, Thomas S 142 

Finnev, William P., Jr 157 

Fischer, John S 182, 223 

Fishbaugh, Ernest C 212, 219 

Fisher, Arthur 200, 225, 246 

Fisher, Arthur L 175, 219 

Fisher, Homer G 142 

Fisher, M. B 265 

Fisher, Roland F 209, 225 

Fisher, William A., 

29, 39, 88, 89, 175, 223 

Flack, Roswell E 212, 228, 246 

Flanigen, Ruth 142 

Flanagan, James T 198, 226 

Fleming, LeRov N 215, 223 

Fleming, Mary R 209, 233 

Fletcher, Howard 175, 231 

Fletcher, H. Quigg 200, 230 

Flexner, Morris 215, 225 

Fligman, Louis H 166 

Flint, Joseph M 176, 220, 246 

Flowers, Earl N 142 

Foley, Frederick E. B 146 

Follis, Richard H., 

25, 35, 39, 88, 89, 109, 173, 223 

Foote, Ovid C 209, 229 

Ford, Frederick R 187, 228 

Ford, William W., 

12, 33, 74, 101, 172, 173, 

223, 246, 257 

Foster, Nellis B 180, 227, 246 

Fowle, Hubert W . 152 

Fowler, Harry A 177, 220 

Francis, E 249 

Francis, William W 180, 232 

Frankenthal, Maurice A 180, 225 

Franklin, David 166 

Frantz, Winter R 209, 227 

Frazee, Mary L 215, 228 

Treeman, Allen W...187, 231, 247, 273 

Freeman, Elmer B 39 

Fricke, Willa M 209, 225 

Fried, Hiram 38, 206, 223 

Friedenwald, J 234 

Friedman, J. C 274 

Frishman, Morris 152 

Frontz, William A., 

20, 37, 40, 88, 206, 223 

Fron, Jame3 R 198, 221 

Fry, Eleanora 164 

Fuerbringer, Ralph 198, 225 

Fuller, Lawrence S 147 

Fuller, Robert G 157 

Fullerton, William D 206, 228, 247 

Fulton, Frank T 173, 230, 247 

Futcher, Thomas B., 

23, 35, 38, 79, 107, 122, 247 

Gaenslen, Frederick J 183, 232, 247 

Gager, Leslie T 147 

Gailey, Herman A 152 

Gaines, Karl 147 



PAGB 

Gaines, Lewis McF 183, 221, 247 

(blither, Ernest H 39, 239 

Gallagher, Hiram 206, 219 

Gallagher, James D 173 

Gamble, Thomas 162 

Gamble, James L 17, 41, 93 

Oammon, Julian E 209, 221, 247 

Gardner, E. Roy 166 

Gardner, Harold B 215, 230 

Garrett, Mary E 132 

Gurrey, W. E 245 

Garwood, Harold G 185, 220 

Gasser, Herbert S 217, 232 

Gatch, Willis D 194, 222 

Gately, J. Edward 40 

Gates, Frederick L 212, 227 

Gav, Frederick P 178, 219, 247 

Gay, Leslie N 152 

Gentry, Ernest R 201, 221 

Geraghty, John T., 

24, 35, 39, 42, 88, 90, 122, 123, 

183, 184, 223, 248, 252 

George, Helen B 143 

Gerdine, Linton 212, 219 

Germann, Hildegarde C 147 

Getz, Lawrence 147 

Ghormley, Ralph K 147 

Gibbes, James H 209, 230, 248 

Giffin, Herbert Z 185, 225, 248 

Giffin, R. B 249 

Gilbert, George B 196, 220, 248, 252 

Gilcreest, Edgar L 203, 231, 248 

Gilchrist, Thomas C., 

22, 36, 40, 100, 111, 122, 

123, 248, 256 

Gill, Hugh C. F 157 

Gilland, Thomas H 206, 229 

Gillis, Andrew C 38 

Gills, William L 209, 220 

Gilman, Philip K 187, 230 

Ginsberg, Hyman 203, 221 

Girdwood, Ethel M., 

(Mrs. George Pierce) 201, 223 

Girdwood, John 38 

von Glahn, William 217, 220 

Glass, Frederick A 209, 228 

Glass, Samuel J., Jr. 217, 223 

Glenn, John, Jr 8 

Glenn, John M 8 

Glennv, W. Harry 180, 226 

Gober, William M 217, 226 

Goddard, Calvin H., 

20, 36, 38, 79, 217, 223, 249 
Goetsch, Emil, 

15, 35, 87, 89, 201, 223, 249 

Ooldbach, Leo J 31, 39, 99, 249 

Goldberg, Harry 38 

Goldman, Irma 152 

Goldsberry, Blaine R 147 

Goldsborough, Francis C..183, 226, 249 

Goldschmidt, Samuel 17, 74 

Goodnow, Frank J 9, 33 

Goodpasture, Ernest W 209, 224, 249 

Gordon, John B 166 

Gore, Michael A 147 

Gorham, Lemuel W 203, 226 

Gorton, William S 36 

Graber, Henry 194, 230 

Grafflin, William H 8 

Graham, Clarence F 212, 230, 249 

Graham, Neil D 178, 220 



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Grant, Ernest 222, 249 

Grant, Justin F 183, 206, 224 

Grave, Floyd 215, 225 

Gray, Eugene P 190, 228 

Gray, Herbert L 190, 227 

Gray, Watson W 143 

Green, John S., Jr 147, 231 

Greenbaum, Henry S 185, 223 

Greenberg, Jacob P 143 

Greene, Inslee B 194 

Greenwood, Adolphus B 157 

Grempler, Walter E 157 

Grey, Ernest G 206, 224, 249, 272 

Grier, Sarah M., 

(Mrs. C. B. Lesher) 187, 232 

Griffin, Archie 164 

Griffith, Franklin W 190, 228 

Giiffith, Harry LaV 147 

Griffith, Lewie M 32, 88, 217, 223 

Griffith, Roy 217, 220 

Grimes, William L 203, 228 

Grimm, Randolph M 198, 230, 249 

Griswold, Arthur H 190, 220 

Griswold, B. Howell, Jr 8 

Groover, Gordon L., Jr 152 

Gross, Elmer C 206, 231 

Grove, Austin M 166 

Grove, William E 198, 232, 249 

Gundrum, Frederick F 198, 219, 249 

Guthrie, Clyde G., 

14, 36, 79, 194, 197, 223 
Guy, Ruth A 152 

Haas, Sylvan L 198, 219, 250 

Habich, Carl 166 

Haden, R. L 37, 217, 223 

Haessler, Ferdinand H 157 

Hagan, Herbert H 212, 225 

Hagan, Hugh J 215, 231 

Hahn, Milton 195, 220 

Hain, Ravmond F 215, 223 

Hale, Edith, 

(Mrs. W. B. Swift) 187, 224 

Hall, Crowell C, Jr 203, 222 

Hall, Francis J 188 

Hall, Gardner W 178, 224 

Hall, Raymond C 215, 227 

Hall, Roscoe W. .20, 37, 41, 97, 209, 223 

Haller, Julius T 188, 222 

Hallock, David H 157 

Halsted, William S„ 

9, 33, 34, 35, 37, 87, 89, 121, 

122, 123, 250 
Hamburger, Louis P., 

25, 38, 79, 122, 171, 172, 223 

Hammack, Roy W 206, 230 

Hamman, Howard H 157 

Hamman, Louis V., 

24, 35, 38, 79, 107, 121, 178, 179, 

223, 234, 250 

Hampton, Henry H 215, 223 

Handy, Margaret 1 157 

Hanes, Frederic M 198, 225, 250 

Hannon, Robert R 143 

Hanrahan, Edward M., Jr 143 

Hanson, Henry 198, 221, 250 

Happ, William M 217, 223 

Hardy, Clarence F 180, 232 

Hardy, George E. W., Jr 152 

Harlan, Henry D 8 

Harmon, Charles M 157 



Harrall, Bryant E 215, 231 

Harris, John W 157 

Harris, Henry 173, 219 

Harrison Aleck P 195, 222 

Harrison, Paul W 198, 232 

Harrop, George A 157 

Harsh, Enoch H 164 

Hart, William E 201, 230 

Hartman, Clifford C 206, 230 

Hartman, Frank W 152 

Hartman, George W 196, 219, 250 

Hartsook, Frank McC 143 

Harvey, Thomas W., Jr 201, 226 

Harwood, Garland M 147 

Haskell, Louis W., Jr 183, 230 

Hastings, Thomas W 172, 227 

Hastreiter, Rolland F 178, 219 

Hathaway, Joseph H 178, 225, 250 

Haupt, Walter C 215, 227 

Havens, L. C 248 

Haviland, Morrison LeR 180, 226 

Hawkins, William H 206, 222 

Havnes, Mabel S., 

(Mrs. Rudolph Leick) 180, 232 

Hazen, Henry H 190, 220, 250 

Hazlehurst, Franklin, Jr., 

31, 40, 88, 91, 111, 122, 195, 223 

Healy, William P 176, 227, 251 

Heddens, Vernon O 217, 223 

liegeman, Runkle F 203, 226 

Heise, F. H 238 

Heldt, Thomas J 157 

Hellenbrand, Ralph W 195, 227 

Hellweg, Elizabeth S 195, 227 

Hemenway, Josephine, 

(Mrs. T. H. Kenyon) 185, 227 

Helmholz, Henry F 190, 221, 251 

Hempsted, Helen 188, 228 

Henderson, D. K 112, 251 

Henderson, Y 245 

Hendrickson, William F 176 

Hendry, Ernest S 206, 220 

Hennington, Charles W 191, 227, 251 

Henry, George W 157 

Henry, Gladys R 195, 221 

Henson, Edward N 143 

Hepburn, Thomas N 188, 220 

Herlinger, Ralph D 143 

Herman, Nathan B 147 

Herod, Philip F 166 

Herpel, Frederick K 157 

Herrick, Alfred B 172, 229 

Herrinton, Minerva 191, 229 

Herter, Christian A 133 

Hesser, Frederick F 166 

Hetfield, William B 206, 220 

Heuer, George J., 

14, 35, 87, 89, 109, 118, 195, 223 

Hewitt, Joseph H 191, 228, 251 

Hewlett, Albion W 176, 225, 251 

Heymann, Isaac P 212, 226 

HiV ks, El-ah M., Jr 157 

Higgins, Harold L 20, 93, 145 

Higgins, Reuben P 188, 226, 251 

Hisgins, William H 198, 231, 252 

Hill, Eben C 195, 227 

Hill, L. W 271 

Hill, Miner C 198, 227 

Hiller, Alma 20, 36, 79 

Hillman, Rolfe L 147 

Hincher, Charles L 195, 227 



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Hinman, Frank 191, 219, 248, 252 

Hinton, Charles C 212, 221 

Hirschfelder, Arthur D 183, 225 

Hirschnian, Isadore L 38 

Hirshberg, Leonard K 180, 223 

Hitzrot, James M 178, 227, 252 

Hobbs, Royal L 147 

Hobelman, Frederick W. .32, 39, 88, 110 
Hodge, Mary A., 

32, 38, 80, 107, 215 223 

Hoffman, Robert V 152 

Hoffmeier, Frank N 1G6 

Hohman, Leslie B 152 

Holden, Gerry R 178, 221, 252 

Hollyday, Lamar 42 

Holmes, Champneys H 143 

Hulmes, James B 41, 209, 223, 252 

Holmes, Walter R 37, 212, 223 

Holtz, Paul R 143 

Homer, Harry L 39 

Hood, Robert C 157 

Hooker, Donald R., 

12, 69, 188, 223, 252, 263 

Hooper, Charles W 215, 219 

Hoover, Benj. A 166 

Hoover, C. F 247 

Hopkins, Joseph G 195, 227, 252 

Hopkins, Ross 183, 225 

Horrax, Gilbert i 212, 224, 253 

Hoist, Carl H 180, 225 

Houc k, Frank M 217, 220 

Houghton, Henry S 188, 232 

Houseal, Robert W 147 

Howard, Lee 212, 221 

Howard, Sarah E 152 

Howard, W. T 251 

Howell, William H...10, 33, 34, 69, 253 
Howland, John, 

11, 33, 34, 35, 37, 42, 92, 

122 253 261 

Howell, Mrs. William H '.....' 132 

Hoye, Henry J 173, 230 

Hubbard, Lois 143 

Hubert, Anna 206, 227 

Huck, John G 147 

Huddleson, James H., Jr 212, 227 

Hudson, William R 206, 231 

Hughson, Walter 147 

Huiskamp, John E 147 

Huffman, Lvman F 215, 229 

Hume, Edgar E 212, 232 

Hume, Edward H 178, 232 

Hundley, Jack M 158 

Hunner, Guy LeR., 

25, 36, 96, 111, 112, 123, 

171 223 253 

Hunnicutt, John A. ...206, 22l', 243' 253 

Hunt, Barbara 206, 222 

Hunt, Josephine D 191, 222 

Hurd, Henrv M 8, 12, 33, 34, 253 

Hurdon, Elizabeth 26, 90, 97, 123 

Hurwitz, Samuel H 210, 220, 254 

Hussey, Cyril C 143 

Hussey, Raymond G 38 

Hutchins, Amos F 212, 228 

Hutchins, Elliott H 39, 191, 223 

Hutchins, Henry T 183, 224, 254 

Hutchison, James E 215, 220 

Huyler, Washington C 143 

Hyman, Solomon 180, 220 



PAGE 

Tglehart, Nathan E. B 27, 88 

Ingraham, Clarence B., Jr., 

191, 220, 254 

Ingraham, Ruth 215, 226 

Irwin, Stewart V 37, 217, 223 

Iseman, Lawrence L 191, 221 

Ives, George 206, 225, 254 

Jack, William D 215, 223 

.lackson, Waddie P 152 

Jac obs, Henry B 8 

Jacobs, Louis L 152 

Jacobson, Conrad 206, 224 

Janeway, Theodore C, 

11, 33, 34, 35, 37, 79, 118, 119, 

121, 122, 123, 254 

Janeway, Mrs. Theodore 132 

Janney, John H., Jr., 

152, 254, 273, 279 

Jarvis, Henry G 203, 220 

Jeans, Philip C 201, 225, 254 

Jeidell, Helmina 210, 232 

Jelliffe, S. E 257 

Jelke, William F 180, 228 

Jelks, Edward 213, 221 

Jencks, Francis M 8 

Jenison, Nancy B 206, 227 

Jenks, Mildred 15S 

Johann, Albert E 203, 225 

Johnson, Svlvia L 147 

Johnson, Robert W., Jr 152 

Johnston, Harriet L 136 

Johnston, Robert A 143 

Johnston, William B 178 

Jones, A. P 236 

Jones, Clement L 183, 229 

Jones, F. S 268 

Jones, Thomas M 181, 222 

Jones, Walter 10, 33, 71, 255, 268 

Jones, Walter F 215, 227 

Jordan, Carl F 147 

Josephs, Hugh W 143 

Joseph, Morris 217, 229, 255 

Joslin, Charles L 164 

Judd, Charles C. W 207, 223, 255 

Kahn, Randolph M. 39 

Karsted, Alfred 181, 225 

Kaufman, Harry M 178, 221 

Keay, Elizabeth 166 

Kcidel, Albert, 

29, 79, 108, 122, 123, 183, 223 

Keister, William S 215, 231 

Ktith, Norman M., 

18, 36, 79, 123, 207, 223, 

255, 266, 272 

Kellam, William F 191, 231 

Kelley, Eugene R 191, 224, 255 

Kelley, Herbert L 195, 221 

Kellogg, William C 176, 221 

Kellogg, William R. M 185 

Kelly, Claude C 215, 226 

Kellv, Howard A., 

9, 33, 34, 35, 37, 96, 122, 

123, 239, 255 

Kelly, Mrs. Howard A 132 

Kemler, Joseph J 38 

K etc ham, Clarence S 215, 223 

Ketron, Lloyd W., 

31, 40, 100, 207, 223, 248, 256 



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PAGE 

Ketzky, Joseph 152 

Keyser, Linwood D 148 

Keyser, R. Brent 8 

Keyser, Tedrow S 207, 227 

Kieffer, Richard F 213, 223 

Killeen, Thomas G 166 

Kimball, Arthur H 181, 221 

Kindell, Frank B 143 

King, John H., 

28, 39, 79, 191, 223, 256 

King, John T., Jr 36, 215, 216, 223 

King, Merle W 153 

Kingsbury, Mary B 191, 230 

Kingsley, Charles R 201, 226 

Kinnaman, Howard A 143 

Kinne, Arthur L 158 

Kinsey, Oliver, Jr 207 

Kissling, Arthur C 207, 232 

Kite, Joseph H 148 

Kline, Benjamin S., 

207, 227, 256, 279, 280 

Knott, Howard J 207, 231 

Knox, James H. M., Jr., 

26, 41, 93, 122, 172, 223, 246, 257 

Koch, John C 153 

Kocher, Rudolph A 210, 220 

Kohn, Lewis W 

Kolls, Alfred C 153, 258 

Kolmer, George A. L 213, 231 

Koontz, Amos R 148 

Kossel, Albrecht 133 

Krake, Leigh S 215 

Kraus, Walter M 213, 227, 257 

Krause, Allen K 195, 227 

Krechting, Wilhelm E. H 191, 221 

Kristjanson, H. T 239, 281 

Krumrein, Louis F 148 

Kunkel, William M 143 

Kyes, Preston 176, 221 

Ladd, Louis W 173, 228 

Lambert, R. A 259 

LaMont, Charles A 198, 228, 257 

Lamson, Theodore 178, 231 

Lamson, Paul D 14„ 73, 118, 257 

Landis, William A '. . 143 

Landois, F 267 

Lane, Clifford M 148 

Lange, Linda B 207, 223, 257, 269 

Langfeld, Millard 172, 226 

Langnecker, Harry L 191, 224 

Lankford, Henry M 188, 224 

Lamed, Charles W 28, 38, 79 

Laubach, Charles A 16, 74, 213, 223 

Lavinder, C. H 249 

Law, Sallie P., 

(Mrs. Alexius McGlannan) . .195, 223 

Lawrence, Joseph S 158 

Lawson, George B 188, 231 

Lazenby, Maurice 183, 223 

Leaper, Warren E 207, 231 

Lebus, Leona 176 

LeCron, Wilbur L 198, 232, 257 

Ledbetter, Samuel L., Jr 203, 219 

Lee, Andre E 191, 232 

Lee, Kenelm J 185, 225 

Lehr, Louis C 181, 221 

Lena, Hugh F 158 

L'Engle, Edward McC 181, 221 

Lentz, Carlisle S 148 



Leonard, Veader N., 

IS, 37, 40, 96, 111, 112, 

123, 207, 223 
Leopold, Eugene J., 

30, 38, 39, 80, 188, 223 

Lester, Frederick W 166 

Levering, Eugene 8 

Levy, Charles S 148 

Levy, L. H 274 

Levy, Robert L., 

18, 36, 79, 213, 223, 257, 261, 269 

Lewis, Dwight M 178, 220 

Lewis, D. Stlater 17, 36, 79 

Lewis, Joseph S 191, 226 

Lewis, R. M 256, 258 

Lewis, Thomas 133 

Lewis, Warren H., 

11, 67, 176, 177, 223, 258 

Liberies, Lucille 144 

Licht, William H 207, 220 

Lieb, Hans 24, 73 

Lieberknecht, Ferdinand C 144 

Light, Gertrude Underhill 172, 227 

Lincoln, Asa L 158 

Lincoln, Jennings S 148 

Lindeman, Edward E 198, 227, 258 

Linden, Harry 158 

Lindsay, Janvier W 198, 221 

Linthicum, Frederick H . . . 153 

Linton, Edwin S 148 

Lisser, Hans 207, 220, 258 

Litchfield, George V., Jr 181, 231 

Little, Charles S 174 

Little, Harry W 176, 222 

Loevenhart, Arthur S 183, 232 

Long, Henry D 183, 227 

Long, Ira C 148 

Long, John G 158 

Long, Margaret 183, 220 

Long, Van McK 166 

Longcope, Warfield T 178, 227, 258 

Looper, Edward A 39 

Lootz, Emma, 

(Mrs. W. G. Erving) 181, 221 

Loos, Henry H 210, 223 

Lord, Jere W 22, 36, 40, 100, 122 

Lorenz, W. F 249 

Lough, Walter G 210, 227 

Love, John M % 185, 231, 258 

Lovett, Irving K 158 

Lowell, Ellen L., 

(Mrs. A. D. Stevens) 176, 221 

Lowsley, Oswald S 210, 227, 258 

Luckett, Coen L 153 

Ludlum, Seymour DeW 181, 229, 258 

Luetscher, John A., 

26, 38, 79, 174, 223, 258 

Lumsden, L. L 247, 273 

Lupton, Edward J. S 183, 219 

Lupton, Frank A 174 

Luten, Drew W 207, 225 

Lyle, Annie Galloway 181, 220 

L\man, John C 213, 223 

Lynch, Frank W 174, 220, 259 

Lynch, Leo A 183, 226 

Lyon, Bethuel B. V 195, 229, 259 

Lyon, Irving P 171, 226, 259 

McAlilev, Robert G 208, 227 

McAllister, Harvey R 210, 231 

McBryde, Charles N 171, 221 



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PAGE 

McCann, James A 199, 230 

McGill, Caroline 

McCafferty, Lawrence K 158 

McCartney, James S., Jr 153 

McCarthy, Charles L 158 

McClure, Roy D., 

15, 36, 87, 109, 110, 199, 223 

McClure, William B 210, 221, 259 

McCord, Clara L 164 

McCown, Albert S 148 

McCullough, Hugh 210, 225 

McDonald, Archibald L....188, 225, 260 

McDonnell, Patrick J 199, 229 

McFarland, John S 181, 226 

McFee, William F 148 

McGauley, Frederick F 153 

McGaw, George K 8 

McGill, Caroline 215, 225, 260 

McGouldrkk, Ernest C 185 

Mc Guire, Patrick F 158 

Mclntire, Annette M 166 

Mcintosh, William 144 

McKee, William C 213, 219 

McKinlev, David H 167 

McLaughlin, Perry W 195, 229 

McLean, McDugald K 217, 223 

McLean, F. C 271 

McMeen, Claude V 153 

McNanev, Edward T 144 

McNeil,' Herbert L 207, 231, 260 

MeNeal, Mobley D 153 

McVay, James R 217, 228 

Maas," Edith H 158 

Msas, Monroe A 207, 219 

MacCallum, John B 176 

MacCallum, William G 171, 227, 259 

MacCarty, William C 185, 225 

MacCurdy, John T 207, 227, 259 

Macgowan, Birkhead 144 

MacGregor, George M 181, 231 

MacRae, Floyd W., Jr 217, 228 

Macht, David I., 

29, 38, 73, 79, 191, 223, 260 

Macklin, Charles C 16, 67, 260 

Macomber, S 255 

Maddren, William H 178, 226 

Madison, James D 172, 232 

Miicee, Chester L 174, 219 

Major, Ralph H 203, 222, 260 

Major, Richard S 158 

Makel, Hertel P 217, 223 

Mall, Franklin P 10, 33, 34, 67, 261 

Malone, Edward F 195, 228, 261 

Manko, Emanuel 167 

Mann, Baldwin 201, 226 

Mann, Hubert M 153 

Manning, William S 183, 221 

Mamvaring, Wilfred H 185, 220 

Marburg, Theodore 8 

Marburg, William A 8 

Marine, Darid 188, 228, 261 

Marriott, Williams McK., 

14, 35, 40, 93, 253, 257, 261, 269 

Marsden, George 191, 224 

Marshall, Eli K., Jr., 

13, 73, 153, 234, 240, 241, 261, 269 

Marshall, Harrv T 172, 231, 262 

Marshall, Herman W 185, 224, 262 

Marshall, Samuel A 181, 226 

Marshall, Watson 183, 230 

Martelle, Henry A 188, 220 



PAGE 

Martin, Floyd A 215, 225 

Martin, Walter B 158, 262 

Martindale, Joseph W 148 

Martzloff, Karl H 153 

Marvel, Norman C 215, 227 

Marvell, Mary W 176, 224 

Masenheimer, Harry W 198, 228 

Mason, Enoch M 191, 219 

Mason, Cleon C 144 

Mason, Verne R 37, 217, 223 

Matteer, John G 148 

Mattice, Albert F 203, 231, 262 

Mauck, H. Page 20, 37, 40, 88, 91 

Maxcv, Kenneth F 37, 41, 217, 223 

May, Charles H 199, 230 

Maver, William F 148 

Mayo, Robert W. B., 

30, 38, 79, 199, 223 

Meader, Fred M 201, 226 

Meekins, Gilbert E 148 

Meisenhelder, Edmund W 181, 230 

Meisenhelder, John E 229 

Melen, David R 217, 227 

Meloy, Carl R 192, 225 

Meltzer, Clara, 

(Mrs. John Auer) 176, 226 

Meltzer, S. J 234, 245 

Menagh, Frank R 148 

Merriam, Charles G 207, 231 

Merritt, Katharine K 153 

Meyer, Adolf, 

11, 33, 34, 35, 37, 42, 97, 

122, 123, 262 

Meyer, Mrs. Adolph 132 

Meyer, Arthur W 188, 219, 263 

Meyer, Hans H 133 

Meyer, Jerome 215, 221 

Michael, Edith S 148 

Michael, William H 213, 229 

Michaelson, Randolph A 39 

Mickler, Joseph 164 

Micklethwaite, Gilbert R 153 

Millea, William L., 

16, 37, 41, 94, 210, 223 

Miller, Edgar A 210, 229 

Miller, Frederick A. 153 

Miller, Hugh M 167 

Miller, James R 207, 220 

Miller, Knox E 210, 221 

Miller, Milo K 158 

Miller, Robert T., Jr 183, 230, 263 

Miller, Sydney R., 

30, 79, 112, 123, 203, 223, 246 

Mills, Charles W 199, 226, 263 

Mills, James J 42, 99, 121 

Mills, Nathaniel 210, 226 

Minot, George R 263 

Minsk, Louis D 213, 223 

Misamore, Edward W 167 

Mitchell, James F 171, 221, 263 

Mitchell, William T 158 

Mitchener, James S 217, 228 

Moise, Theodore S., Jr 153 

Monfort, John M 144 

Monroe, Dana E 203, 227 

Montgomery, John C 148 

Moore, Chalmers H 213, 219 

Moore, Elizabeth S., 

(Mrs. G. L. McKinney) 178, 229 

Moore, Hugh M 174, 229 

Moore, Joseph E 158 



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Moore, Robert E 192 

Moore, Thomas V 217, 221 

Morgan, Ernest L 208, 220 

Morgan, Harold S 217, 227 

Morgan, Lorenzo S 185, 232 

Monson, Ruius A 217, 232, 252, 263 

Morrill, E. Franc 164 

Morrill, Warren P 199, 225 

Morris, Raymond B 204, 227 

Morrison, Angus W 204, 225 

Morrison, James F 1S5, 226 

Morriss, William H 210, 232 

Morse, Arthur H 192, 220, 264 

Morse, Douglas H 204, 219 

Morse, Mary E 184, 224 

Morton, John J., Jr.. 213, 227, 264, 265 
Mosenthal, Herman O., 

13, 35, 39, 79, 108, 118, 

120, 122, 264 

Mosher, Clelia D 176, 219, 264 

Mosiman, Roscoe E 215, 223 

Moss, Philip B 201, 219 

Moss, William L 188, 226, 264 

Moulton, Willis B 184, 222, 264 

Moyle, Robert D 216, 232 

Mulligan, E. W 251 

Mullin, John H 158 

Muller, Henry R 18, 67 

Mumford, Eugene B 188, 222 

Munn, Aristine P 213, 227 

JVlurchison, David R 159 

Murdoch, Agnes G 192, 232 

Murphy, F. T 238 

Murphy, James B 201, 227, 264, 269 

Murray, Doris A 144 

Murray, John G., Jr 37, 41, 217, 223 

Musselman, Luther K 144 

Musser, Harvey H 37, 218, 223 

Myriek, Hannah G 176, 224 

Nachlas, Israel W 149 

East, Marie E 192, 228 

>eagle, Harry B 184, 226 

Keel, J. C Ill, 204, 220 

Neill, William, Jr 210, 223, 265 

Nelson, Norman O 185, 232 

Nesbit, William E 213, 223 

Newburgh, L. H 263 

Newcomb, William B 204, 231 

Newcomer, Harry S 218, 229 

Newkirk, Merle C 213, 228 

Newman, Harold H 213, 228, 265 

Key, Grover C 199, 223 

Nichols, Firmadge K 204, 223 

Nichols, Joseph L 171, 227 

Nichols, Ralph W 210, 220 

Nicholson, Hubert M 153 

Nicholson, Norman C 144 

Nicholson, Samuel T., Jr.. 204, 227, 265 

Nightingale, Florence 254 

Nixon, Patrick 1 201, 231, 265 

Nobel, E 260 

Noble, William D 149 

Norton, Willey H 204, 229, 254 

Novak, Edward 153 

Novak, Emil 30, 96 

Nuttall, George F 133 

O'Brien, Joseph G., Jr 144 

Ocshner, Henry W 181 

O'Donnell, James A 207, 223 



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Ogburn, Herbert H 213, 228 

Oliver, Edward S 176 

Olmstead, William H 213, 225 

Opie, Eugene L 171, 225, 265 

Oppenheimer, Ella 149 

Oppenheimer, James H 199, 229 

Diehard, Norris G 195, 227 

Ormond, Alexander T., Jr 144 

Ormond, John K 216, 223 

Orr, Thomas G 204, 225 

Ortschild, John F 192, 229 

Osier, William 11, 265 

Ottley, Charles W 174 

Owens, Fred T 195, 228 

Owsley, Paul 174, 221 



Packard, Mary S 171, 

Palmer, Charles B 195, 

Pancoast, Omar B., 

29, 39, 88, 89, 171, 

Pardee, Katharine 

Park, Edwards A 13, 35, 41, 93, 

Parker, Henry P 178, 

Parsons, Charles E 

Parsons, William T 195, 

Partridge, Carroll D 196, 

Paschal, Frank L 213, 

Patek, Robert 192, 

Paul, John R 

Pauli, William 195, 

Paullin, James E., Jr 188, 

Paxman, Dalton G 

Payne, Louis E., Jr 

Pearce, Louise 210, 227, 

Peek, Leon A 

Peightal, Thomas C 218, 

Peirce, G 255, 

Pels, Isaac R., 

31, 40, 100, 111, 192, 223, 

Pelton, Charles H 210, 

Penrose, Clement A 171, 223, 

Perkins, Ralph S 207, 

Perkins, Roger G 172, 228, 

Perry, W'illiam H 

Pessagno, Eugene L 195, 

Petroff, S. A 

Pfeiffer, Damon B 192, 

Plitsch, Alfred, Jr r 

Phipps, Henry 8, 

Phythyon, Daniel 

Pierce, George 17, 35, 88, 195, 

Pierson, J. William 

Pincoffs, Maurice C, Jr 210, 

riaggemeyer, Harry W....195, 225, 
Plass, Everett D., 

16, 36, 94, 112, 207, 223, 

Piatt, Anna 

Player, Lionel P 

Pleasants, Jacob H..27, 38, 79, 174, 

Plumer, John S 216, 

Polan, Lake 

Porter, Clarence C 

Porter, Frank G 200, 

Porter, Katharine 172, 

Post, Lawrence T 213, 

Post, Martin H., Jr 210, 

Poston, Harry P 

Potter, Caryl A 207, 225, 

Powers, Grover F 37, 41, 213, 

Pratt, Jean P 204, 

Pratt, Joseph H 173, 224, 



230 
219 

223 

149 
109 
220 
144 
221 
225 
227 
220 
144 
228 
221 
144 
153 
266 
167 
227 



266 
225 
266 
226 
266 
167 
223 
238 
229 
159 
133 
149 
223 
36 
223 
266 

266 
144 
167 
223 
230 
167 
149 
223 
226 
223 
225 
164 
267 
223 
220 
267 



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PAGE 

Preble, Paul 195, 228, 267 

Preston, George H 37, 41, 218, 223 

Preston, Robert S 199, 231, 207 

Pretz, George it 201, 229 

Prince, A. L 235 

Pritthett, Charles B 159 

Proutv, Ira H 207, 224 

Prvor*, J. C 246 

Pult'ord, DeLos S 154 

Pureel, Robert E 144 

Purdy, Anne P 144 

Putnam, Mary 218, 227 

Putts, Benjamin S 192, 229 

Quinby, William C 36 

Rainforth, Selden 1 184, 227 

Ramage, Chesney M 204, 231 

Ramsdell, Susan G 164 

Rand, Carl W 210, 221 

Rand, P. K 239 

Rand, Richard F 176, 220 

Randall, Alexander 196, 229, 267 

Randall, Blanc hard 8 

Randolph, James H 185, 221 

Randolph, Robert L., 

23, 36, 39, 99, 122, 267 

Raney, M. Llewellyn 34 

Rankin, John P 149 

Ransom, Clarence A 149 

Rav, Daniel P 196, 229 

RaV, Frederick S 199, 219 

Rav, Lilian Emeline. , 199, 219 

Rea, Charles 167 

Rea, Ralph R 192, 219 

Reber, Ralph L 154 

Reddish, William D 213, 230 

Redelings, L. H 225 

Redewill, Francis H 192, 219 

Redfern, Thomas C 159 

Redus, William D 167 

Reed, Dorothy M., 

(Mrs. Charles E. Mendenhall) 

176, 232 

Reed, Edward H 181, 221 

Reed, Jewett V 185, 222 

Reese, Elizabeth M 149 

Reese, Sidney O., Jr 159 

Rehberger, George E 188, 232 

Rei< hard, John D 216, 223 

Reichard, Leslie H 216 

Reid, Charles D., Jr 210, 227 

Reid, Horace W 159 

Reid, Mont R., 

17, 36, 87, 110, 210, 223, 267, 273 

Reinhard, Ferdinand O. W 216, 233 

Reinhoff, William F 144 

Remsen, Charles M 186, 221, 267 

Reynolds, Harold 1 210, 221 

Reynolds, Lawrenc e 159 

Redelings, Leslie H 216 

Rhea, Lawrence J 189, 232, 268 

Rhodes, Clarence A 196, 221 

Rhodes, George K 37, 218, 223 

Rhodes, Robert L 204, 231, 268 

Rice, John L 154 

Rich, Arnold 144 

Ri( h, Lvle B 149 

Richards, A. E 255, 268 

Richards, Charles W. V 149 

Richards, Davis N 218, 232 



PAGE 

Richards, Esther L 37, 218, 223 

Richardson, Edward H., 

26, 36, 40, 42, 96, 111, 112, 

123, 188, 189, 223 

Richardson, Maurice L 213, 22S 

Richter, Ina M 149 

Wicker, William G 186, 231 

Ricksher, Charles 188, 221, 268 

Ridges, Alfred J., Jr 199, 231 

Uidgway, Richard F. L 192, 229* 

Riebel, John A 167 

Riggins, Edwin N 181, 226 

Riggin, 111 C 154 

Riggs, Theodore F 184, 230 

Riley, Benjamin F 184, 221 

Riley, Charles W 196, 223 

Rinde, Hamilton 199, 220 

Rindlaub, Martin P., Jr 188, 228 

Rivers, Thomas M 37, 218, 223 

Roberts, Francis E 159 

Robinson, Aaron 216, 223 

Robinson, George C 184, 225, 26a 

Robinson, Harry H 204, 231 

Robinson, Harry M 40 

Robinson, James L 199, 230 

Rockwood, Ethel M 216, 224 

Rogers, Carey P 181, 221 

Rogers, Walter B 204, 228 

Rohde, Alice 18, 73, 204, 223, 268 

Rohde, Max S 210, 227 

Rosen, Robert 149 

Rosencrantz, Esther 186, 220 

Rosenfeld, Arthur S 208, 229 

Rosenfeld, James W 204, 229 

Rosenheim, Sylvan 174, 223 

Rosenthal, Gilbert W 37, 218, 223 

Ross, Mary Jane 196, 226 

Rote, Frank C 167 

Rothholz, Alma S 21, 88, 216, 223 

Rothschild, Lippman L. .37, 41, 218, 223 

Rouiller, Charles A 19, 73 

Rous, Francis P., 

188, 227, 257, 264, 268, 275- 
Rowntree, Leonard G., 

13, 35, 79, 121, 234, 240, 241, 

257, 261, 262, 269 

Rubel, Maurice J 178, 221 

Rucker, Augusta 208, 227 

Rue ker, Marvin P 184, 231 

Ruddy, James P. H 167 

Rv.rah, John ; 42 

Rush, Glanville Y 269 

Rushing, Emmet 149 

Rushmore, Stephen 181, 224 

Rusk, Glanville Y 176, 219 

Russ, Henry C 192, 220 

Russell, William W 23, 36, 96 

Rvnd, Charles E 208, 226 

Rytina, A. G 255 

Sabin, Florence R., 

12, 33, 67, 176, 223, 269 

Sachs, Ernest 186, 225 

Sachs, Louis 149 

Sacks, Benjamin 145 

Saito, Tamas 164 

Salter, John C 178, 225 

Salstien, Harry 216, 227 

Sampson, John A 174, 226, 270 

Sanderson, Raymond 204, 226 

Sandrock, Edgar P 39, 196, 223, 270 



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PAGE 

.Sands, Georgiana 173, 227 

Sanger, Bertram J 154 

Sanger, Frank D 42 

Sarason, Peter B 210, 226 

Sargent, George F 41 

Sauer, L. W 259 

Sawyer, Dwight M 208, 228 

Sawyer, Harold P 192, 228 

Scarborough, James 1 199, 219 

Schaefer, Solomon W 201, 220 

Schalek, A 270 

Schell, Orville H 186, 227 

Schenck, Benjamin It 173, 225, 270 

Schloss, Oscar M 189, 227 

Schmeisser, Henry C...17, 74, 210, 223 

Schmidtt, John J. Z 216, 233 

Schmitter, Ferdinand 184, 226, 270 

Schnack, Adolph G 218, 224 

Scholl, George B 181 

Schorer, Edwin H 192, 225, 270 

Schultz, Anna F. (Mrs.) 165 

Schultz, Edwin W 154 

Schultz, Oscar T 184, 226, 270 

Schultz, Raymond L 210, 227, 277 

Schumacher, Hiram S 196, 227 

Schumacher, Irwin T 145 

Schwartz, Harold 165 

Scofield, Raymond B 196, 228 

Scott, Augusta R 37, 213, 223 

Scott, Katherine J 218, 219 

Scott, John T 145 

Scott, William J. M 149 

Scudder, Atala T 145 

Seagrave, Mabel 208, 231 

Sears, Nathan P 211, 228 

Seeley, Lamar 192 

Seem, Ralph B...35, 192, 193, 223, 270 
Sellards, Andrew W., 

201, 224, 234, 235, 270 

Selling, Laurence 199, 229, 271 

Sellman, Reginald 211, 223 

Semmes, Raphael E., Jr 204, 230 

Senseny, Herbert M 204, 222 

Sevier, Charles E 159 

Sevier, John A 159 

Sewell, John H 216, 223 

Sexton, Lewis A 35 

Sexton, Walter G 208, 232 

Shafer, Sir Edward A 133 

Shaffer, Floyd E 216, 229 

Shale, Rolla J 211, 228 

Shallenberger, Will F 196, 221, 271 

Sharp, Robert G 154 

Shaw, Austin 213, 231 

Shaw, Henry N 37, 213, 224 

Shearer, Joseph P 154 

Sheetz, John W 204, 229 

Shellito, Judd C 218, 225 

Sherrick, Joseph L 36, 216, 224, 271 

Sherrill, James W 154 

Sherry, Leroy B 216, 228 

Shewbrooks, Daniel M 218, 225 

Shipley, Arthur M 42 

Shipley, Paul G 16, 67 

Shippen, Lloyd P 271 

Shipton, George M 154 

Shirley, Harold C 149 

Shoemaker, John F 165 

Shore, Clarence A 197, 228 

Shulman, David N 154 

Shugerman, Harry P 199, 219 



PAGE 

Sieber, Paul R 208, 230 

Silverberg, Melville 181, 220 

Silverstein, Nathan 167 

Silvester, Richard L 216, 224 

Simis, Mabel P., 

(Mrs. H. L. Ulrich) 178, 225 

Simon, C. E 255 

Simpson, Ellery DeW 211, 225 

Simpson, John N 181, 231 

Sisson, Warren R., 

18, 41, 93, 211, 224, 249, 271, 275 

Skilling, William K 38, 208, 224 

Slack, Harry R., Jr., 

17, 37, 40, 88, 92, 111, 211, 224 

Sladen, Frank J 192, 225 

Slater, Harvey M 218, 225 

Slemmons, Josiah M. .178, 220, 269, 272 

Sloan, Harry G 192, 228 

Sloan, Martin F 30, 38, 80, 272 

Slocum, Robert B 189, 228, 272 

Smead, Lewis F 189, 229 

Smith, Daniel C. W 218, 224 

Smith, Daniel G 159 

Smith, Eben E 154 

Smith, Frederick J., 

21, 36, 79, 213, 224 

Smith, Frank R 25, 38, 79, 123 

Smith, George A 196, 220 

Smith, Helen W., 

(Mrs. Sanger Brown) 208, 228 

Smith, Henry L 28, 38, 79, 272 

Smith Henry T 167 

Smith, Herbert M 179, 230 

Smith, John F 218, 227 

Smith, Joseph T 196, 228, 272 

Smith, Lucius E 218, 230 

Smith L. Howard 218, 221 

Smith, Tavlor B 159 

Smith, Winford, 

33, 34, 35, 184, 224, 272 

Smith, Woodruff 149 

Snowdon, Roy R., 

208, 230, 255, 272, 275 

Snyder, Charles D 12, 69, 272 

Sosman, Merrill C 154 

Souder, Charles G 196, 229 

Southard, William W 159 

Sowers, William F. M * .176, 221 

Spalding, Edward D 150 

Spaulding, William F 167 

Speed, James S 159 

Speed, Joseph S 272, 278 

Spencer, Lewis C 208, 224 

Spencer, Roscoe R 213, 221 

Sponsler, Marshall B 208, 227 

Spratt, Charles N 179, 225 

Sprunt, Thomas P.. 15, 79, 107, 201, 224 

Stacy, Roland L 199, 227 

Staehle, Richard H 154 

Starr, Trammell 211, 224 

Stearns, Thornton, 

211, 220, 254, 273, 279 

Steele, Harry G 165 

Steele, Harry M 182, 220 

Steensland, Halbert S 174, 228 

Stein, I. F 274 

Steiner, Walter R 173, 220, 273 

Steinfeld, Albert L 179, 229 

Steinmueller, Karl J 150 

Stephenson, Henry A 204, 220 

Stetler, Pearlie M 213, 221 



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PAGE 

Stevens, Alexander McC 208, 224 

Stevens, Alexander R 184, 227, 273 

Stevenson, George S 145 

Stevenson, Holland N. 2d, 

211, 227, 267, 273 

Stewart, George A 208, 224 

Stewart, Harold J 145 

Stewart, Horace G 150 

Stewart, James R 201, 220, 273 

Stewart, Robert B 154 

Stick, Edward W 201, 229 

Stifcl, John L 154 

Stifel, Richard E 159 

Stiles, Charles W 24, 101, 247, 273 

Stillman, Edgar 208, 227 

Stoddard, James K 159 

Stokes, J. N 279 

Stone, Charles W 189, 228 

Stone, Ellen A 176, 230, 273 

Stone, Harry R 186, 227 

Stone, Harvey B., 

29, 39, 88, 89, 110, 122, 

192, 224, 273 

Stone, Phebe 150 

Stone, William R 174, 227, 273 

Storrs, Henry J 186, 225 

Stowers, James E 213, 232 

Straight, Persis R 193, 229 

Strauss, Abraham 211, 228, 274 

Street, David C 19, 36, 79, 211, 224 

Strobel, Edgar R., 

27, 40, 42, 100, 111, 174, 224 

Strong, P 271 

Strong, Richard P 172, 224, 274 

Strongman, Bessie T 145 

Strouse, Solomon 193, 221, 274 

Stuart, Daniel D. V 38, 41 

Stubbs, Landon E 216, 231 

Stubenrauch, Charles H 196, 221 

Stump, Elmer R 150 

Sturgis, Cyrus C 154 

Summers, William S 154 

Sundwall, John 211, 222, 274 

Sutton, Alan C 159, 274 

Sutton, Lee E., Jr 150 

Sutton, Thomas L 159 

Swan, Mary H 218, 221 

Swarts, Ralph E 150 

Swett, Carlotta M., 

(Mrs. C. H. Bunting) 179, 232 

Sydenstricker, Virgil P. W., 

37, 218, 224, 243, 274, 278 

Tallant, Alice Weld 182, 229 

Taneyhill, George L., Jr., 

28, 38, 87, 108, 186, 224 

Tannenbaum, Karl H 150 

Tapman, Bertha C 38 

Tappan, Benjamin 218, 228 

Tarun, William 42 

Taylor, Herbert D 216, 227 

Taylor, Howard L 204, 228, 274 

Taylor, Leslie G 165 

Tayler- Jones, Louise 183, 221 

Terhune, W. B., Jr 37 

Terry, Benjamin T 186, 226, 274 

Terry, Charles C 167 

Thacher, Henry C 193, 227 

Thalheimer, William M 199, 227 

Thayer, William S., 

21, 34, 35, 79, 122, 123, 272, 275 



PAGE 

Theobald, Samuel, 

22, 36, 39, 99, 122, 123, 275 

Thomas, Albert A 199, 222 

Thomas, Frank C 145 

Thomas, John C 8 

Thomas, Henry M., 

22, 36, 38, 42, 87, 122, 236, 275 

Thomas, Henry M., Jr 159 

Thomas, Mrs. Henry M 132 

Thomas, Miss M. Carey 132 

Thomas, William C 218, 224 

Thompson, Charles B., 

37, 41, 213, 224, 272, 275 

Thompson, Philip P 193, 222 

Thompson, William L 186, 227, 275 

Thomson, Herbert S 201, 219 

Thornton, William L 204, 219, 275 

Thurlow, Madge DeG 145, 165 

Tibbetts, Mark H 154 

Tiesing, Paul E. M 145 

Tillet, William S 155 

Tillman, George C 167 

Timberlake, George 42 

Tischler, Max 155 

Todd, Martillus H 213, 232 

lorrey, Harry N 193, 225 

Torrey, Julia M 202 

Towles, Caroline B., 

32, 38, 80, 189, 224 

Tracv, Dwight W 199, 220 

Tracv, M 257 

Trask, Leo S 213, 231 

Travis, Catherine H 184, 220 

Tredway, Thomas P . 204, 229 

Trotter, Charles E 201 

Trout, H. H 268 

Trudeau, Francis B 213, 227 

Trueblood, Donald V 37, 218, 224 

Truehart, Marion 167 

Tucker, Beverley 168 

Tucker, P. S 37, 41, 218, 224 

Turkington, Charles H 196, 220 

Turner, John C, Jr 218, 227 

Turner, Joseph R., Jr., 

213, 227, 269, 275 

Turner, Victor R 218, 227 

Turtle, Lucius... 197, 229, 275 

Tweedie, Hedley V 31, 39, 99, 110 

Twigg, Niall F 155 

Tyler, George T., Jr 186, 230, 276 

Tyler, Margaret 155 

Tyzzer, E. E 271 

Uhler, Claude 1 145 

Ulrich, Henry L 179, 225, 276 

Underhill, Albert J 179, 224 

Utzinger, Otto E 216, 224 

Vail, Thornton E 208, 220 

Valk, Arthur deT 205, 228 

DelValle, Carlos M 150 

Van Arsdall, Condit B 182, 222 

Van Denburgh, John 182, 220 

Vander Hoof, Douglas 189, 231, 276 

Vanneman, Joseph S 216, 226 

Van Nostrand, Hobart S 155 

Vanorden, Herbert F 205, 225 

Van Norman, Karl H 35 

Van Valzah, Laurie 216, 220 

Vates, Charles W 168 

Veeder, B. S 254 



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Venable, John M 216, 227 

Verhoetf, Frederick H 174, 224, 276 

Verplanck, Van Noyes 150 

Vest, Cecil W 199, 224, 276 

Vogel, K. M 259 

Vogeler, William J 186, 228 

Voschell, Allen F 145 

Vrooman, C. H 280 

Wagenhals, Franklin C 213, 227 

W agner, Charles E 150 

Wahl, Harry R 211, 228 

Waite, Robert L 201, 220 

Waite, Willis W 193, 230 

Waldron, Carl VV 276, 277 

Walker, Clifford B 208, 224, 276 

Walker, Emma Elizabeth. .173, 227, 276 

Walker, George 25, 39, 87, 89, 110 

Walker, Isaac C 201, 224, 277 

Walker, John E 218, 224 

Walker, Marian B., 

(Mrs. Marian Walker Williams) 

179 219 

Wallace, William G 202*. 222 

Wallerstein, Emanuel U 145 

Walters, Arthur L 211, 222 

Walton, Duncan C 202, 222 

Ward, James A 150 

Warfleld, Louis M 179, 232, 277 

Warner, Charles L 218, 224 

Warner, Robert A 38 

Warren, George W 179, 227 

Warren, Mortimer 177, 227 

Warriner, Junius E., Jr 160 

Washburn, Robert G 186, 232 

Waters, Charles A., 

18, 36, 87, 110, 276, 277 

Watkins, Leon H 202, 219 

Watkins, Samuel S., 

32, 40, 88, 214, 224 

W r atson, Clyde E 205, 221 

Watson, Ernest M 214, 224 

Watson, Frank H 184 

Watson, Helen, 

(Mrs. M. C. Winternitz)...205, 224 

Watson, Percy T 196, 232 

Watt, Charles H 211, 227 

Watters, Ethel M 214, 220 

Watts, Stephen H 179, 231 

Weakley, Adriel C 211, 222 

Weaver, Louis S 186, 230 

Webb, Charles W 202, 226 

W r ebb, G. B 248 

Webb, Harold R 193, 224 

Webb, Joseph 216, 220 

Webb, Robert A., Jr 155 

W r ebb, Roscoe C 216, 227 

W r ebster, Jerome P 37, 216, 224 

Webster, Leslie T 145 

Weed, Lewis H., 

14, 67, 211, 224, 277, 278 

Weems, Benjamin F., Jr 214, 227 

Weese, William J 208, 229 

Wegeforth, H. M 278 

Wegeforth, Paul 211, 219, 277, 278 

Weinberg, Milton 205, 221 

Weinberg, Mver A 167 

Welch, William H., 

9, 33, 34, 74, 133, 136 

Wells, Donald B 211, 220 

Wells, Ernest A 179, 220 



PAGE 

Wells, Mabel 179 

Wenning, Theodore H 205, 228, 278 

Werley, Gottlieb 168 

Werner, Roy G 218, 231 

Wesson, Miley B 205, 230 

West, John M 232, 27S 

West, Paul A 155 

Wharton, L. R 37, 40, 218, 224 

Wheeler, Arthur J 168 

\V heeler, Theodora 160 

Whipple, George EL, 

189, 220, 241, 243, 272, 274, 278 

Whisman, Henry S 218, 227 

Whitcraft, James H 205, 230 

White, George H., Jr 193, 224 

White, John B 155 

White, Miles, Jr 8 

White, Richard J 8 

White, Samuel A 160 

White, William H 196, 227 

Whitham, Lloyd B. .31, 39, 99, 110, 278 

Whitridge, Andrew H 173 

Whittle, Harry L 41 

Wii hman, Theodore F 145 

Wiel, Harry 1 189, 220 

Wiener, Isidore K 208,227 

Wiese, Edwin R 208, 233 

Wiesender, Arthur J 202, 231 

Wight, Otis B 182, 229, 278 

Wilbur, Frederick P 193, 226 

Wile, Udo J 197, 225, 278 

Wilkins, Lawson 150 

Wilkinson, George R 155 

Willard, Daniel 8 

Williams, Alexander W 211, 230, 279 

Williams, Clara L 182, 219 

Williams, Dudley 182, 229 

Williams, Francis T 211, 221 

Williams, G. Huntingdon 145 

Williams, John W., 

10, 33, 34, 35, 37, 94, 121, 

122, 123, 279 

Williams, Judson T 145 

Williams, Louis H 218, 227 

Williams, Norman H 214, 227 

Williams, William W 174, 220, 279 

Willis, Henry S 14,5 

Willock, John S., 

32, 40, 100, 1S6, 224, 279 

Wilson, Cecil H 168 

Wilson, D. Wright, 

19, 71, 254, 273, 279 

Wilson, F. N 251 

W ilson, Gordon 42 

Wilson, Harry E 216, 224 

Wilson, James H 200, 224 

W'ilson, Karl M 26, 36, 94, 120 

Wilson, Walter S 186, 221 

Wilson, W'infred 186, 231 

Winn, Claud M 20S, 229 

Winn, Nannie Lee 193, 219 

Winne, Charles.K., Jr 179, 226 

Winter, John A 193, 225 

Winternitz, Milton C, 

13, 42, 74, 122, 123, 196, 

224, 256, 279 

Winthrop, Gilman J 193, 219, 280 

Wiseley, A 274 

Wislocki, George B 160, 243, 280 

Wittich, Frederick W 214, 225, 280 

Witzeman, Louis A 155 



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Wix, Edward B 218 

Wolf, Eleanor B 211, 232 

Wolff, George B 41, 211, 224 

Wolff, Sylvain B 216, 227 

Wolfort, Benjamin Edgar 193, 226 

Wolfsohn, Julian M 203, 220, 280 

Wolman, Samuel, 

28, 38, 79, 108, 193, 224, 280 

Woltereck, Gustav H 202, 224 

Woo, F. Simon 21S, 224 

Wood, Evans B 216, 228 

Wood, Frederick W 8 

Wood, James A 211, 230 

Woods, Alan C 216, 224 

Woodward, Harold B 211, 220 

Woolley, Paul G 177, 228, 280 

Worthington, Frank D 155 

Worthington, Joseph K 200, 224 

Wright, Sir Almroth E 133 

Wright, Charles B 182, 225 

Wright, Mary 155 

Wroth, Peregrine, Jr., 

16S, 193, 224, 236, 281 



PAGE 

Wvatt, Walter S 202, 222 

Wyckoff, Sarah D 174, 230 

Wynne, Herbert M. N 37, 216, 224 

Yager, Rodes E 150 

Yates, John L 174, 232, 239, 281 

Yuumans, Iva C 202, 221 

Young, Charles W 184, 232 

Young, Hugh H., 

22, 35, 88, 89, 90, 91, 122, 123, 2S1 

Young, John H 168 

Young, Mark S 145 

Y oung, William W 214, 221 

Youtz, Hiram LaM 189, 228 

Zadek, Isadore 216, 224 

Zartman, Luke V 205, 229 

Zeigler, Charles A 168 

Zimmerman, Amelia 168 

Zimmerman, Ernest L 160 

Zimmerman, Jacob L 214, 227 

Zinn, Waltman F 168 

Zmsser, H 252 



INDEX 



Admission, Requirements for 

to advanced standing 

Physicians to Graduate Courses, 
49, 

Application for 

Advanced Standing, Admission to. . 
Adviser, Medical, to the Students.. 
Advisory Board of the Medical Fac- 
ulty 

Anatomy, Officers of Instruction in. 
Courses in, 

Histology 

Neurology 

Embryology 

Microscopic 

Gross Human 

Required Courses 

Elective Courses 

Graduate Work 

Announcement and Catalogue, Ap- 
plication for 

Application Blanks 

Appointments to Hospital Staff of 

Externes 

Art, Instruction in, as Applied to 

Medicine 

Assistants, List of 18, 

Associate Professors, List of. . . .12, 

Associates, List of 13, 

Ausculation and Percussion, Course 

in 

Autopsies, Instruction in 

Bacteriology, Instruction in, for 

Matriculates 

for Physicians 

for Medical 

Baxley Medical Professorship 

Bay View Asylum, Consulting Staff 

of 

Clinical Instruction in. .42, 81, 

Medical Staff of 

Biology, Preparation in 

Blanks for Application for Admis- 
sion 

Board, Advisory, of Medical Fac- 
ulty 

of Johns Hopkins Hospital. . . . 
Botany, Preparation in, see Bi- 
ology. 

Breakage, Charges for 

Bulletin of Johns Hopkins Hospi- 
tal 

Brady, James Buchanan, Urological 

Institute 

Calendar 

Catalogue of Candidates for Degree 

of M.D 

of Physicians Attending Grad- 
uate Courses 

of Doctors of Medicine 

of Members of Hospital and 

Dispensary Medical Staff .... 

Catalogue of Students 

300 



46 

48 

107 

47 
48 
62 

33 
67 

67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
67 
68 
70 

7 
47 

61 

102 
30 
23 
25 

108 
75 

75 

76 

85 

133 

42 

97 
42 



47 



136 

7 

141 



171 



35 
139 



Chemistry, Preparation in 

Physiological Instruction in 

(a) for Matriculates 

(6) for Physicians 

Caution Money 

Certificates of Admission 

Chemical- Biological Course for Ad- 
mission 

Children, Diseases of, see Diseases 

of Children. 
City Detention Hospital, at Bay 
View, see Bay View Asylum. 

Clinical Clerks 

Endowment of Laboratory .... 

Clinical Staff 

Professors 21, 

Clinics, Dispensary 

Advanced Medical 

Surgical 

Therapeutics 

Clinical Microscopy, Instruction in, 

for Matriculates 81, 

for Physicians 

Clinical Opportunities 

Staff 

Clinical Instruction at Bay View... 

Commemoration Day 

Commencement Day 

Clinics, Dispensary 

Medical 80, 81, 82, 

Surgical 88, 89, 90, 

Gynecology 93, 

Pediatrics 

Psychiatry 

Committees of Faculty 

"Conditions" at Examinations 

Contents, Table of 

Courses of Instruction for Matricu- 
lates 

for Physicians, 

69, 72, 74, 76, 78, 86, 89, 
95, 96, 99, 100, 

Cystoscopic Examinations 96, 

Cytology 

Dean 

Degree in Arts and Sciences, Pre- 
liminary Requirements Con- 
cerning 

of Doctor of Medicine, Require- 
ments for 

List of Candidates for 

Departments of Instruction 

Deposit of Caution Money 

Dermatology, Officers of Instruction 

for 

Instruction in, for Matriculates. 

for Physicians 

Out-Patient Department of . . . . 

Diagnosis, Physical, Instruction in, 

for Matriculates. .80, 81, 85, 

for Physicians 85, 89, 

Gynecology, Instruction in, 

95, 108, 



PAGE 

47 

71 

72 
59 

47 

46 



93 

134 

21 

22 
82 
84 
89 
82 

107 
86 
55 
21 
81 
7 
7 
80 
83 
91 
95 
92 
97 
33 
50 
3 



107 

112 

68 

10 



46 

49 

139 

66 

59 

100 
100 
100 



88 
109 



111 



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PAGE 

Diseases of Children, Officers of In- 
struction 93 

for Matriculates 93 

for Physicians 93 

Out-Patient Department 41 

Summer Course in 109 

Diseases of Nervous System, Officers 

of Instruction for 87 

Instruction for Matriculates... 87 

Out-Patient Department 38 

Elective Courses 87 

Dissections 67, 68 

Dispensary Departments 37 

Instruction in, 

82, 83, 85, 90, 91, 97, 98, 

99, 100 
Members of Medical Staff of. . . 38 
Distribution, Geographical, of Stu- 
dents Enrolled 161 

Doctors of Medicine of the Johns 

Hopkins University 171 

Places of Residence 219 

Electives 52, 53, 54 

Embryology 68 

Endowments 127, 134 

Entrance Requirements 46 

Examinations, Exemptions from, for 

Admission 47 

to Absolve Conditions 50 

Cystoscopic ....106, 113 

Experimental Pathology 76 

Eye, Diseases of, see Ophthalmology 
and Otology. 

Faculty 9 

Faculty, Standing Committees of . . 33 

Fees, Tuition for Matriculates 59 

for Graduate Courses 69 

for Rental of Microscopes.... 60 

for Summer School Courses... 113 

Forensic Medicine, Instruction in. . 101 

French, Preparation in 46 

Funds, The Mary Elizabeth Garrett 130 
for the Study of Tuberculosis. . 135 
Phipps, for the Study of Tuber- 
culosis 135 

Woman's Medical School 130 

Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 135 

Harriet Lane Johnston Home 

for Invalid Children 136 

The James Buchanan Brady 

Urological Institute 136 

The William H. Welch Fund 
for Clinical Education and 

Research 136 

Garrett, Mary Elizabeth, Fund 130 

Terms of 130 

Gastro- Intestinal Diseases, Out-Pa- 
tient Department 39 

General Statement 45 

General Education Board 136 

Genito- Urinary Diseases, Officers of 

Instruction 87 

Instruction in, for Matriculates. 88 

Instruction in, for Physicians.. 89 

Out-Patient Department 40 

German, Preparation in 46 

Graduate Courses 107 

Graduates in Medicine of Johns 

Hopkins University, List of. 171 
Gross Anatomy, Special Course in, 

for Physicians 69 



PAGB 

Graduation, Requirements for 49 

Places of Students Enrolled . . . 161 
Gynecology, Officers of, Instruction 

for 96 

Courses in, for Matriculates ... 96 

Out-Patient Department 41, 96 

Summer School HI 

Harriet Lane Home for Invalid 

Children 136 

Herter Lectureship, The 133 

Histology, Instruction in, for Ma- 
triculates 

Course in 68 

Historical Club 104 

History of Medicine • 104 

Hospital, see Johns Hopkins Hospi- 
tal. 
House Officers of Johns Hopkins 

Hospital 37 

Hygiene, Instruction in 77 

Advanced Students 78 

Fees 78 

Infection and Immunity, Lectures 

on 75 

Instruction, Departments of 67 

Courses for Matriculates 65 

Courses for Physicians 107 

General Plan of 52 

Statement 45 

Instruction in Art as Applied to 

Medicine 102 

Associate Professor of 102 

Fees 102 

Instructors, List of 15, 27 

Internes, Appointment of 61 

List of 37 

Johns Hopkins, Extracts from Letter 

of 127 

Johns Hopkins Dispensary, Medical 

Staff of 38 

Instruction in 80, 100 

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Appoint- 
ments to House Staff 61 

Bulletin of 63 

Clinical Opportunities 55 

Endowment of 127 

Medical Society of 63 

Medical Staff of 35 

Reports of 03 

Trustees of 8 

Journal Club (Physiology) 70 

Laryngology, Rhinology and Otol- 
ogy, Officers of, Instruction 

for 88 

Instruction in, for Matricu- 
lates 92 

Out-Patient Department 40 

Latin, Preparation in 47 

Lecturers 24 

Lectures 104 

Legal Medicine, see Forensic Medi- 
cine 101 

Libraries 62 

Matriculation 59 

Medical Adviser to the Students. . . 62 
Medical Board of Johns Hopkins 

Hospital 34 

Medical Jurisprudence, see Forensic 

Medicine. 

Medical Fac ulty, Advisory Board . . 33 

Medical Societies 63 



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[946 



PAGE 

Medical Staff of Johns Hopkins Dis- 
pensary 38 

of Johns Hopkins Hospital. ... 35 
of City Detention Hospital at 

Bay View 42 

Medical, Officers of Instruction for, 

79, 107 
Courses in, for Matriculates ... 80 
Courses in, for Physicians.... 86 

Out- Patient Department 38 

Elementary 86 

Facilities for Advanced Work.. 86 
Mental Diseases, see Psychiatry. 
Microscopes, Regulations Regarding, 

for Matriculates 60 

for Graduate Courses 60 

Fee for rental 60 

Microscopy, Clinical, see Clinical 

Microscopy. 
Minor Courses, Entrance Require- 
ments Concerning 46 

Natural Sciences, Entrance Require- 
ments Concerning 46 

Nervous System, see Neurology. 
Neurology, Instruction in, for Ma- 
triculates 87 

Out-Patient Department 38 

Clinical, see Diseases of the 

Kervous System. 
Courses in, for Physicians.... 108 
Nose, Diseases of, see Laryngology 

and Rhinology. 
Obstetrics, Officers of Instruction 

for 94 

for Matriculates 94 

for Physicians 95 

Summer School 112 

Out-Patient Department of . . . . 40 
Office of Treasurer, Location of.... 7 
Officers of Instruction, see Faculty 

of Medicine. 
Operative Surgery, Instruction in, 

for Matriculates 89 

for Physicians 109 

Ophthalmology, Officers of, Instruc- 
tion for 99 

for Matriculates 99 

for Phvsicians 99, 111 

Out-Patient Department 39 

Orthopedic Surgery, Out-Patient 

Department of 40 

for Matriculates 90 

for Physicians 91 

Other Officers 34 

Otology, see Laryngology, Rhinol- 
ogy and Otology. 
Out-Patient Department, see Dis- 
pensary. 
Pathologist to the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital 35 

Pathology, Officers of Instruction — 74 
Courses in, for Matriculates... 74 
Courses in, for Physicians.... 78 

Experimental 78, 90 

Gynecological 96 

Obstetrical 94 

Surgical 90 

Baxley Professorship of 133 

Fees 76 

Pediatrics, see Diseases of Chil- 
dren. 



PAGE 

Pharmacology, Officers of Instruc- 
tion for 73 

for Matriculates 73 

for Physicians 74 

Pharmacy, Instruction in 74 

Practical Course in 74 

Phipps Fund for the Study of Tu- 
berculosis 135 

Phipps Dispensary 135 

Out-Patient Department 38, 85 

for Tuberculosis 85 

Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 135 

Physical Diagnosis, Instruction in, 

for Matriculates 80, 81 

for Physicians 107, 108 

Physicians Attending Graduate 

Courses 164 

Physicians, Courses for 107 

of the Hospital 35 

of the Dispensary 38 

Physicians Attending Special 

Courses 165 

Physics, Preparation in 47 

Physiological Chemistry, Officers 

of Instruction for 71 

for Matric ulates 71 

for Physicians 72 

Fee for Advanced Students 72 

Physiology, Officers of 69 

Instructions for 69 

for Matriculates 69 

for Physicians 70 

Journal Club 70 

Seminary 70 

for Advanced Students and 

Physicians 70 

Fee for Individual Instruction. 71 
Publication of Instruction and 

Graduates 63, 234 

Places of Residence of Graduates 
in Medicine of the Johns 

Hopkins University 219 

President of the University 9 

Professors, List of 9, 21 

Psychiatry, Officers of Instruction 

for 97* 

for Matriculation 97 

for Graduates 98 

Elective Courses 98 

Outdoor Department of 41 

Public ations of 63 

Registrar 7, 34 

Register of Graduates of Medical 

Department 169 

List of Doctors 171 

Places of Residence of the 

Medical Graduates 219 

Publications of Instructors and 

Graduates 234 

Reports of the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital 63 

Registration 59 

Requirements for Admission, see 
Admission. 
Approved by the Medical Fac- 
ulty in 1893 132 

For Graduation 49 

Rhinology, see Laryngology, Rhinol- 
ogy and Otology. 
Science, Requirements in, for Ad- 
mission 46 



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Index 



303 



PAGE 

Schedule of Courses 115 

Scholarships, The Joseph Kernochan 

Garr 60 

Hopkins 60 

Skin, Diseases of, see Dermatol- 
ogy. 

Societies, Medical 63 

Special Courses for Graduates 107 

Departments, Instruction in... 107 

Workers, Admission 49 

Specialties, Instruction in, see 
Schedules. 

Standing Committees of the Fac- 
ulty 33 

Standing of Students, Determina- 
tion of 50 

Students Matriculated, List of 159 

Enrolled, Geographic 161 

Distribution of 161 

Medical Adviser to 62 

Places of Graduation 162 

Graduates, List of 171 

Attending Graduate Courses . . 165 

Summary of Lists of Students 160 

Summer Courses for Graduates 107 

Medicine 107 

Pediatrics 109 

Surgery 109 

Gynecology Ill 

Obstetrics 112 

Psychiatry 112 

Fees 113 

Surgery, Officers of Instruction.... 87 

Courses in, Matriculates 89 

Courses in, Physicians 90 

Out-Patient Department of 39 

Operative 89 

Urology 90 

Orthopedic 91 

Summer Course in 109 

Therapeutics, Instruction in 82 

Throat, Diseases of, see Laryngol- 
ogy, Rhinology and Otology. 



PAGE 

Toxicology, Instruction in, for Ma- 
triculates 73 

Treasurer of the University 8 

of the Hospital 8 

Trustees of the University 8 

of the Hospital S 

Tuition, Fees for Matriculates. .... 59 
for Physicians Attending Grad- 
uate Courses 59, 113 

Topical Medicine 81 

Tuberculosis, Fund for Study of... 135 
University, Chemical- Biological 

Course in 46 

University, Library of 62 

Librarian of 34 

Registrar of 34 

Treasurer of 34 

Trustees of 8 

Urology, Professors of 88 

Dispensary Work 90 

Lectures 90 

Clinics 90 

Elective Courses 91 

Courses in 91 

Vacations 7 

Ward Work, 

80, 83, 89, 91, 93, 94, 95, 

96, 98, 99 

Women, Admission of 45 

Terms of 128 

Women's Committee of Medical 

School 132 

Fund Memorial Building 130 

Women's Medical School Fund.,.. 128 
Welch, William H., Fund for Clin- 
ical Education and Research. 136 
X-ray Diagnosis and Therapeutics, 
Special Courses in, for Phy- 
sicians 90, 110 

Zoology, Medical, Instruction in. . . 101 

Lecturer on 101 

Preparation in, see Biology. 



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No. 8 



THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS 
UNIVERSITY CIRCULAR 



CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1916-1917 

OF THE 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

ESTABLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 



Baltimobe, Mabyland 



Published by the Univebsity 

Issued Monthly fbom Octobeb to July 

Octobeb, 1916 



;New Series, 1916, No. 8] 
[Whole Number, 288] 



Entered, October 21, 1903, at Baltimore, Md., as second class matter, under 
Act of Congress of July 16, 1894 



THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 

Medical Department 

Established in connection with the Johns Hopkins Hospital 



Catalogue and Announcement for 1916-1917 

(Corrected to October 1, 1916) 



BALTIMORE 

The Johns Hopkins Pbess 

1916 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Calendar 6, 7 

Trustees of the Johns Hopkins University 8 

Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 8 

Faculty 9 

Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty 36 

Standing Committees of the Faculty 36 

Other Officers 37 

Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 37 

Medical Staff of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary 38 

Medical Staff of the City Detention Hospital for the Insane, Bay 

View 46 

Requirements for Admission and Graduation— General Description of 
the Course of Instruction Offered to Candidates for the 
Degree of Doctor of Medicine : 

General Statement 49 

Requirements for Admission 50 

Requirements for Graduation 63 

Examinations 54 

General Plan of Instruction 56 

Clinical Opportunities 59 

General Information : 

Registration 63 

Charges for Tuition 63 

Microscopes 63 

Scholarships 64 

Hospital Appointments 65 

Medical Supervision over Students 66 

Libraries 66 

Medical Societies 67 

Publications 67 

Departments of Instruction and Announcement of Courses: 

Anatomy 71 

Gross Anatomy (for Graduates) 73 

Physiology 74 



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PAGE 

Physiology, Elementary and Advanced (for Graduates) 76 

Physiological Chemistry 75 

Physiological Chemistry (for Graduates) 76 

Pharmacology, Experimental Therapeutics, Toxicology and Pharmacy.. 77 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (for Graduates) 78 

Pathology, Bacteriology and Hygiene 78 

Experimental Pathology 81 

Hygiene 82 

Hygiene (for Graduates) 83 

Pathology, Elementary (for Graduates) .* 83 

Medicine (Including work in the Clinical Laboratories) 83 

Medicine, Elementary and Advanced (for Graduates) 90 

Diseases of the Nervous System 91 

Surgery 91 

Surgical Pathology (for Graduates) 94 

Urology 94 

Orthopedic Surgery 95 

Laryngology 95 

Pediatrics 97 

Obstetrics 98 

Obstetrics, Advanced (for Graduates) 99 

Gynecology 99 

Gynecological Pathology (for Graduates) 101 

Psychiatry 101 

Ophthalmology 103 

Clinical Ophthalmology, including Ophthalmoscopy (for Graduates) .... 103 

Dermatology 104 

Dermatology (for Graduates) 104 

Medical Zoology 105 

Legal Medicine 105 

Instruction in Art as Applied to Medicine 106 

History and Literature of Medicine 108 

Special Lectures 108 

Summer^ Courses for Graduates in Medicine : 

Medicine Ill 

Pediatrics 112 

Surgery 113 

Gynecology 115 

Obstetrics 115 

Special Lectures 116 

Fees 116 



PAGE 

Schedule of Courses for the Session of 1916-1917: 

First Year 120 

Second Year 122 

Third Year 124 

Fourth Year 126 

Appendix : 

Endowment 131 

The Women's Medical School Fund 132 

The Mary Elizabeth Garrett Fund 134 

Requirements for Admission, approved by the Medical Faculty, Feb- 
ruary 4, 1893 136 

The Baxley Medical Professorship 137 

The Herter Lectureship 137 

The Endowment of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 138 

The Endowment of the Clinical Laboratory 138 

The Fund for the Study of Tuberculosis 139 

The Phipps Fund for the Study of Tuberculosis 139 

The Phipps Psychiatric Clinic 139 

The Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children 140 

The James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute 140 

The William H. Welch Fund for Clinical Education and Research 140 

Catalogue of Students : 

Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine 145 

Geographical Distribution of Students enrolled and their places of 

Graduation 165 

Physicians attending Graduate Courses during 1915-1916 168 

Physicians attending Summer Courses, 1916 169 

Register of Graduates of the Medical Department of the Johns 
Hopkins University: 

Doctors of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University 175 

Places of Residence of the Graduates in Medicine of the Johns Hopkins 

University 228 

Publications of Instructors and Graduates of the Johns Hopkins Medical 

School for the year 1915-1916 244 

Alphabetical Index of Names 295 

Index 311 



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CALENDAR, 1916-1917 



1916. 

October 3 (Tuesday) — Instruction begins. Twenty-fourth aca- 
demic year. 

November 30 (Thursday) — Thanksgiving Day. All classes sus- 
pended. 

December 4 (Monday) — Instruction resumed. 

December 23 (Saturday) — The Christmas Recess begins. (9 a. m.) 

1917. 

January 3 (Wednesday) — Instruction resumed. 

February 22 (Thursday) — Commemoration Day. Public exercises 
at 11 a. m. All classes suspended. 

April 5 (Thursday) — The Easter Recess begins. 

April 12 (Thursday) — Instruction resumed. 

May 1 (Tuesday) — Last day of application for Hopkins Scholar- 
ships for Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia. 

June 12 (Tuesday) — Commencement Day. Public exercises at 4 
p. m. 

September 28 (Friday) — Candidates for admission will assemble in 
the auditorium of the Physiological Building (East Monu- 
ment and Washington streets), at 10 a. m, 

October 2 (Tuesday) — Instruction resumed. Twenty-fifth aca- 
demic year. 



The Treasurer's office is in the Academic Building at Homewood, 
and is open daily from 9 a. m. to 4.15 p. m. 

The office of the Registrar of the Medical Department is in the 
Physiological building, near the corner of East Monument and 
Washington Streets, and is open daily from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 

For catalogue and general information, address the Registrar 
of the Medical Department, The Johns Hopkins University, 
Baltimore, Maryland. 



TRUSTEES 

THE JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY 

R. Brent Keyser Henry D. Harlan 

President Secretary 

Eugene Levering Miles White, Jr. 

Bernard N. Bakes B. Howell Griswold, Jr. 

Francis M. Jencks John Glenn, Jr. 

Theodore Marburg Frederick W. Wood 

Blanchard Randall Daniel Willard 
The President of the University, ex officio 



W. Graham Boyce, Treasurer 



THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

Henry D. Harlan Henry M. Hurd 

President Secretary 

William H. Gbafflin Blanchard Randall 

William A. Marburg George K. McGaw 

George Cator Richard J. White 

John M. Glenn Henry Phipps 

R. Brent Keyser Henry Barton Jacobs 



John C. Thomas, Treasurer 






FACULTY AND TEACHING STAFF* 



FRANK JOHNSON GOODNOW, LL. D. 

President of the University 

A. B., Amherst College, 1879, and A. M., 1887 ; LL. B., Columbia University, 
1882 ; LL.D., Amherst College, 1S97, Columbia University, 1904, Harvard 
University, 1909 ; Brown University, 1914 ; Professor of Administrative Law, 
Columbia University, 1887-1914 ; Constitutional Adviser to the Chinese Govern- 
ment since 1913. 

6 W. Madison St. 

UNIVERSITY STAFF 
PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM HENRY WELCH, M. D, LL.D. 

Baxley Professor of Pathology 

A. B., Yale University, 1870 ; M. D., Columbia University (College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1875; M. D. (Hon.), University of Pennsylvania, 1894; 
LL. D., Western Reserve University, 1894, Yale University, 1896, Harvard Uni- 
versity, 1900, University of Toronto, 1903, Columbia University, 1904, Jeffer- 
son Medical College, 1907, Princeton University, 1910, and University of Chi- 
cago, 1916 ; Professor of Pathological Anatomy and General Pathology in the 
Bellevue Hospital Medical College, N. Y., 1879-84 ; Dean of the Medical 
Faculty, 1889-98 ; President of the National Academy of Sciences ; President of 
the Board of Directors of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research ; Presi- 
dent of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1906 ; President 
of the American Medical Association, 1910-1911 ; Pathologist to the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

807 St. Paul St. 

f HOWARD ATWOOD KELLY, M. D., LL. D., Hon. F. R. C. S. 

Professor of Gynecology ** 

A. B., University of Pennsylvania, 1877, and M. D., 1882 ; LL. D., University of 
Aberdeen and Washington and Lee University, 1906, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1907 ; Associate Professor of Obstetrics, University of Pennsylvania, 
1888-89 ; Professor of Gynecological Surgery in the Johns Hopkins University, 
1889-99 ; Honorary Member, Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh ; Associate 
Foreign Member, Society of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Pediatrics, and Chirur- 
gical Society, Paris ; Corresponding Member, Obstetrical Society, Leipzig ; 
Fellow, British Gynecological Society ; Hon. Fellow, Edinburgh Obstetrical 
Society, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, Glasgow Obstetrical and 
Gynecological Society, Royal Academy of Medicine (Ireland) ; Hon. Member, 
Italian Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rome ; Gynecologist-in-Chief to 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1406 Eutaw Place 

WILLIAM STEWART HALSTED, M. D., Sc. D., LL. D., 

Hon. F. R. C. S. 

Professor of Surgery 

A. B., Yale University, 1874 ; M. D., Columbia University (College of Physicians 
and Surgeons, N. Y.), 1877; LL.D., Yale University, 1904, and University of 
Edinburgh, 1905 ; Sc. D., Columbia University, 1904 ; Foreign Corresponding 
Member, Harveian Society, London ; Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Sur- 
geons, England, 1900, Edinburgh, 1905; College of Surgeons of America, 1913; 
Membre Corresp. Etranger de la Societe de Chirurgie, Paris, 1909 ; Membre Titu- 
laire de 1' Association Francaise de Chirurgie, 1914 ; Ehrenmitglied der Deutsche 
G«ell8chaft fur Chirurgie, 1914 ; Surgeon-in-Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1201 Eutaw Place 

* The names in the several groups are arranged in the order of appointment, and 
are corrected up to October 1, 1916. 
t Absent on leave. 
**This department is not yet organized upon the full University basis. 



10 Medical Department [754 

FRANKLIN PAINE MALL, M. D., So. D., LL. D. 

Professor of Anatomy 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1883 ; A. M. (Hon.), 1900, and Sc. D., 1908 ; LL. D., 
University of Wisconsin, 1904, and Washington University, 1915 ; Fellow, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1886-88, and Instructor in Pathology and Bacteriology, 1888- 
89 ; Adjunct Professor of Vertebrate Anatomy, Clark University, 1889-92 ; Pro- 
fessor of Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1892-93 ; Member of the National Acad- 
emy of Sciences ; Director of the Department of Embryology of the Carnegie 
Institution of Washington, D. C. ; Co-editor of the American Journal of Anatomy 
and of the Journal of Morphology. 

1514 Bolton St. 



JOHN J. ABEL, M. D., Sc. D. 

Professor of Pharmacology 

Ph. B., University of Michigan, 1883, A. M. (Hon.), 1903, and Sc. D., 1912, and 
University of Pittsburgh, 1915 ; M. D., University of Strassburg, 1888 ; Lecturer 
and Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, University of Michigan, 1890- 
93 ; Hon. Member, Philadelphia College of Pharmacy ; Corresponding Member, 
K. K. Gesellschaft der Aertze, Vienna ; Member of the National Academy of 
Sciences ; Editor of the Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 

Woodlawn, Windsor Mill Road 



WILLIAM HENRY HOWELL, Ph. D., M. D., Sc. D., LL. D. 

Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1881, Fellow, 1882-84, and Ph. D., 1884 ; LL. 
D., Trinity College (Conn.), 1901; Sc. D., Yale University, 1911; M. D. (Hon.), 
University of Michigan, 1890, LL. D., 1912; LL. D., Washington University, 
1915 ; Assistant in Biology, 1884-85, Associate, 1885-88, and Associate Professor, 
1888-89 ; Lecturer and Professor of Physiology and Histology, University of 
Michigan, 1889-92 ; Associate Professor of Physiology, Harvard University, 1892- 
93 ; Member of the National Academy of Sciences ; Dean of the Medical Faculty, 
1899-1911 ; Associate Editor of the American Journal of Physiology. 

232 W. Lanvale St. 



JOHN WHITRIDGE WILLIAMS, M. D., Sc. D., LL. D., 

Professor of Obstetrics** and Dean. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 188G ; M. D., University of Maryland, 1888, and 
Sc. D. (Hon.), 1907, and University of Dublin, 1912; LL. D., University of 
Pittsburgh, 1915 ; Associate in Obstetrics, 1893-96 ; and Associate Professor, 
1896-99 ; Obstetrician-in-Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1128 Cathedral St. 



WALTER JONES, Ph.D. 

Professor of Physiological Chemistry 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1888, and Ph. D., 1891 ; Professor of Natural 
Science, Wittenberg College, 1891-92 ; Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Pur- 
due University, 1892-95 ; Assistant in Physiological Chemistry and Toxicology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1896-99 ; Associate, 1899-1901 ; Associate Professor, 
1901-1908. 

2621 St. Paul St. 



"This department is not yet organized upoD the full University basis. 



755] Faculty 11 

ADOLF MEYER, M. D., LL. D. 

Professor of Psychiatry ** 

Zurich Gymnasium, 1885 ; Swiss Staatsexamen, 1890 ; M. D., University of Zurich 
1892; LL. D., University of Glasgow, 1901, and Clark University, 1909; Hon 
orary Fellow and Docent in Neurology, University of Chicago, 1892-95 ; Pathol 
ogist and Director of Clinical Work, Worcester (Mass.) Hospital for the Insane 
and Docent in Psychiatry, Clark University, 1895-1902 ; Director of the Patho 
logical (Psychiatric) Institute, ¥ew York State Hospitals, Ward's Island, 1902 
1910; Professor of Psycho-Pathology, Cornell, 1904-1909; Consulting Alienist, 
City Detention Hospital, Bay View ; Psychiatrist-in-Chief to the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

101 Edgevale Rd., Roland Park 

JOHN HOWLAND, M. D., 

Professor of Pediatrics 

A. B., Yale University, 1894, and A.M. (Hon.), 1914; M. D., New York University 
College of Medicine, 1897, and Cornell University, 1899 ; House Officer, Presby- 
terian Hospital, N. Y., 1897-1899, and N. Y. Foundling Hospital, 1899-1900; 
Pathologist and Assistant Attending Pediatrician, N. Y. Foundling Hospital, 
1902-1911 ; Pediatrician in charge of Children's Clinic, Bellevue Hospital, 1909- 
1911; Instructor and Associate in Pediatrics, Columbia University; Professor of 
Pediatrics, Washington University, St. Louis, 1911-1912 ; Editor, American Jour- 
nal Diseases of Children ; Member of Council of Pharmacy and Chemistry, A. M. 
A. ; Consulting Pediatrician, City Hospital, Bay View ; Director of the Harriet 
Lane Home and Pediatrician-in-Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Oak St. and Mallory Lane 

WARREN HARMON LEWIS, M. D. 
Professor of Physiological Anatomy 

S. B., University of Michigan, 1894, and Assistant in Zoology, 1895-96 ; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate Professor 
of Anatomy, 1900-1913 ; Co-Editor of The Anatomical Record. 

500 Hawthorne Road 

THEODORE CALDWELL JANEWAY, M. D., Sc. D. 

Professor of Medicine 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1892, and A.M. (Hon.), 1912; M. D., Columbia Uni 
versity, 1895 ; and Bard Professor of the Practice of Medicine, 1909-14 ; Sc. D 
(Hon.), Washington University, 1915; Visiting Physician, City Hospital, N. Y. 
1902-1911 ; Visiting Physician, St. Luke's Hospital, 1905-1911 ; Visiting Physi 
cian, Presbyterian Hospital, 1911-1914 ; Member of Board of Directors, Rocke 
feller Institute for Medical Research ; Secretary, Russell Sage Institute of Path 
ology ; Member of Editorial Board of Archives of Internal Medicine ; Physician 
in-Chief, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

714 St. Paul St. 



WILLIAM OSLER, M. D., LL. D., D. C. L., F. R. S. 
Honorary Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine 

L D., McGill University, 1872; LL. D., McGill, 1895, Aberdeen, 1898, Toronto, 
1899, Yale, 1901, Harvard, 1904, Johns Hopkins, 1905 ; D. C. L., Edinburgh, 
1898, Trinity (Toronto), 1902; M. D. (Hon.), Oxford, 1905; D. Sc, Dublin, 
1912 ; Fellow of the Royal Society of London ; Fellow of the Royal College of 
Physicians, London ; Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, McGill University, 
1874-84 ; Professor of Clinical Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, 1884-89 ; 
Dean of the Medical Faculty, 1898-99 ; Professor of the Principles and Practice 
of Medicine, 1889-1905 ; Physician-in-Chief, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1889- 
1905 ; Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford. 

, Oxford, England 



This department is not yet organized upon the full University basis. 



12 Medical Department [756 

HENRY MILLS KURD, M. D., LL. D. 

Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1863, M. D., 1866, A. M., 1870, and LL. D., 1895 ; 
Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1906 ; Superintendent 
of the Eastern Michigan Hospital, 1878-89 ; Superintendent of the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1889-1911 ; Editor of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin and 
of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 1889-1911 ; Editor of the American 
Journal of Insanity ; Secretary, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1023 St. Paul St. 



ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

FLORENCE RENA SABIN, M. D., Sc. D. 

Associate Professor of Anatomy 

S. B., Smith College, 1893, Sc. D., 1910, and Assistant in Zoology, 1895-96 ; M. D., 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Anatomy, 
1902-1905 ; Resident House Officer, 1900-1901 ; Holder of Woman's Fellowship 
in Anatomy, 1901-1902 ; Co-Editor of The Anatomical Record. 

1325 Park Av. 

WILLIAM WEBBER FORD, M. D., D. P. H. 

Associate Professor of Hygiene and Bacteriology and Lecturer in 

Legal Medicine 

A. B., Adelbert College, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1898 ; Instructor 
Associate, and Associate Professor of Bacteriology, 1904-1910 ; D. P. H., McGill 
University, 1900 and Fellow in Pathology, 1899-1901 ; Resident House Officer, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1898-99 ; Fellow, Rockefeller Institute for Medical 
Research, 1901-02 ; Institute for Infectious Diseases, Berlin, 1901-1902, and 
Johns Hopkins University 1902-1903. 

1027 Cathedral St. 

MAX BROEDEL 

Associate Professor of Art as Applied to Medicine 

Academy of Arts, Leipzig, 1885-90 ; Illustrator, University of Leipzig, 1890-1894 ; 
Instructor in Art as Applied to Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1905-1906. 

320 Suffolk St., Guilford 

DONALD RUSSELL HOOKER, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Physiology 

A. B., Yale University, 1899, M. S., 1901 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1905 ; Graduate Student, University of Berlin, 1905-1906 ; Assistant, Instructor 
and Associate in Physiology, 1906-1910 ; Managing Editor, American Journal 
of Physiology. 

Upland, Roland Park 



CHARLES DAVID SNYDER, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Physiology 



A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr. University, 1896 ; M. S., and Ph. D., Universit; 
of California, 1904 and 1905 ; Holder of Columbia University Table at Zoological 
Station, Naples, 1906 ; Medical Student, Universities of Berlin and Miinchen, 
1906-1908 ; Fellow, Instructor and Associate in Physiology, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1907-1911. 

730 Wyndhurst Ave., Roland Pk. 






757] Faculty 13 

EDWARDS A. PARK, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Pediaterics 

A. B., Yale, 1900, and M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (N. Y.), 1905; 
Resident Physician, Roosevelt Hospital, 1905-07, an^ New York Foundling Hospi- 
tal, 1907-08 ; Instructor in Medicine and Pediatrics, and Proudfit Fellow in 
Medicine, College of Physicians and Surgeons (N. Y.), 1909-12; Pediatrician in 
charge, Dispensary, and Associate Pediatrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

The Cecil 

CHARLES MACFIE CAMPBELL, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Psychiatry 

A. M., University of Edinburgh, 1897, and B. Sc, 1900, M. B. Ch. B., 1902, 
and Iff. D., 1911 ; Member of Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, 1908 ; 
Associate in Clinical Psychiatry, Psychiatric Institute, New York, 1908-1911 ; 
Instructor in Psychopathology, Cornell University Medical School, 1910-1913 ; 
First Assistant in Bloomingdale Hospital, New York, 1911-13 ; Psychiatrist in 
charge, Dispensary, and Associate Psychiatrist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

26 Talbot Rd., Windsor Hills 



HERMAN O. MOSENTHAL, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Medicine 

A. B., Columbia College, 1899 ; M. D., Columbia University, 1903 ; Interne, New 
York Hospital, 1904-1906 ; Interne, New York Foundling Hospital, 1906-07 ; 
Assistant Instructor, Associate in Biological Chemistry, Columbia University, 
1909-1914 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Medicine, ibid., 1910-1914 ; 
Physician in charge, Dispensary, and Associate Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1501 Mt. Royal Av. 

MILTON CHARLES WINTERNITZ, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Pathology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1903, M. D., 1907, Fellow in Pathology, 1907- 
1908 ; Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Pathology, 1908-1914 ; Assistant 
Resident Pathologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1910-1913 ; Pathologist, 
City Hospitals. 

Delaware and Carroll Rds, Windsor Hills 

PAUL WISWALL CLOUGH, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Medicine 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907 ; 
Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Medicine, 1908-1916; Resident House Offi- 
cer, Assistant Resident and Resident Physician and Medical Adviser to Students, 
1907-1916; Associate Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Guilford 
CLYDE GRAEME GUTHRIE, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Medicine 

A. B., Lafayette College, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907 ; Assistant, 
Instructor and Associate in Medicine, 1908-1916 ; Resident House Officer and 
Resident Physician in charge of Private Wards, 1907-1916 ; Associate Physician, 
in charge of Clinical Laboratory. 

16 E. Biddle St. 



14 Medical Department [758 

GEORGE JULIUS HEUER, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Surgery 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1907 ; 
Instructor and Associate in Surgery, 1912-1916 ; Resident House Officer, Assistant 
Resident and Resident Surgeon, 1907-1914 ; Associate Surgeon, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

16 E. Biddle St. 

ALLEN KRAMER KRAUSE, M. D. 
Associate Professor of Medicine 

A. B., Brown University, 1901, and A. M., 1902; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1907 ; Assistant and Instructor in Pathology, 1907-1909 ; Assistant, and Assistant 
Director, Saranac Laboratory for Study of Tuberculosis, 1909-1916 ; Instructor, 
Trudeau School of Tuberculosis ; Physician in charge, Phipps Tuberculosis Dis- 
pensary; Assistant Physician, 

1017 N. Calvert St. 



ASSOCIATES 

ELI KENNERLY MARSHALL, Jr., Ph.D. 

Associate in Pharmacology 

S. B., College of Charleston, 1908 ; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; 
Assistant and Associate in Physiological Chemistry, 1912-14. 

33 E. Mt. Vernon Place 

EDMUND VINCENT COWDRY, Ph.D. 

Associate in Anatomy 

A. B., University of Toronto, 1909 ; Ph. D., University of Chicago, 1912 ; Technical 
Assistant, 1909 ; Fellow, Assistant, and Associate in Anatomy, 1910-13. 

2024 E. 31st St. 

PAUL DUDLEY LAMSON, M. D. 

Associate in Experimental Therapeutics 

A. B., Harvard, 1905, and M. D., 1909 ; Medical House Officer, Massachusetts Gen- 
eral Hospital, Boston, 1909-1911; Sheldon Travelling Fellowship, 1911-1913; 
Lecture Assistant in Pharmacology, University of Wiirzburg ; Pharmacological 
Laboratory University College, London University ; Assistant Resident Physician, 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, 1913-1914 ; Assistant in Experimental 
Therapeutics, 1914-1915. 

Winona Apts., Park Ave. & Monument St. 

WILLIAMS MCKIM MARRIOTT, M. D. 
Associate in Pediatrics 

S. B., University of North Carolina, 1904; M. D., Cornell University, 1910; 
Assistant in Chemistry, University of North Carolina, 1903-04 ; Assistant in 
Biochemistry, Cornell University Medical School, 1904-06 ; Tutor in Chemistry, 
College of the City of New York, 1909 ; Instructor in Biological Chemistry, 
Washington University Medical School, St. Louis, 1910-1914 ; Instructor in 
Pediatrics, .1913-1915 ; Assistant Dispensary Physician and Assistant Pediatri- 
cian, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2433 Guilford Ave. 



759] Faculty 15 

LEWIS HILL WEED, M.D. 
Associate in Anatomy 

The Latrobe 

MONTROSE THOMAS BURROWS, M.D. 
Associate in Pathology 

zjsss- oorneu Medicai **»* ■- i-r&r&ta 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

EMIL GOETSCH, M.D. 
Associate in Surgery 

Assistant Resident Surgeon 1910- 19?2 • few's ""* ln S"?^ 1«"»-1»10| 

718 N. Howard St. 

DAVID MELVIN DAVIS, M.D. 

Associate in Urology 

709 St. Paul St. 

PAUL GALPIN SHIPLEY, M.D. 
Associate m Anatomy 

U 'v^yl%^9lSlIl6 1913; ASSlStant and InStrUCt ° r in Anatom ^ Joh ™ Hopkins 

2001 E. 31st St. 

DAVID WRIGHT WILSON, Ph. D. 

Associate in Physiological Chemistry 

^c^t^: e !k\ 9 lL^- D -' Yale UniVerSlty ' 1914 ; Assist -t in Physiol- 

CHARLES AUGUST ROUILLER, Ph. D. 

Associate in Pharmacology (Rockefeller Grant) 

Buck's Lane, West Arlington 



1G Medical Department [760 



INSTRUCTORS 

THOMAS PECK SPRUNT, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Davidson College, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1909 ; Assistant, 
Instructor and Associate in Pathology, 1909-1913 ; Assistant Resident Physician, 
1913-1915; Resident Physician, City Hospital, Bay View, 1915-1916; Resident 
Physician in charge of Private Wards. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

KENNETH DANIEL BLACKFAN, M. D. 

Instructor in Pediatrics 

VL D., Albany Medical College, 1905 ; Pathologist, Albany Hospital, and Bacteri- 
ologist to Bender Laboratory, Albany, N. Y., 1905-1906 ; Resident Pediatrician, 
St. Louis Children's Hospital, 1911-1912 ; Resident Pediatrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

EVERETT DUDLEY PLASS, M. D. 

Instructor in Obstetrics 

A. B., Colgate University, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; Assistant, 
in Obstetrics, 1912-1914 ; Resident House Officer, and Assistant Resident Obstet- 
rician, 1911-1914 ; Assistant Visiting Obstetrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Y. M. C. A. 

WALTER EDWARD DANDY, M. D. 

Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910, and 
A. M., 1911 ; Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

MONT ROGERS REID, M. D. 

Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., Roanoke College, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912 ; Assistant 
Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ARTHUR LEONARD BLOOMFIELD, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1907, and M. D., 1911 ; Resident House Officer, 
and Assistant Resident Physician, 1911-1916; Assistant in Medicine, 1912-1915 
Resident Physician and Medical Adviser to Students. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

EVELETH WILSON BRIDGMAN, M. D. 

Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908, and M. D., 1912 ; Resident House Officer, 
1912-1913 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1913-1915 ; Dispensary Physician and Assistant 
Resident Physician. 

1707 Park Ave. 



7C1] Faculty 17 

CHARLES ADAM LAUBACH, M. D. 

Instructor in Hygiene and Bacteriology 

8. B., Muhlenburg College, 1909 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913 ; Assist 
ant in Hygiene and Bacteriology, 1913-1915. 

3104 Walbrook Av. 

CHARLES CLIFFORD MACKLIN, M. B. 

Instructor in Anatomy 

James H. Richardson Fellow in Anatomy, University of Toronto, 1912-1913 ; 
M. B., University of Toronto, 1914 ; Assistant in Anatomy, 1914-1915. 

1807 N. Caroline St. 

HENRY CHRISTIAN SCHMEISSER, M. D., Ph.D. 

Instructor in Pathology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1908, and M. D., 1912 ; Ph. D., 1914 ; Fellow 
and Assistant in Pathology, 1912-1915. 

The Homewood 

JAMES LAWDER GAMBLE, M. D. 

Instructor in Pediatrics 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1906; M. D., Harvard Medical School, 
1910; House Officer, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1910-1912, and Boston 
Children's Hospital, 1912-1913 ; Assistant Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

709 St. Paul St. 

SAMUEL GOLDSCHMIDT, Ph. D. 

Instructor in Pathology 

S. B., Yale University, 1911, and Ph. D., 1914 ; Fellow, University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1914-1915. 

33 E. Mt. Vernon Place 

WARREN RICHARDS SISSON, M. D. 

Instructor in Pediatrics 

A. B., Colgate University, 1906 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912 ; House 
Officer, Massachusetts General Hospital, 1912-13, and Peter Bent Brigham Hos- 
pital, 1913-14 ; Resident Pathologist, ibid., 1914-1915 ; Instructor in Pathology, 
Harvard Medical School, 1914-1915 ; Assistant Dispensary Physician. 

718 N. Howard St. 

CHARLES ALEXANDER WATERS, M. D. 

Instructor in Roentgenology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1911 ; Assistant Roentgenologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

1100 N. Charles St. 

JOHN ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL COLSTON, M. D. 

Instructor in Urology 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; Resident 
House Officer and Assistant Resident Surgeon, 1911-1914 ; Dispensary Urologist, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1016 St. Paul St. 



18 Medical Department [762 

ROGER PUTNAM BATCHELOR, M. D. 
Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1911 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915 ; 
Assistant in Surgery, 1915-1916 ; Externe in Surgery, the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital. 

1705 Fairmount Av. 

STANHOPE BAYNE-JONES, M. D. 

Instructor in Pathology 

A. B., Yale University, 1910; Medical Student, Tulane University, 1910-1911; 
Summer Quarter, University of Chicago, 1911 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1914 ; Resident House Officer, 1914-1915 ; Rockefeller Fellow in Pathology and 
Assistant Resident Pathologist, 1915-1916 ; Assistant Resident Pathologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ADMONT HALSEY CLARK, M. D. 

Instructor in Pathology 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1910; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915; Assistant in 
Pathology, 1915-1916 ; Assistant Resident Pathologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ROBERT SIDNEY CUNNINGHAM, M. D. 

Instructor in Anatomy 

S. B. and A. M., Davidson College, 1911 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915 ; 
Assistant in Anatomy, 1915-1916. 

2012 E. 31st St. 

DANIEL DAVIS, M. D. 

Instructor in Obstetrics 

A. B., Harvard University, 1909 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913 ; Assistant 
in Physiology and in Obstetrics, 1913-1916 ; Interne, Dispensary and Assistant 
Resident Obstetrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1914-1916 ; Obstetrician in 
charge of Dispensary and Resident Obstetrician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

WILLIAM ARCHIBALD FRONTZ, M. D. 

Instructor in Urology 

A. B., Princeton University, 1907; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911; Resi- 
dent House Officer and Resident Urologist, 1911-1916 ; Assistant in Urology, 
1915-1916 ; Dispensary Urologist and Assistant Urologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ERNEST GEORGE GREY, M. D. 

Instructor in Surgery 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1907 ; Assistant in Anatomy and Student of Medi- 
cine, ibid., 1907-1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; Resident House 
Officer, 1911-1912 ; Assistant Resident Surgeon, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 
Boston, 1912-1916. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



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NORMAN MACDONNELL KEITH, M. D. 
Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., University of Toronto, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; As- 
sistant in Medicine, 1913-1916; Interne, N. Y. Hospital, 1911-13; Assistant in 
Urology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

ROBERT LOUIS LEVY, M. D., 

Instructor in Medicine 

A. B., Yale University, 1909 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913 ; Assistant in 
Medicine, 1914-1916; Resident House Officer, 1913-1914; Assistant Resident 
Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



GROVER FRANCIS POWERS, M. D. 

Instructor in Pediatrics 

S. B., Purdue University, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913 ; Resident 
House Officer, Assistant Resident Pediatrician and Assistant Dispensary Physi- 
cian, 1913-1916 ; Pediatrician in charge of Dispensary. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

WALTER RICHARD HOLMES, Jr., M. D. 
Instructor in Gynecology 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1909 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913 ; 
Resident House Officer and Assistant Resident, 1913-1916 ; Resident Gynecologist. 



The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



ASSISTANTS 

MARJORIE DIETZ BATCHELOR, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915 ; Dispensary 
Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1705 Fairmount Av. 

MILDRED CLARK, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1910 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914 ; Resident 
House Officer, Assistant Resident Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1914-1916 ; 
Biological Laboratory. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

ROSCOE WILLIS HALL, M. D. 

Assistant in Psychiatry 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1908; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912; Interne, 
City Hospital, Bay View, 1912-1913; Assistant Resident and Assistant Dispensary 
Psychiatrist, 1913-1915 ; Dispensary Ps'i/chiati'ist an*d Resident Psychiatrist. 

The Johns Ho'p'kins Hospital 



20 Medical Department [764 

SAMUEL SHELTON W ATKINS, M. D. 

Assistant in Laryngology 

A. B., Central University of Kentucky, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1914 ; Interne, Church Home and Infirmary, 1914 ; Assistant Superintendent, 
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1914-1915 ; Assistant Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

HAROLD LEONARD HIGGINS, A. B. 

Assistant in Pediatrics 

A. B., Harvard University, 1907 ; Instructor in Chemistry, Swarthmore College, 
1907-1908 ; Physiologist, Carnegie Nutrition Laboratory, Boston, 1908-1915. 

1702 N. Broadway 

ALMA HILLER, S. B. 

Assistant in Medicine 

S. B., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1914 ; Graduate Student and Student As- 
sistant in Physiology and Chemistry, ibid., 1914-1915 ; Graduate Student, Har- 
vard Summer School, 1915 ; Chemical Laboratory. 

102 Jackson PI. 

MARION F. HARALSON, M. D. 

Assistant in Bacteriology and Hygiene 
S. B., University of Mississippi, 1911 ; M. D., University of Virginia, 1915. 

806 N. Broadway 

CARL BINGER, M. D. 

Assistant in Pharmacology 

A. B., Harvard University, 1910, and M. D., 1914; Assistant in History of Science, 
Harvard University, 1914 ; Interne, Mass. Gen. Hospital, 1914-1915 ; Sheldon 
Fellowship in Medicine, Harvard University, 1915-1916. 

33 E. Mt. Vernon Place 

H. HAYS BULLARD, M. D. 

Assistant in Pathology 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1908, and A.M., 1909; Ph.D., Tulane University, 
1912 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1916. 

2534 Harford Ave. 

JONATHAN EDWARD BURNS, Jr., M. D. 
Assistant in Urology 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1904 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908 ; In- 
terne, Union Protestant Infirmary, 190S-1909 ; Assistant Resident and Dispensary 
Urologist, 1914-1916 ; Resident Urologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

JAMES JULIAN CHISOLM, M. D. 

Assistant in Laryngology 

A. B., Princeton University, 1911 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1916 ; Assist- 
ant Dispensary Laryngologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



765] Faculty 21 

SAMUEL WALCOTT CLAUSEN, M. D. 
Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Williams College, 1910 ; Graduate Student, Princeton University, 1910- 
1911; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915; Resident House Officer, 1915- 
1916 ; Assistant Resident Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



STANLEY COBB, M. D. 

Assistant in Physiology and Psychiatry 

M. D., Harvard University, 1914 ; Interne, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1915-1916. 

206 E. Chase St. 



WILLIAM COKE DUFFY, M. D. 

Assistant in Surgery 

A. B., Wake Forest College, 1910; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914; Interne, 
City Hospital, Bay View, 1914-1915 ; Assistant in Pathology, 1915-1916 ; Assist- 
ant Resident Surgeon. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



DU MONT F. ELMENDORF, M. D. 

Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Rutgers College, 1911 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1915 ; Interne, 
Children's Hospital School, 1915-1916 ; Assistant Dispensary Surgeon. 



The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



FRANK ALEXANDER EVANS, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1910, and A. M., 1914 ; M. D., Johns 
Hopkins University, 1914 ; Resident House Officer, 1914-1915 ; Assistant Resident 
Pathologist, Presbyterian Hospital, New York, 1915-1916 ; Assistant Resident 
Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 



LLOYD DERR FELTON, M. D. 

Assistant in Pathology 

A. B., Wooster University, 1910 ; Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1910- 
1911 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1916 ; Externe in Pathology, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

1601 N. Broadway 

RAYMOND GARRISON HUSSEY, M. D. 

Assistant in Pathology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1911 ; Resident Pathologist, Bay View. 

City Hospital, Bay View 



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LINDE BARTELS LANGE, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1903; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911; Interne, 
N. Y. Infirmary for Women and Children, 1911-12 ; Fellow in Pathology, Rocke- 
feller Institute, 1912-1914; Pathologist, H. A. Kelly Hospital, 1914-1915; In- 
structor in Pathology, University of Wisconsin, 1915-1916 ; Laboratory of Phipps 
Tuberculosis Dispensary. 

233 W. Preston St. 

JOSEPH SELL LAWRENCE, M. D. 

Assistant in Bacteriology and Hygiene 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1904, and A.M., 1912; M. D., Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1916. 

810 N. Broadway 

JOHN CUSHMAN LYMAN, M. D. 

Assistant in Pathology 

S. B., Whitman College, 1909; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1913; Interne, 
Union Protestant Infirmary, 1913-1914; Resident Physician, Hebrew Hospital, 
1914-1916; Assistant Resident Pathologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CHARLES LEE MCCARTHY, M. D. 

Assistant in Laryngology 

S. B., Princeton University, 1912; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1916; Assist- 
ant Dispensary Laryngologist. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

JOHN GARDNER MURRAY, Jr., M.D. 

Assistant in Obstetrics 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1911, and M. D., 1915; Resident House Officer 
and Assistant Dispensary Obstetrician, 1915-1916 ; Assistant Resident Obstet- 
rician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

CLARENCE ADOLPH NEYMANN, M. D. 

Assistant in Psychiatry 

A. B., Harvard University, 1909 ; M. D., University of Heidelberg, 1915 ; in charge 
of Laboratory of Internal Medicine, Phipps Psychiatric Clinic. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

JOHN WILLIAM PIERSON, M.D. 

Assistant in Roentgenology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1905 ; Assistant Roentgenologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

2713 N. Calvert St. 

HENRY BARBER RICHARDSON, M.D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Harvard University, 1910, and M. D., 1914 ; House Officer, Peter Bent 
Brigham Hospital, 1915-1916. 

902 St. Paul St. 



767] Faculty 23 

VIRGIL PRESTON WILLIS SYDENSTRICKER, M. D. 

Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1910, and A. M., 1911 ; M. D., Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1915 ; Resident House Officer, 1915-1916 ; Assistant Resident 
Physician. 

The Johns Hopkins Hospital 

GEORGE BERNAYS WISLOCKI, M. D. 

Assistant in Anatomy 
A. B., Washington University (St. Louis), 1912; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 

1916 - 1113 N. Caroline St. 

C. VERNON LYNCH, A. B. 
Lecture Assistant 
A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914 ; Graduate Student, ibid., 1914-16. 

2645 N. Charles St. 

HORACE GRAY, M. D., 

Voluntary Assistant in Medicine 

A. B., Harvard University, 1909, and M. D., 1914. 8 E. Read St. 

NATHAN WORTH BROWN, M. D. 

Voluntary Assistant in Medicine 

S. B., Denison University, 1900; M. D., Western Reesrve University, 1903; Resi- 
dent Physician, Charity Hospital, Cleveland, 1903-1905 ; Visiting Physician, St. 
Vincent's Hospital, Toledo, 1907-1909 ; Visiting Physician, University Hospital, 
Nanking, 1912- ; Prof, of Clinical Medicine, University of Nanking Medical 

School, 1913-. 122 6 N. Calvert St. 



CLINICAL STAFF 

PROFESSORS 

LEWELLYS FRANKLIN BARKER, M. D., LL. D. 

Professor of Clinical Medicine 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1890, and M. D. (Hon.), 1905; LL. D., Queen's 
University, 1908, and McGill University, 1911 ; House Officer, Toronto General 
Hospital, 1890-91 ; Assistant Resident Physician, Assistant Resident and Resi- 
dent Pathologist and Physician-in-Chief, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-1900, 
and 1905-1914 ; Fellow in Pathology, Johns Hopkins University, 1892-94, Asso- 
ciate in Aanatomy, 1894-97, Associate Professor of Anatomy, 1897-99, and Asso- 
ciate Professor of Pathology, 1899-1900, and Professor of Medicine, 1905-1914 ; 
Professor and Head of the Department of Anatomy, University of Chicago, 1900- 
04, and Professor of Medicine, Rush Medical College, 1904-05 ; Visiting Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 1035 N. Calvert St. 

WILLIAM SYDNEY THAYER, M. D., LL. D., Hon. F. R. C. P. I. 

Professor of Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Harvard University, 1885, and M. D., 1889 ; LL. D., Washington College, 
1907 ; Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, 1912 ; 
Resident Physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-1898 ; Associate in Medi- 
cine, 1899-1905, and Associate Physician, 1905-14 ; Associate and Associate 
Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1905 ; Visiting Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 406 Cathedral St. 



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JOHN MILLER TURPIN FINNEY, M. D. 

Professor of Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Princeton University, 1884 ; M. D., Harvard University, 1888 ; Surgeon to 
the Union Protestant Infirmary ; Associate and Associate Professor of Surgery, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1893-1912 ; Associate in Surgery, 1891-1912, and 
Associate Surgeon, 1912-1914 ; Visiting Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1300 Eutaw Place 



CLINICAL PROFESSORS 

SAMUEL THEOBALD, M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1867 ; Surgeon to the Baltimore Eye, Ear and 
Throat Charity Hospital, and Consulting Surgeon, South Baltimore Eye, Ear, 
Nose and Throat Hospital; Ophthalmologist in charge Dispensary, and Visiting 
Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

968 N. Howard St. 

HENRY M. THOMAS, M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Neurology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1884; A.M. (Hon.), Johns Hopkins University, 
1902 ; Consulting Neurologist, City Hospital, Bay View ; Neurologist in charge. 
Dispensary, and Visiting Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1228 Madison Av. 

JERE WILLIAMS LORD, M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1884 ; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1887 ; 
Dermatologist in charge, Dispensary, and Visiting Dermatologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

1011 N. Charles St. 

THOMAS CASPAR GILCHRIST, M. D., M. R. C. S., L. S. A. (Eng.) 

Clinical Professor of Dermatology 

M. R. C. S., and L. S. A., London, 1887; M. D. (Hon.), University of Maryland, 
1907 ; President and Vice-Pres. American Dermatological Association, 1905- 
1909 ; Corresponding Member, Berliner Dermatologische Gesellschaft ; Honorary 
Member of the Society of Dermatology and Syphilis of Italy ; Dermatologist in 
charge, Dispensary, and Visiting Dermatologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

330 N. Charles St. 

HENRY JOHNS BERKLEY, M. D., Sc. D. 

Clinical Professor of Psychiatry 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1881; D. Sc. (Hon), 1907; Consulting Neurologist, 
St. Joseph's Hospital ; Visiting Physician, City Detention Hospital, Bay View. 

1305 Park Av. 

HUGH HAMPTON YOUNG, M. D. 

Clinical Professor of Urology 

A. B. and A. M., University of Virginia, 1893, and M. D., 1894 ; Assistant Resi- 
dent Surgeon, 1895-98 ; Associate in Surgery, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1898-1914 ; Instructor, Associate and Associate Professor in Genito-Urinary 
Surgery, Johns Hopkins University, 1893-1914 ; Visiting Urologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

330 N. Charles St. 



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WILLIAM DAVID BOOKER, M. D. 

Clinical Professor Emeritus of Pediatrics 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1867 ; Visiting Physician, St. Agnes Hospital, 1894- 
95 ; Physician in charge of the Thomas Wilson Sanitarium, Baltimore, 1881-98 ; 
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 1889-1909 ; Asso- 
ciate in Pediatrics, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dispensary, 1889-1909. 

208 W. Monument St. 



ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS 

WILLIAM WOOD RUSSELL, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Gynecology 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1890; Resident and Associate in Gynecology, 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1894-1914 ; Associate in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1895-99 ; Assistant Visiting Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital. 

1208 Eutaw Place 

THOMAS STEPHEN CULLEN, M. B. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Gynecology 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1890 ; Assistant Resident, Resident, and Associate 
in Gynecology, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1892-1914 ; Instructor and Associate 
in Gynecology, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1899 ; Assistant Visiting Gyne- 
cologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

20 E. Eager St. 

ROBERT LEE RANDOLPH, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology and Otology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1884, and A. M. (Hon.). Johns Hopkins University, 
1902; Assistant in Ophthalmology, Vienna Polyclinic, 1886; Associate in Oph- 
thalmology and Otology, Johns Hopkins University, 1896-1901 ; Ophthalmologist 
in charge, Dispensary, and Assistant Visiting Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

609 Park Av. 

THOMAS BARNES FUTCHER, M. B. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

M. B., University of Toronto, 1893 ; Assistant Resident, Resident, and Associate 
in Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1894-1914 ; Instructor and Associate in 
Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1896-1901 ; Physician in charge, Dis- 
pensary, and Assistant Visiting Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

23 W. Franklin St. 

JOSEPH COLT BLOODGOOD, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1888 ; M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1891 ; 
Resident Surgeon, 1893-97, and Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
1897-1914 ; Assistant, Instructor, and Associate in Surgery, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1895-1903 ; Assistant Visiting Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

904 N. Charles St. 



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Medical Department 



[770 



WILLIAM STEVENSON BAER, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1894, and M. D., 1898 ; Assistant, Instructor, 
and Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, 1900-1910 ; Resident House Officer, 
Assistant Resident Surgeon and Associate in Orthopedic Surgery, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital, 1898-1914 ; Surgeon in charge, Orthopedic Dispensary, and 
Assistant Visiting Orthopedic Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins IJospltal. 

4 E. Madison St. 



THOMAS RICHMOND BOGGS, M.D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

B., University of Georgia, 1896 ; Graduate Student, 1896-97 ; M. D., Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1901 ; Assistant and Associate in Medicine, 1903-11 ; Resident 
House Officer, Assistant Resident and Resident Physician, 1901-1911 ; Physician- 
in-Chief, City Hospital, Baltimore ; Assistant Visiting Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

21 W. Chase St. 



LOUIS VIRGIL HAMMAN, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1896 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1896-97, M. D., 1901, and Assistant, Instructor and Associate in Medicine, 1903- 
1915 ; House Physician, New York Hospital, 1902-1903 ; Physician in charge, 
Phipps Dispensary, 1905-1915 ; Physician in charge Dispensary and Assistant 
Visiting Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

714 Park Av. 



JOHN TIMOTHY GERAGHTY, M.D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Urology 

A. B., St. Thomas College, 1895 ; Ph. B., St. Paul Seminary, 1897 ; Graduate 
Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1897-1898 ; M. D., 1903 ; Assistant Instructor 
and Associate in Genito-Urinary Diseases, 1907-15 ; Resident House Officer, 1903- 
1904 ; Consulting Urologist, City Hospital, Bay View ; Assistant Visiting Urolo- 
gist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

330 N. Charles St. 



FREDERICK HARRY BAETJER, M. D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Roentgenology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, M. D., 1901 ; Assistant and Associate 
in Surgery, 1903-1906; Resident House Officer, 1901-02; Roentgenologist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

4 E. Madison St. 



SAMUEL JAMES CROWE, M.D. 

Associate Professor of Clinical Laryngology 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1904 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908 ; As- 
sistant in Surgery and Associate in Clinical Laryngology, 1908-1916 ; Assistant 
Resident Surgeon, 1909-1910; Loryngologist in charge Dispensary, and Visiting 
Laryngologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1206 Linden Av. 



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LECTURERS 

CHARLES WARDELL STILES, Ph.D., D. Sc, LL. D. 

Lecturer on Medical Zoology 

A.M., Ph.D., University of Leipzig, 1890; M.S. (Hon.), Wesleyan University, 
1896; D. Sc. (Hon.), Wesleyan University, 1906, aiul Yale University, 1915; 
LL. D., University of North Carolina, 1913; M. D. (Hon.), University College 
of Medicine, Richmond, 1914 ; Corresponding Member, Society of Biology and 
Academy of Medicine (Paris) ; Zoologist, U. S. Bureau of Animal Industry, 1891- 
1902 ; Professor of Zoology, of U. S. Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. ; 
Secretary, International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature. 

Hygienic Laboratory, 25th and E Sts., N. W., Washington. 



CHARLES CASPARI, Je. 

Lecturer in Pharmacy 

Ph. G., Maryland College of Pharmacy, 1869; Phar. D., University of Maryland, 
1905 ; Professor of Pharmacy and Dean of Faculty, University of Maryland. 

1129 Harlem Ave. 

*HANS LIEB, Ph. D. 
Lecturer on Special Analytical Methods 
Assistant in Physiological Chemistry, University of Graz, Austria. 



ASSOCIATES 

FRANK ROBERT SMITH, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A.M., University of Cambridge (England), 1882; M. D., University of Maryland, 
1891 ; Assistant Resident Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1891-93 ; In- 
structor in Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, 1895-1901 ; Dispensary Physi- 
cian, Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1126 Cathedral St. 

GUY LeROY HUNNER, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Gynecology 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897, and 
Instructor in Gynecology, 1901-1902 ; Resident House Officer, Assistant Resi- 
dent, Resident Gynecologist, and Associate in Gynecology, 1897-1914 ; Assistant 
Visiting Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2305 St. Paul St. 

LOUIS PHILIP HAMBURGER, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1893, M. D., 1897, Assistant and Instructor 
in Medicine, 1899-1904 ; Resident House Officer, 1897-98 ; Dispensary Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1207 Eutaw Place 

* Absent on leave. 



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THOMAS RICHARDSON BROWN, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1892, M. D., 1897, Instructor in Medicine, 
1899-1904 ; Resident House Officer, 1897-98 ; Physician in charge, Gastro- 
intestinal Diseases, Dispensary, and Assistant Visiting Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. ^ ^ ^^ ^ 

RICHARD HOLDEN FOLLIS, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Surgery 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1895 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and In- 
structor in Surgery, 1902-1905 ; Externe, Assistant Resident, Resident Surgeon, 
and Associate in Surgery, 1899-1914 ; Dispensary Surgeon, and Assistant Visit- 
ing Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

3 E. Read St. 

* ELIZABETH HURDON, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Gynecology 

M. D., Trinity University (Toronto), 1895; Assistant and Instructor in Gynecology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1900-1908. 

31 W. Preston St, 

JAMES HALL MASON KNOX, Jr., Ph.D., M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Pediatrics 

A. B., Yale University, 1892, and Ph. D., 1894 ; A. M., Lafayette College, 1896 ; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1898 ; Assistant and Instructor in Pedia- 
trics, 1902-1909; Resident House Officer, 1S98-1899 ; Physician in charge, the 
Thomas Wilson Sanitarium ; Dispensary Pediatrician, and Assistant Visiting 
Pediatrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

804 Cathedral St. 

EDWARD HENDERSON RICHARDSON, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Gynecology 

A. B., Hampden-Sidney College, 1900 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1900-1901, and M. D., 1905 ; Instructor in Gynecology, 1910-1912 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, and Assistant Resident and Resident Gynecologist, 1905-1910 ; 
Consulting Gynecologist, City Hospital, Bay View ; Gynecologist in charge, 
Dispensary, and Assistant Visiting Gynecologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

216 E. Preston St. 

JOHN ARTHUR LUETSCHER, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1895 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899 ; 
Assistant and Instructor in Medicine, 1905-1913 ; Resident House Officer, 1899- 
1900 ; House Physician, City Hospital, Boston, 1900-1901 ; Dispensary Physician, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 1025 Madison Av. 

KARL MILLER WILSON, M. D. 
Associate in Clinical Obstetrics 

M. D. C. M., McGill University, 1908 ; House Surgeon, Montreal General Hospital, 
1908-1909 ; Interne, Assistant Resident, and Resident Obstetrician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital, 1909-1912 ; Assistant and Instructor in Obstetrics, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1910-1912 ; Resident Gynecologist, Royal Victoria Hospital, 
Montreal, 1912-19i3 ; Assistant Visiting Obstetrician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

, 23 W. Chase St. 

* Absent on leave. 



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CHARLES ROBERT AUSTRIAN, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1904, and M. D., 1909 ; Resident House officer, 
and Assistant Resident Physician, 1909-1915 ; Dispensary Physician, Phipps Dis- 
pensary, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1417 Eutaw Place 

WALTER ALBERT BAETJER, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1905, and M. D., 1909 ; Resident House Officer 
and Assistant Resident, 1909-1914 ; Resident Physician, City Hospital, Bay View, 
1911-1912; Instructor in Medicine, 1912-1915; Assistant in Clinical Laboratory. 

16 W. Madison St. 

EDGAR RANDOLPH STROBEL, M. D. 
Associate in Clinical Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1895, and M. D., 1899; Assistant and Instructor 
in Dermatology, 1903-1916 ; Consulting Dermatologist, City Hospital, Bay View ; 
Dispensary Dermatologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

330 N. Charles St. 

GEORGE E. BENNETT, M. D. 

Associate in Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1909 ; Instructor in Clinical Orthopedic Surgery, 
1914-1916 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

4 E. Madison St. 



INSTRUCTORS 

JAMES JOSEPH MILLS, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Ophthalmology 

. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1889 ; Assistant in Ophthalmology and Otology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1903-04 ; Consulting Ophthalmologist, City Hospital, 
Bay View, and Dispensary Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

853 Park Av. 



JACOB HALL PLEASANTS, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1S95, and M. D., 1899; Assistant in Medicine, 
1900-1905 ; Resident House Officer, 1899-1900 ; President, Board of Supervisors 
of City Charities ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

806 University Parkway 

WILLIAM RUSH DUNTON, Jr., M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Psychiatry 

S. B., Haverford College, 1889, and A. M„ 1890 ; M. D., University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1893 : Assistant Physician, Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital ; Assistant 
in Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University, 1906 ; Dispensary Psychiatrist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

E. Evesham Av., Govans 



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JOSEPH ALBERT CHATARD, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Loyola College, 1898 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 1898- 
1899, and M. D., 1903 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1905-1907 ; Assistant Resident 
Physician, St. Joseph's Hospital, 1903-1904 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

40 W. Biddle St. 

NATHAN EDMONDSON BERRY IGLEHART, M.D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1889 ; Assistant in Surgery, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1900-1909 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1012 Cathedral St. 

GEORGE LANE TANEYHILL, Jb., M.D. 

Instructor in Clinical Neurology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1900, M. D., 1904 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1905- 
1909 ; Externe, the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1904-1905 ; Dispensary Neurologist, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1402 Eutaw Place 

CHARLES WILLIAM LARNED, M.D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1893 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1906-1909; Resident Physician, Free Lying- in- Hospital, University 
of Maryland, 1893-1894 ; Resident Physician, Hospital for Women of Maryland, 
1894-1895 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1327 Park Av. 

HENRY LEE SMITH, M. D., F. R. S. A. (Lond.) 
Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1894; A.M. (Hon.), St. John's College (Mary- 
land), 1909; Fellow, Royal Society of Arts, London, 1914, and of the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science, 1914 ; Assistant in Medicine, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1906-1909 ; Resident Physician, Hospital for Women of 
Maryland, 1895-1896 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2701 N. Calvert St. 

SAMUEL WOLMAN, M.D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906 ; Assistant in Medicine, 
1907-1909 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2407 Madison Av. 

JOHN HENDRICKEN KING, M.D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1899, and Graduate Student, 1899-1902 ; M. D„ 
1906 ; Assistant and Instructor in Medicine and Pathological Physiology, 1906- 
1909 ; Assistant Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1227 N. Calvert St. 



775] Faculty 31 

CHARLES METCALFE BYRNES, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Neurology 

S. B., University of North Carolina, 1902 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1906 ; Adjunct Professor of Anatomy, University of Virginia, 1908-1809 ; 
Dispensary Neurologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

207 E. Preston St. 

JOHN STAIGE DAVIS, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1895 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1899-1900 ; Resident Physician, Union Protestant Infirmary, 
1900-1903 ; Dispensary Surgeon, and Assistant Visiting Surgeon, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

1200 Cathedral St. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER FISHER, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Princeton University, 1896 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1900 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1900-1901 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

715 Park Av. 

OMAR BORTON PANCOAST, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

S. B., Swarthmore College, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1897 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1897-1898 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1111 N. Charles St. 

BERTRAM MOSES BERNHEIM, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1901; M. D., 1905; Assistant in Surgery, 1911- 
1913 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2319 Linden Av. 

DAVID ISRAEL MACHT, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine and Lecture Assistant in 

Pharmacology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906 ; LL. B., Hamilton College 
of Law, Chicago, 1915 ; Assistant in Medicine, 1911-1913 ; Harvard Summer 
School, 1903-1905; Vol. Asst. Klinik, Prof. Landau, Berlin, 1906-1907; Dispen- 
sary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

3218 Auchentoroly Terr. 

HARVEY BRINTON STONE, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906 ; Resident House Officer. 
1906-1907; Adjunct Professor of Surgery, University of Virginia, 1907-1910: 
Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

214 E. Preston St. 



32 Medical Department [776 

ALBERT KEIDEL, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1900, and M. D., 1903 ; Clinical Assistant in 
Medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1903-1906 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

847 Park Av. 

ROADES FAYERWEATHER, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Orthopedic Surgery 

A. B., Harvard University, 1899 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1903 ; Assist- 
ant in Orthopedic Surgery, 1905-1914 ; Orthopedic Surgeon, Carney Hospital, 
Boston, 1903-1904 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

529 N. Charles St. 

ROBERT WILLIAM BAINBRIDGE MAYO, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Maryland Agricultural College, 1003, and M. S., 1904 ; M. D., Johns Hop- 
kins University, 1908 ; Supt. Gulf Coast Sanatorium, Mississippi, 1908-1909 ; 
Assistant Resident, Church Home and Infirmary, 1909-1910 ; Resident Surgeon, 
Hospital for Women of Maryland, 1910-1912 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

819 N. Charles St. 

SYDNEY ROBOTHAM MILLER, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

S. B., New York University, 1905 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1910 ; Resi- 
dent House Officer, 1910-1911 ; Assistant in Clinical Medicine in charge of Lab- 
oratory Internal Medicine, 1913-1915 ; Assistant in Clinical Laboratory and Dis- 
pensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2802 Elsinore Av. 

EMIL NOVAK, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Gynecology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1904 ; Associate Professor of Gynecology, College 
of Physicians and Surgeons. 

26 E. Preston St. 

MARTIN FRANCIS SLOAN, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Medicine 

M. D., Baylor University, 1907; Assistant in Clinical Medicine, 1910-1915; Resi- 
dent Physician, Eudowood Sanatorium ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. 

Eudowood 

FREDERICK WILLIAM HOBELMAN, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Urology 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1901 ; Dispensary Urologist, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. . . 

33 Gunther Building 

HARRY LOUIS HOMER, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Surgery 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1904 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital. _ , 

714 Park At. 



777] Faculty 33 

LLOYD WARREN KETRON, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Dermatology 

A. B., Grant University, 1907 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911 ; Assistant 
in Clinical Dermatology, 1914-1916 ; Assistant Dispensary Dermatologist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

529 N. Charles St. 

HARRY RICHMOND SLACK, Jr., M. D. 
Instructor in Clinical Laryngology 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1908 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1912 ; 
Assistant Dispensary Laryngologist. 

1100 N. Charles St. 

JOHN SCOTT WILLOCK, M. D. 

Instructor in Clinical Dermatology 

S. B., Princeton University, 1900 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1904 ; Resi- 
dent Physician, Allegheny General Hospital, 1904-1905 ; Assistant in Clinical 
Dermatology, 1914-1916 ; Assistant Dispensary Dermatologist, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

Englewood Rd. and Falls Rd. Terr., Roland Park. 



ASSISTANTS 

EUGENE JOSEPH LEOPOLD, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1901 ; M. D., 1905 ; Graduate Student, Uni- 
versity of Berlin ; " Volunteer " Stadisches Krankeuhaus, Munich, and Graduate 
Student, London, 1905-1907 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

803 Park Av. 

HOWARD ELMER ASHBURY, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Surgery 

Ph. G., Maryland College of Pharmacy, 1899 ; M. D., University of Maryland, 
1908 ; Dispensary Surgeon, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

827 N. Charles St. 

TRIGANT BURROW, M. D., Ph.D. 

Assistant in Clinical Psychiatry 

A. B., Fordham University, 1895 ; M. D., University of Virginia, 1899 ; Demon- 
strator in Biology, University of Virginia, 1899-1900 ; Graduate Student, Path- 
ology and Bacteriology, and Philology, 1901-1903 ; Assistant in Psychology, 
Johns Hopkins University, 1906-1909, and Ph. D., 1909 ; Assistant Dispensary 
Psychiatrist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Washington Apts. 

ISAAC ROSENBAUM PELS, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Dermatology 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1902, and M. D., 1906 ; Interne, the Jewiih 
Hospital, Philadelphia, 1906-1907 ; Externe in Medicine and Surgery, 1907-1909 : 
Interne, Union Protestant Infirmary, Baltimore, 1908 ; Dispensary Dermatologist, 
the Johns Hopkins Hospital 

922 W. North Ave. 



34 Medical Department [778 

LEO JOHN GOLDBACH, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology 

A. B., Loyola College, 1901 ; M. D., University of Maryland, 1905 ; Surgeon, 
Presbyterian Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital ; Dispensary Ophthalmologist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

322 N. Charles St. 

LLOYD BANKSON WHITHAM, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1910 ; Assistant Surgeon, Baltimore Eye, Ear 
and Throat Charity Hospital ; Consulting Ophthalmologist, Robert Garrett 
Hospital ; Dispensary Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1007 N. Calvert St. 

MARY ASHMUN HODGE, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1908, and Graduate Student, 1909-1910; 
M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914 ; Physician in charge of Dispensary Lab- 
oratory, 1914-1915 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2218 N. Charles St. 

CAROLINE BENSON TOWLES, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Woman's College of Baltimore, 1893 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 
1905 ; Assistant in Pediatrics, 1913-1914 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. 

1006 Madison Ave. 

HIRAM FRIED, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1907, and M. D., 1911 ; Assistant Dispensary 
Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

2551 Madison Av. 

ISIDORE I. HIRSCHMAN, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1911 ; Assistant Dispensary Physician, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. „ ,. 

2516 Madison Ave. 

EDWARD VINCENT COOLAHAN, M. D. 

Asisstant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Rock Hill College, 1903 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1908 ; Resident 
Physician, St. Vincent's Hospital, 1910 ; Dispensary Physician, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. „ t „ _ , . . 

24 N. Fulton Av. 

HOAGLAND COOK DAVIS, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Laryngology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1902 ; Assistant Dispensary Laryngologist, the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital. ArKm __ _, , a , 

405 N. Charles St. 



779] Faculty 35 

JOSEPH EDWARD GATELY, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Dermatology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1902 ; Assistant Dispensary Dermatologist, the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Ill S. Broadway 

MOSES RANDOLPH KAHN, M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1912 ; Dispensary Ophthalmologist, the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital. 

1410 Madison Av. 

JOHN THEODORE KING, Jr., M. D. 

Assistant in Clinical Medicine 

A. B., Princeton University, 1910 ; M. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914 ; Re- 
sident House Officer and Assistant Resident Physician, 1914-1916 ; Dispensary 
Physician, the Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

1425 Eutaw Place 

GEORGE LEWIS STICKNEY, M. D. 

Voluntary Assistant in Clinical Gynecology 

M. D., University of Maryland, 1910. 

6 E. Read St. 



36 Medical Department [780 

ADVISORY BOARD OF THE MEDICAL FACULTY 



Frank J. Goodnow 

(President) , William H. Howell, 

William H. Welch, J. Whitridge Williams (Dean), 

Henry M. Hurd, Adolf Meyer, 

William S. Halsted, Winford Smith, 

Howard A. Kelly, Walter Jones, 

Franklin P. Mall, John Howland, 

John J. Abel, Theodore C. Janeway. 

The Board was constituted by resolution of the Trustees (April 
3, 1893), "to report to the Trustees from time to time their sug- 
gestions and to prepare and carry forward the proper arrangements 
for the instruction and graduation of medical students." 



STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE FACULTY 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

The President of the University, The Dean of the Medical Faculty, 
The Superintendent of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 

COMMITTEE ON THE LIBRARY 

William H. Howell (Chairman), The University Librarian, 
John J. Abel, J. Whitridge Williams, 

Walter Jones, John Howland, 

Franklin P. Mall, Theodore C. Janeway, 

William S. Halsted. 

COMMITTEE ON ADMISSION 

The Dean (Chairman), Walter Jones, 

John J. Abel, Franklin P. Mall, 

William W. Ford, Florence R. Sabin, 

William H. Howell, William H. Welch, 

Warren H. Lewis. 

COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATIONS FOR THE 
FIRST AND SECOND YEARS OF THE COURSE 

William H. Howell, Chairman. 
This Committee consists of the Professors and Associate Pro- 
fessors instructing first and second year students. 



781] Committees and Other Officers 37 

COMMITTEE ON INSTRUCTION AND EXAMINATIONS FOB THE 
THIRD AND FOURTH YEARS OF THE COURSE 

J. Whitridge Williams, Chairman. 
This Committee consists of the Professors and Associate Professors 
instructing third and fourth year students. 

COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE INSTRUCTION 

The Dean (Chairman), Winford Smith. 

Lewellys F. Barker, 

COMMITTEE ON THE CATALOGUE AND ANNOUNCEMENT 

The Dean (Chairman), Franklin P. Mall, 

William H. Howell, William H. Welch. 

The Dean is ex officio member of all committees. 



OTHER OFFICERS 



M. Llewellyn Kaney 4117 Penhurst Av., W. Arlington. 

Librarian of the University. 
Thomas R. Ball 3102 Walbrook Av. 

Registrar of the University. 

George J. Coy 2403 Elsinore Av., Walbrook 

Registrar of the Medical Department 



Medical Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 



Lewellys F. Barker, Theodore C. Janeway, 

John M. T. Finney, Adolf Meyer, 

William S. Halsted, Winford Smith, 

Howard A. Kelly, William S. Thayer, 

John Howland, William H. Welch, 

Henry M. Hurd, J. Whitridge Williams. 

Under the rules and regulations of the Johns Hopkins Hospital 
it is "the duty of the Medical Board to advise the Trustees in all 
matters relating to the welfare of the Hospital." 



38 Medical Department [782 

THE MEDICAL STAFF OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS 
HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY* 



Superintendent .Winford Smith. 

Assistant Superintendent Ralph B. Seem. 

" " Lewis A. Sexton. 

" " L. Palmeb Holmes. 

Physician-in-Chief Theodoee C. Janeway. 

Associate Physician Heeman O. Mosenthal. 

Paul W. Clough. 
" " Clyde G. Guthrie. 

Assistant Physician Eleveth W. Bridgman. 

" " Allen K. Krause. 

Surgeon-vn-Chief William S. Halsted. 

Associate Surgeon George J. Heuer. 

" " Emil Goetsch. 

Gynecologist-in-Chief Howard A. KELLY.f 

Oostetrician-in-Chief J. Whitridge Williams. 

Pediatrician-in-Chief John Howland. 

Associate Pediatrician Edwards A. Park. 

" " Williams McK. Marriott. 

Psychiatrist -in-Chief Adolf Meyer. 

Associate Psychiatrist , C. Macfie Campbell. 

Pathologist William H. Welch. 

Associate Pathologist Milton C. Winternitz. 



Visiting Physician Lewellys F. Barker. 

" " William S. Thayer. 

Assistant Visiting Physician Thomas B. Futcher. 

" " " Louis Hamman. 

" " " Thomas R. Boggs. 

" " " Thomas R. Brown. 

Visiting Surgeon John M. T. Finney. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon Joseph C. Bloodgood. 

« " " Richard H. Follis. 

" " " William S. Baer 

(Orthopedic Surgeon), 

" " " Samuel J. Crowe 
(Laryngologist), 

* Corrected to September 1, 1916. 

t Absent on leave September 1, 1916, to September 1, 1917. 



783] Hospital Staff 39 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon John Staige Davis. 

William A. Fisher, Jb. 

George Walkeb. 

George E. Bennett. 

Visiting Urologist Hugh H. Young. 

Assistant Visiting Urologist John T. Geraghty. 

Assistant in Urology David M. Davis. 

" Norman M. Keith. 

William S. Gorton. 

John A. C. Colston. 
" " " William A. Frontz. 

Assistant Visiting Gynecologist . . William W. Russell. 

THOMAS S. CULLEN.* 

Guy L. Hunner. 
• Edward H. Richardson. 

Assistant Visiting Obstetrician . . . Karl M. Wilson. 
" " Everett D. Plass. 

Visiting Neurologist Henry M. Thomas. 

Visiting Ophthalmologist Samuel Theobald. 

Visiting Ophthalmologist Robert L. Randolph. 

Visiting Dermatologist T. Caspar Gilchrist. 

" J. Williams Lord. 

Roentgenologist Frederick H. Baetjer. 

Assistant Roentgenologist Charles A. Waters. 

" J. William Pierson. 

University Appointees Working 

in Hospital Laboratories Alma Hiller 

( Chemical Laboratory ) . 
Mildred Clark.! 

( Biological Laboratory ) . 

Assistant in Pathology Henry C. Schmeisser. 

Resident Physician Arthur L. Bloomfield. 

Assistant Resident Physician Robert L. Levy. 

Frank A. Evans. 
" " V. P. W. Sydenstricker. 

" S. W. Clausen. 

Resident Physician in Charge of 

Private Wards Thomas P. Sprunt. 

Assistant Resident Physician David W. Carter, Jr. 

" " George H. Preston. 

« Fred H. Kruse. 



* Acting Gynecologist-in-Chief, September 1, 1916, to September, 1917. 
f Mary Putnam Jacobi Fellowship. 



40 



Medical Department [784 



Assistant Resident Physician ... .Verne R. Mason. 

Resident Surgeon Walter E. Dandy. 

Assistant Resident Surgeon Mont R. Reid. 

« « " George R. Dunn. 

« « « Harvey H. Musseb. 

« « « William C. Duffy. 

st « « s. Shelton Watkins. 

Externe in Surgery Roger P. Batchelor. 

Resident Urologist Jonathan E. Burns, Jr. 

Assistant Resident Urologist Howard L. Cecil. 

« « « Edward G. Davis. 

Resident Gynecologist Walter R. Holmes. 

Assistant Resident Gynecologist . .Henry N. Shaw. 

« « « Herbert M. N. Wynne. 

« « « Lawrence R. Wharton. 

Resident Obstetrician Daniel Davis. 

Assistant Resident Obstetrician .. John G. Murray, Jr. 

Resident Pediatrician Kenneth D. Blackfan. 

Asst. Resident Pediatrician Thomas M. Rivers. 

„ « « Kenneth F. Maxcy. 

Resident Psychiatrist Roscoe W. Hall. 

Asst. Resident Psychiatrist .Augusta R. Scott. 

„ « « Nathaniel H. Brush. 

Acting Resident Pathologist Montrose T. Burrows. 

Assistant Resident Pathologist. . .Stanhope Bayne-Jones. 
„ « « John C. Lyman. 

(( u « Admont H. Clark. 

Externe in Pathology Ll°yd Helton. 

Resident House Officers: 

I C. Barclay, P- * McGuire. 

H C. Bean, M. K. Miller. 

S. Blanton, J- E. Moore. 

H. B. Conrad. J- R - Oliver, 

J. P. Eidson, S. O. Reese, 

J. A. Ethertdge, H. W. Reid, 

r E. Fairbank, E. L. Richards, 

P. Greenacre, E. E. Roberts, 

J. W. Harris, C. E. Sevier, 

G. A. Harrop, D. C. W. Smith, 

I K. LOVETT, D. G. SMITH, 

W. B. Martin, A. C. Sutton, 

L. K. McCafferty, T. L. Sutton. 

C. L. McCarthy, 



785] Hospital Staff 41 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

Physician-in-Chief Theodore C. Janeway. 

Surgeon-in-Chief William S. Halsted. 

Gynecologist-in-Chief Howard A. Kelly. 

Obstetrician-ih-Chief J. Whitridge Williams. 

Psychiatrist-in-Chief Adolf Meyer. 

Pediatrician-in-Chief John Howland. 



DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE 

A — General Medicine: 

Physician in Charge Thomas B. Futcher. 

" " Louis V. Hamman. 

Dispensary Physician Frank R. Smith. 

" Louis P. Hamburger. 

" Joseph A. Chatard. 

" Henry Lee Smith. 

" Charles W. Larned. 

" Eugene J. Leopold. 

" " Samuel Wolman. 

" " David I. Macht. 

" " J. Hall Pleasants. 

" " , Eveleth W. Bridgman. 

" " Caroline B. Towles. 

" " David C. Street. 

" John T. King, Jr. 

Assistant Dispensary Physician . . William K. Skilling. 
" " " Henry B. Athey. 

" " « Harry Goldberg. 

" " " Harry Goldsmith. 

" " Henry R. Carter, Jr. 

Dispensary Laboratory Marjorie D. Batchelor. 

B — Clinical Neurology: 

Neurologist in Charge Henry M. Thomas. 

Dispensary Neurologist G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr. 

" ■ Charles M. Byrnei. 

Asst. Dispensary Neurologist Robert A. Warner. 

" " ■ Andrew C. Gillis. 

" " Daniel D. V. Stuart. 



42 



Medical Department [786 

C — Phipps Dispensary : 



Physician in Charge Allen K. Kbause. 

Dispensary Physician Chaeles R. Austrian. 

« « Maetin F. Sloan. 

(( it EDWAED V. COOLAHAN. 

» « Isidore I. Hirschman. 

« « Mary A. Hodge. 

Assistant Dispensary Physician . . John Girdwood. 
a « . « Hiram Fried. 

p — Qastro-Intestinal Diseases : 

Physician in Charge Thomas R. Brown. 

Assistant Dispensary Physician. .Ernest H. Gaither. 

« « « Elmer B. Freeman. 

« « « Edgar P. Sandrock. 

u « « John H. King. 

« « « Randolph A. Michelson. 

E — Diseases of Metabolism: 

Physician in Charge Herman 0. Mosenthal. 

Dispensary Physician John H. King. 

« « Eugene J. Leopold. 

« « Samuel W. Clausen. 

F — Department " L " : 

Chairman, Committee in Charge .. George Walker. 
Dispensary Physician Albert Keidel. 

« « Thomas R. Boggs. 

Assistant Dispensary Physician .. Lloyd W. Ketron. 

« « « Harry H. Robinson. 

« « « Robert W. B. Mayo. 

« « « George H. White, Jr. 

« « « Jesse W. Downey. 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 

A — General Surgery 

Surgeon in Charge Emil Goetsch. 

Dispensary Surgeon Richabd H. Follis. 

« « Omar B. Pancoast. 

« a J. Staige Davis. 



787] Hospital Staff 43 

Dispensary Surgeon William A. Fishee. 

" " Bertram M. Bernheim. 

" " Harvey B. Stone. 

" " Harry L. Homer. 
Assistant Dispensary Surgeon .... Ronald T. Abercrombie. 

" " " Elliott H. Hutchins. 

" " " Thomas R. Chambers. 

B — Ophthalmology 

Ophthalmologist in Charge Samuel Theobald. 

" " " Robert L. Randolph. 

Dispensary Ophthalmologist Leo J. Goldbach. 

" " Lloyd B. Witham. 

; - Edward A. Looper. 

" " Randolph M. Kahn. 

C — Urology : 

Urologist in Charge John T. Geraghty. 

Dispensary Urologist Frederick W. Hobelman. 

" . John A. C. Colston. 

" " William A. Frontz. 

" J. POINTEVANT ROBINSON. 

D — Laryngology, Rhinology and Otology: 

Laryngologist in Charge Samuel J. Crowe. 

Asst. Dispensary Laryngologist. .Hoagland C. Davis. 

Harry R. Slack. 

" " S. Shelton Watkins. 

" " Charles L. McCarthy. 

" " Mabtillus H. Todd. 

E — Dermatology : 

Dermatologist in Charge T. Caspar Gilghrist. 

" " " J. Williams Lord. 

Dispensary Dermatologist Edgar R. Stbobel. 

" " Isaac R. Pels. 

Asst. Dispensary Dermatologist . . .J. Edward Gately. 
" " Lloyd W. Ketron. 

" " John Scott Willock. 

" " Harry M. Robinson. 



44 Medical Department [788 

F — Orthopedic Surgery: 

Surgeon in Charge William S. Baee. 

Dispensary Surgeon Roades Fayerweather. 

" George E. Bennett. 

" Howard E. Ashbuby. 

Assistant Dispensary Surgeon .... Carl R. Ahroon. 
" " " Lewis Cass Spencer. 

" " Dwight F. Elmendorf. 

" " " Lawrence K. McCafferty. 

G — Roentgenology : 

Roentgenologist in Charge Frederick H. Baetjeb. 

Assistant Roentgenologist Charles A. Waters. 

" " J. William Pierson. 

H — Dentistry : 

Dental Surgeon in Charge Clarence J. Grieves. 

" " Harry E. Kelsey. 

" " Lewis D. Coriell. 

" " Hayward H. Street. 

" " Lucien B. Brun. 

" " Clyde V. Matthews. 

" " Harry G. Stewart. 



DEPARTMENT OF GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS 

A — Gynecology : 

Gynecologist in Charge Edward H. Richardson. 

Dispensary Gynecologist Walter R. Holmes. 

" " Henry N. Shaw. 

" " Herbert N. M. Wynne. 

" " Lawrence R. Wharton. 

" " Horace W. Reid. 

" " Sydney O. Reese. 

" " Henby Bbown Conbad. 

B — Obstetrics: 

Obstetrician in Charge Daniel Davis. 

Dispensary Obstetrician John G. Mubbay, Jb. 

Asst. Dispensary Obstetrician .... John W. Habbis. 
" " " Patrick F. McGutre. 



789] Hospital Staff 45 



DEPARTMENT OF PEDIATRICS 

Pediatrician in Charge Grover F. Powers. 

Dispensary Physician J. H. Mason Knox. 

" " Williams McK Marriott. 

" " James L. Gamble. 

" " Warren R. Sisson. 

Assistant Dispensary Physician. .Irvin C. Barclay. 
" " " George A. Harrop. 

Milo K. Miller. 
" Alfred T. Siioiil. 

Daniel C. W. Smith. 
" " " Harry L. Whittle. 



DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY 

Psychiatrist in Charge C. Macfie Campbell. 

Dispensary Psychiatrist Roscoe W. Hall. 

" " William Rush Dunton. 

Asst. Dispensary Psychiatrist .... George F. Sargent. 
" " Trigant Burrow. 

" " " Daniel D. V. Stuart. 

" " " George B. Wolff. 

William A. Boyd. 
" " " Nathaniel H. Brush. 

" " Augusta R. Scott. 

" " Esther L. Richards. 

" " Joseph P. Eidson. 

" * Joseph E. Moore. 

" " " Ruth E. Fairbank. 

" u Smiley Blanton. 

" " " Phillis Greenacre. 



46 Medical Department [790 

City Hospitals at Bay View 
(Controlled by the Board of Supervisors of City Charities) 

THE CITY HOSPITAL 

THE MUNICIPAL TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL 

THE CITY DETENTION HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE 



Lamar Hollyday, Superintendent 
Medical Board: 

Physician-in-Chief Thomas R. Boggs, M. D. 

Surgeon-in-Chief Arthur M. Shipley, M. D. 

Physician in Charge, Tuberculosis 

Hospital Gordon Wilson, M. D. 

Physician in Charge, Detention 

Hospital for Insane Henry E. Austin, M. D. 

Pathologist Milton C. Winternitz, M. D. 

Consulting Staff: 

Henry J. Berkley, M. D. 



{ 



Alienists } Adolf Meyer, M. D. 

Neurologist Henry M. Thomas, M. D. 

( John T. Geraghty, M. D. 
Urologists j Geqrge TimbeelakEj m> d . 

( Hugh Brent, M. D. 
Gynecologists j Edward h RichabdB0Nj M . D. 

Laryngologist Frank D. Sanger, M. D. 

Otologist, „ William Tarun, M. D. 

Dermatologist Edgar R. Strobel. M. D. 

{John Howland, M. D. 
John Ruhrah, M. D. 
Ophthalmologist James J. Mills, M. D. 



Resident Pathologist Raymond G. Hussey, M. D. 



Third-year students receive clinical instruction in medicine in 
the City and Tuberculosis Hospitals during the third trimester. 

Fourth-year students receive clinical instruction in psychiatry 
in the ^detention Hospital for the Insane. 

Elective' work will be offered during the entire year. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION AND 
GRADUATION 



GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE 
OF INSTRUCTION OFFERED TO CAN- 
DIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF 
DOCTOR OF MEDICINE 



GENERAL STATEMENT 



The Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity was opened for the instruction of students October, 
1893. It is an integral and coordinate part of the Univer- 
sity, and is in the closest affiliation with the Johns Hopkins 
Hospital, the professors of the various clinical branches being 
the heads of the corresponding departments in the Hospital. 

From the opening of the school, all instructors in the 
underlying scientific branches have devoted their entire time 
to their university duties. The establishment by the General 
Education Board in 1914 of the William H. Welch Fund for 
the Advancement of Clinical Teaching has made it pos- 
sible to place the responsible instructors in Medicine, Sur- 
gery, and Pediatrics upon a similar basis, while others who 
are engaged in practice will be utilized as clinical teachers. 

The course of instruction extends over four years, and is 
planned for the professional training of those who have 
received a liberal education, as indicated by a collegiate 
degree in arts or science from an acceptable institution, 
including an adequate training in physics, chemistry, and 
biology, and a reading knowledge of French and German. 
Men and women are admitted upon the same terms. 

In order to afford requisite facilities, the number of stu- 
dents in each class is limited to ninety. 

Throughout the course special emphasis is laid upon prac- 
tical work in the laboratories and in the dispensary and 
wards of the Hospital. While the primary aim of the School 
is to train practitioners of medicine and surgery, it is recog- 
nized that the medical art should rest upon a suitable pre- 
liminary education and upon thorough training in the under- 
lying medical sciences. The first two years are devoted 
mainly to practical work, combined with demonstrations, 

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50 Medical Department [794 

recitations and lectures, in the laboratories of anatomy, physi- 
ology, physiological chemistry, pharmacology, pathology, and 
bacteriology. During the last two years the student is given 
abundant opportunity for the personal study of sick patients, 
and most of his time is spent in the hospital wards or dis- 
pensary, and in the clinical laboratories. 

The instruction begins on the morning of the first Tues- 
day of October. Candidates for admission are required to 
be present on the preceding Friday (see the Calendar, page 
7). The graduating exercises are held on the second Tues- 
day of June. There are short recesses at Christmas and 
Easter. 

All inquiries should be addressed to the Dean of the Johns 
Hopkins Medical School. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION 



As candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medicine the 
School receives: 

I. Those who have satisfactorily completed the Chem- 
ical-Biological course, which leads to the A. B. degree in 
this University (Group V., course preliminary to medi- 
cine). 

II. Graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools 
who can furnish evidence: (a) That they have an acquaint- 
ance with Latin and a reading knowledge of French and 
German; (b) That they have such knowledge of biology, 
chemistry and physics, as may be obtained by courses cor- 
responding to those outlined below.* 



* Biology. — In addition to the usual class work, the instruction 
must include a year's laboratory course of six hours or more a week 
upon the structure, functions and life-histories of selected types of 
animal and plant life. Courses in botany or zoology will be accepted 
provided the laboratory work has been adequate. It is desirable that 
the course shouldu include laboratory instruction in embryology. 



795] Requirements for Admission 51 

III. Those who give evidence by examination that they 
possess the general education implied by a degree in arts 
or in science from an approved college or scientific school, 
and in addition, the knowledge of Latin, French, German, 
physics, chemistry, and biology above indicated. 

(Thus far, no students have been accepted under this special 
provision.) 

Application for Admission 

Application for admission should be made to the Dean, 
who will furnish printed blanks, one page of which is to be 
filled out by the applicant and the other by an officer of the 
institution at which the collegiate degree was obtained. The 
former gives information concerning the general preliminary 
education of the applicant, and the latter authoritative data 
concerning the instruction received in the pre-medical sciences 
and the modern languages. 

Applicants meeting all requirements will be accepted with- 
out examination, so long as vacancies exist in the class to 
which admission is desired. Under no conditions will appli- 
cants be accepted who are deficient in the underlying sciences, 
but in exceptional instances, those having only a deficiency 
in French or German may be admitted conditionally, on the 



Chemistry. — The minimum requirement is a one year course in 
inorganic chemistry, including five hours of laboratory work a week 
throughout the year, and an elementary course in orfganic chemistry, 
including at least 30 lectures and 90 to 100 hours of laboratory 
work. 

Physics. — A collegiate course for at least one year is required. 
This must include four hours a week of class-room work and 
three hours a week of quantitative work in the laboratory. Special 
attention should be given to theoretical mechanics and to mechanical 
and electrical experiments. 

Latin. — The candidate should have studied Latin grammar and 
should possess at least such knowledge of the language as may be 
acquired by reading four books of Csesar dr their equivalent. 



52 Medical Department [796 

understanding that the condition must be absolved before 
the beginning of the second year. 

As the size of each class is limited, it is attempted, in case 
a greater number apply, to choose ninety of the most promis- 
ing applicants. The choice is made by taking into consider- 
ation the character of the college from which the applicant 
graduated, his standing in the pre-medical sciences and the 
languages, and the estimate made by one of his science teach- 
ers, in a personal letter to the Dean, as to his or her fitness 
to undertake the study of medicine. 

Applications may be filed at any time, but, except in 
unusual circumstances, they will not be considered formally 
before July first. Notification of acceptance will be sent not 
later than July fifteenth. 

Admission to Advanced Standing 

Students from acceptable medical schools may be admitted 
to the second, third or fourth year classes if vacancies occur. 
Such applicants must furnish evidence (1) that they are eli- 
gible to the first year class without conditions of any kind; 
(2) that medical courses equivalent in kind and amount to 
those given in this school, in the year or years preceding that 
to which admission is desired, have been satisfactorily com- 
pleted; and (3) they must be prepared to pass examinations 
at the beginning of the session in all subjects already pur- 
sued by the class to which admission is sought. The appli- 
cant must have studied as a matriculated medical student for 
a period of time at least equal to that already spent by the 
class which he seeks to enter. 

As graduation from an approved college or scientific school 
is essential for admission to this school, applicants from uni- 
versities conferring a degree upon the completion of a com- 
bined course, consisting of two years of collegiate and two 
years of medical work, are not eligible for admission to our 
third year class. 



797] Requirements for Graduation 53 

Instruction for Graduates in Medicine 

Beginning the first of June each year, six weeks courses, 
especially adapted to meet the needs of practitioners of 
medicine, are given in medicine, surgery and various spec- 
ialties, as well as in several of the underlying medical sciences. 
These courses are described on page 

During the school year, a limited number of graduate 
students may be admitted to work in the several departments, 
in so far as they do not occupy the places or interfere with 
the routine work of the undergraduate students. 

In every instance the arrangement for such instruction and 
facilities must be made directly with the head of the depart- 
ment concerned, but work cannot be commenced until after 
registration at the Dean's office. 

Persons who have already received the degree of Doctor 
of Medicine elsewhere, will not be admitted as candidates 
for that degree from this University. Should further in- 
struction be desired, they may enter as graduate students. 

Special Workers. — Special workers, not candidates for 
a degree, may be received at the discretion of the Faculty. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION 



The degree of Doctor of Medicine is conferred upon those 
who, after fulfilling all the requirements for admission, have 
completed satisfactorily a four years' course of study. 

Students who have been admitted to advanced standing, 
as well as those of our own students who have been granted 
permission to pursue a part of their studies elsewhere, must 
spend at least the final year in the Medical School of this 
University. 

The degrees are publicly conferred at the University Com- 
mencement on the second Tuesday of June, or on Commem- 
oration Day, February the twenty-second. 



54 Medical Department [798 

EXAMINATIONS 



At the end of the fifth trimester, the records of all stu- 
dents in the second year class are reviewed by the Committee 
on Instruction and Examinations for the first two years. Stu- 
dents who are reported as having failed in any two of the 
following subjects: Anatomy (including Histology), Physi- 
ology, Physiological Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pathology, 
(including Bacteriology), will be required to withdraw from 
the school. Those who fail in one subject will be allowed to 
take a second examination not later than the following 
October. Failure in this second examination necessitates 
withdrawal from the school. 

No student will be permitted to enter upon the work of 
the fourth year until he has absolved the required third year 
work in Gynecology, Physical Diagnosis, Clinical Microscopy 
*nd Neurology. 

Final examinations for graduation will be held in Medi- 
cine, Surgery, Obstetrics and the Major Electives. The ex- 
amination in Obstetrics may be absolved at the end of the 
third or during the fourth year. No student will be per- 
mitted to continue in the school if he fails in any two of 
these subjects, or if he fails a second time in Medicine or 
Surgery. 

Third year students who fail in either Medicine or Surgery 
and who stand low in other subjects will be required to stand 
a joint examination in Medicine and Surgery the following 
Fall before a committee consisting of the professors of both 
branches and one or more of the senior members of each staff. 
This examination will be oral and practical and, in case of 
failure, the student will be required to withdraw from the 
School. 

The estimation of the standing of each student is based 
upon the general character of his work, as well as upon the 






799] Examinations 55 

results of examinations. When the average standing falls 
below 75, the student will be notified at the end of the year. 

Students not appearing for examination on the specified 
dates will be required to pay a fee of $5.00 for special ex- 
amination. 

First and Second Years 

The practical examination in Microscopic Anatomy will be 
held at the end of the second trimester of the first year, and in 
Gross Anatomy after the student has completed the dissec- 
tion of the human body. The final examination in Anatomy 
must be taken not later than the end of the second trimes- 
ter of the second year. 

Final examinations in the other subjects will be given as 
follows : 

Bacteriology : at the end of the third trimester of the first 
year. 

Physiological Chemistry : Group A, at the end of the third 
trimester of the first year; Group B, at the end of the first 
trimester of the second year. 

Physiology : at the end of the first trimester of the second 
year. 

Pathology : at the end of the second trimester of the second 
year. 

Pharmacology: at the end of the second trimester of the 
second year. 

Third and Fourth Years 

At the end of the third year, final examinations are held 
in obligatory obstetrics, gynecology, nervous diseases, clinical 
microscopy and surgical pathology. 

At the end of the fourth year final examinations are held 
in medicine and surgery. In the elective courses and special 
branches, the examinations are held upon the completion 
of the work. 



56 Medical Department [800 

GENERAL PLAN OF INSTRUCTION 



Each year is divided into trimesters, the first extending 
from October to the Christmas recess, the second from 
January to March 15, and the third from March 15, to the 
end of the academic year. 

The first two years of the course are devoted mainly to 
the fundamental medical sciences, the larger part of the 
time being spent in practical work in the laboratories. In 
the last two years the various clinical branches are studied 
in the wards of the Hospital, the dispensary, and in the 
clinical laboratories. 

The principal studies of the first year are anatomy, 
histology, neurology, bacteriology, physiology, and physio- 
logical chemistry. The study of anatomy and of physiology 
is continued in the second year, together with general path- 
ology, pathological anatomy and histology, pharmacology, and 
toxicology. During the last trimester of the second year 
instruction is begun in physical diagnosis and in certain 
surgical methods, as an introduction to the clinical work of 
the succeeding years. 

The major portion of the work of the first two years is 
obligatory for all students, but the time is so arranged that 
certain elective courses may be selected; thereby making it 
possible either to give more time to the obligatory courses, or 
to do special work along related lines. 

In these two years thirty units of work are required — the 
unit being a course or group of courses of instruction equiva- 
lent to five hours a week for one trimester. Consequently 
it is necessary for the students to take five units of obligatory 
and elective work during each trimester, in order to complete 
in two years the requirements for entrance upon the clinical 
studies. The system, however, permits him to spend an ad- 
ditional trimester or longer in the preparatory work, should 
it prove necessary or desirable. 



801] General Plan of Instruction 57 

As the third and fourth years are devoted to practical 
medicine, they can not be taken up until the student has 
obtained credit for the prescribed minimum of work in the 
underlying sciences. 

The work of the third year is largely obligatory. The 
student attends the clinics and dispensary exercises in medi- 
cine and surgery, and completes the required work in ob- 
stetrics, gynecology, and nervous diseases. 

For the morning work the class is divided into four groups. 
From 9 to 10 a. m. each group receives instruction in ob- 
stetrics, gynecology or surgery, and from ten o'clock to noon 
the time is devoted to practical work in the medical, sur- 
gical and nervous departments of the Dispensary. From 
12 noon to 1 p. m. the entire class attends the amphi- 
theatre clinics in medicine or surgery. The afternoons are 
devoted mainly to laboratory work in clinical microscopy and 
surgical pathology. Instruction is also given in practical 
therapeutics and pharmacy, thus completing the pharmaco- 
logical work of the previous year. Moreover, short propa- 
deutical courses are given to familiarize the student with the 
use of the ophthalmoscope and laryngoscope. On certain 
afternoons there are also offered a number of short elective 
courses of a practical character, and each student is required 
to select from them a sufficient amount of work to give him 
a credit of one and a half units. 

The work of the fourth year is partly elective. For this 
purpose the class is divided into three groups, each working 
in rotation for one trimester in medicine, surgery, and in 
certain elective subjects. 

Each student must complete 18 units of work during the 
year — the unit being a course or group of courses occupying 
six hours a week for one trimester. Twelve units are obliga- 
tory, and include six units in medicine (including pediatrics) 
three units in surgery, one unit in ophthalmology, one unit 
which may be selected from laryngology, dermatology, genito- 
urinary surgery, orthopedics or neurology ; while another unit 



58 Medical Department [802 

is based upon attendance upon a weekly amphitheatre clinic 
in medicine, and npon a group of lectures upon medical 
zoology, psychiatry, hygiene, medical jurisprudence and 
medical ethics. 

The obligatory work in medicine, which includes a part 
of the required work in pediatrics, requires, at least, six 
hours of work a day for one trimester. The members of 
this group act as clinical clerks in the medical wards of the 
hospital, a certain number of beds being assigned to each 
student. They take the histories of the patients and make 
the necessary examinations and notes under the guidance 
and direction of the resident staff. They accompany the 
physician-in-chief or some member of the senior staff in the 
daily ward-rounds, and receive special bedside and laboratory 
instruction. 

In the surgical trimester, the student gives three hours 
a day to attendance upon ward-rounds, operations, and 
to work in the surgical laboratories. The members of this 
group act as surgical dressers in the wards. They make the 
morning visits with the surgeon-in-chief or a member of the 
senior staff, and have daily opportunities to become familiar 
with the diagnosis, management and progress of surgical 
cases. They are also given an opportunity to take an elective 
course in operative surgery upon animals. 

The elective work is arranged in major, minor and frac- 
tional courses. The former occupy 3 or 2% hours a day 
throughout one trimester, according as the classes are in 
the morning or afternoon, and count as 3 or 2% units res- 
pectively. In the minor courses, which count as one unit, 
one hour a day, or two hours every alternate day, throughout 
one trimester, are devoted to the subject; while several frac- 
tional courses may be combined to make one unit. Students 
choosing such courses must register at the Dean's office and 
will be expected to complete them satisfactorily and to submit 
to an examination at their close. In fractional courses, 
which count as less than one-half of a unit, examinations 
will not be held, and regular attendance, properly certified 



803] Clinical Opportunities 59 

by the instructor, will entitle the student to the allotted 
credit. 

After having once been chosen, elective courses must be 
followed to the end of the trimester. These courses may con- 
tinue the practical work in medicine, surgery, obstetrics, 
gynecology, etc., or may bear upon the various specialties, 
or may be taken in the laboratories of the underlying medical 
sciences. 

To summarize, the time of each fourth-year student is 
apportioned as follows: trimester A, practical work in medi- 
cine during the entire day; trimester B, practical work in 
surgery during the morning, and in the afternoons short 
courses in ophthalmology, and in one of the special branches 
of medicine; trimester C, six units of elective work. In other 
words, each student after completing certain minimal re- 
quirements, chiefly in medicine and surgery, may extend his 
knowledge by taking a number of short clinical courses in 
various branches, or he may concentrate his attention upon 
the work of a few departments. 

CLINICAL OPPORTUNITIES 



Satisfactory clinical facilities for ninety students in each 
class are afforded by the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Dis- 
pensary, which occupies a site of fourteen acres immediately 
adjoining the grounds of the Medical School. 

The Hospital is governed by its own Board of Trustees and 
has an endowment independent of that of the University 
and its Medical School, but the relations between the two 
institutions are most intimate; as the will of their Founder 
directed that the Hospital should be a part of the Medical 
School of the University. The superintendent of the Hos- 
pital and the heads of its main departments are members of 
the Medical Faculty ; while the incumbents of the chief clini- 
cal chairs of the University are also members of the Medical 
Board of the Hospital. This interlocking arrangement has 



60 Medical Department [804 

resulted in the greatest possible utilization of the patients of 
the Hospital for the instruction of the third and fourth year 
students. 

The Hospital is unusually well equipped and contains 600 
beds, while its Dispensary is visited each day by more than 
300 patients. In addition to the large administration build- 
ing and the Marburg ward for private patients, the Hospital 
is made up of a group of buildings containing five large 
wards for white patients suffering from medical, surgical and 
gynecological diseases, a separate building for colored pati- 
ents, an isolation and an obstetrical ward. Facilities for 
instruction in pediatrics, psychiatry and genito-urinary 
diseases are afforded by the Harriet Lane Home for Invalid 
Children, the Henry Phipps Psychiatric Clinic and the James 
Buchanan Brady Urological Institute. These three buildings 
are upon the Hospital grounds, and, while maintained by 
separate foundations, are conducted as integral parts of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

In addition to the necessary buildings for the nurses' home, 
kitchen, laundry, etc., the following buildings also occupy the 
Hospital lot: — the Pathological and Clinical Laboratories, 
the general Dispensary, the Phipps' Dispensary for Tubercu- 
losis, and the Surgical building. This latter contains not 
only the surgical operating rooms and amphitheatre, but also 
class rooms for instruction in Medicine, as well as the labora- 
tory for surgical pathology and the laboratories of the medical 
clinic. 

Through the courtesy of the Supervisors of City Charities 
of Baltimore, the Johns Hopkins University has the privilege 
of utilizing for clinical instruction the patients in the various 
departments of the City Hospitals at Bay View. During the 
first trimester practical instruction in mental diseases is given 
to the fourth-year class; during the third trimester the wards 
of the general and tubercular hospitals are utilized for the 
instruction of the third-year students in medicine, surgery 
and pathology; and throughout the year elective courses in 
medicine are available to fourth-year students. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



REGISTRATION 



Students will not be admitted to the undergraduate courses 
until they have registered at the Dean's office and paid their 
fees for the first trimester. 

Graduate students, after receiving permission from the 
Heads of Departments to enter any course under their super- 
vision, must register at the Dean's office before beginning 
work. Upon payment of the requisite fee, a card will be 
issued stating the courses which the holder is entitled to 
take. This card must be presented to the instructor in charge 
of each course, in order that its holder may be recognized 
and receive due credit for his work. 



CHARGES FOR TUITION 



The charge for tuition is two hundred and forty dollars 
per annum, payable in three installments, October, January 
and March 15. There are no extra charges, except for rental 
of microscope, laboratory breakage and certain expensive 
supplies. A deposit of ten dollars is required from each 
student at the time of enrollment. This caution money is 
repaid when the student leaves, if there are no charges 
against it. 

The fees for graduate students and for physicians taking 
the summer courses will vary according to the character and 
number of the courses taken. 

Bills may be paid at the Dean's office, or at the office of 
the Treasurer of the University, Homewood. 



MICROSCOPES 



The character of the work throughout the entire course 
requires the constant use of the microscope. Every student is 



64 Medical Department [808 

recommended to purchase one, but those who do not care to 
do so may obtain one from the School upon the payment of a 
yearly rental of five dollars, with an additional charge of two 
dollars if an oil immersion lens is desired. Microscopes thus 
rented must be returned in good condition at the end of the 
year. 

Dissecting microscopes may be rented at the rate of one 
dollar a year. 

Microscopes are not provided in the graduate courses, but 
may be rented at the rates just stated. A deposit of $10.00 
is required, which will be refunded if the microscope is 
returned uninjured. 



SCHOLARSHIPS 



Hopkins Scholarships 

Six Hopkins Scholarships are open annually to students 
from Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia. These schol- 
arships give free tuition for one year and are granted to 
deserving students who have shown marked aptitude in their 
work. Three are given to fourth-year students, two to third- 
year students and one to a second-year student. Applications 
should be addressed to the Dean of the Medical School not 
later than May first, in accordance with a prescribed form. 

The Joseph Kernochan Garr Scholarship 

Through the kindness of Mrs. Henry Lee Smith, of Balti- 
more, the Medical Faculty is enabled to offer a scholarship 
amounting to $100 a year to aid a deserving student. The 
scholarship is known as " The Joseph Kernochan Garr Schol- 
arship." Applications should be addressed to the Dean on 
May first of each year. 



809] Hospital Appointments 65 

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS 



At the close of the academic year in June, sixteen or more 
unmarried members of the graduating class are recommended 
to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital for appoint- 
ment as Resident House Officers, to serve for one year from 
the following first of September. 

The selection is made as follows: (1) jSTot later than 
December 15 of each year a notice is sent to the unmarried 
members of the graduating class giving the number of house 
officers to be appointed in each service for the following 
year, and requesting those desiring such posts to present their 
written applications in person to the Superintendent of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital not later than January 1, stating 
what service is preferred. A second or third choice may be 
indicated if desired. The applications will be considered at 
a special meeting of the Faculty to be held prior to January 15. 

(2) The applicants for each service will be selected accord- 
ing to their standing, based upon the work of the first three 
years, although the Faculty reserves the right to take into 
consideration the personal fitness of the applicants. 

The individual standing of the students will not be posted, 
but they will be informed whether they stand in the first, 
second or last third of the class. Should the necessary num- 
ber of house officers not be obtained from the first group, the 
remainder may be selected without regard to their standing. 

One or more places on each staff may be awarded, if so 
desired by the head of the department, to graduates from 
other schools or to earlier graduates of the Johns Hopkins 
Medical School. After confirmation by the Trustees of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, such appointees assume their duties 
on September 1. 

The appointments of the resident physician, surgeon, gyne- 
cologist and obstetrician, etc., of the Johns Hopkins Hos- 
pital are permanent. The various resident assistantships 
under these are annual appointments, subject to renewal. 
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66 Medical Department [810 

MEDICAL SUPERVISION OVER STUDENTS 



The University appoints and pays an official medical 
adviser to the students of the Medical Department. This 
officer has a definite hour for consultation, and, when 
requested, is expected to visit in their own homes such stu- 
dents who are too ill to come to him, and to obtain for them 
the services of specialists when necessary. 

Dr. Arthur L. Bloomfield, the Eesident Physician to the 
Hospital, holds this position for the current academic year. 

In order to guard more carefully the health of the students, 
the Medical Faculty decided in 1909, that all entering stu- 
dents should undergo a medical examination. During the 
month of October each student is directed to report to one of 
a group of physicians selected for this purpose, when a care- 
ful physical examination is made and the results are recorded 
and placed on file. If unsatisfactory conditions are discov- 
ered the student is given appropriate advice. 

A competent physician is also appointed to supervise the 
hygienic condition of all boarding houses which advertise 
through the office for the patronage of students. A list of 
such houses as satisfy his requirements is posted in the office 
of -the Medical School. 



LIBRARIES 



The University Library contains 196,722 volumes, selected 
with especial reference to the instruction here given. It is 
arranged in several collections. 

The works relating to medicine are placed in special 
libraries in the Hospital and in the Medical School, and are 
readily accessible to students and to the workers in the labora- 
tories. The leading medical periodicals of the world are 



811] Medical Societies 67 

regularly received and complete sets of the more important 
journals are on the shelves. 

The library of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of 
Maryland, 1211 Cathedral Street, contains 31,750 volumes, 
and is conducted in affiliation with the library of the Medical 
School. Other libraries of Baltimore are the Peabody, the 
Enoch Pratt, and the New Mercantile, with 223,425, 336,541 
and 91,342 volumes respectively. With the exception of the 
last-named, these libraries are open to students of the Medical 
School without charge. 

Washington is so near that its libraries and museums may 
be easily utilized. Among the chief institutions of interest 
to students are: The Smithsonian Institution and National 
Museum, the Library of Congress, the Library of the Sur- 
geon-General's office, and the Libraries of the various Depart- 
ments and Bureaus. 



MEDICAL SOCIETIES 



The Hospital Medical Society, the Laennec Society and 
the Historical Club meet at the Hospital regularly through- 
out the academic year. These, as well as the regular meet- 
ings of the Baltimore City Medical Society, held in the 
Medical and Chirurgical Building, are open to students. 



PUBLICATIONS 



The Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, issued 
monthly, contains articles by those connected with the Medi- 
cal School and Hospital and the proceedings of the Hospital 
Societies. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Eeports contain 
the larger monographs and results of researches in the Hos- 
pital and the laboratories of the Medical School. 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION AND 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF COURSES 



DEPARTMENTS OF INSTRUCTION 



The following statements are designed to exhibit the op- 
portunities and the character of the instruction and prac- 
tical work m each department. 

ANATOMY 

Feanklin P. Mall, M.D., Professor of Anatomy. 

Fl™ R L S T™ m n' ! r ° feSSOr ° £ P ^->^-al Anatomy. 
P™ ™ ■ < *- D - Ass °"i"te Professor of Anatomy. 

Edmcno V. Cowdey, Ph. D., Associate in Anatomy. 
Lewis H. Weed, M.D., Associate in Anatomy. 
Paul G. Shipley, M.D., Associate in Anatomy. 

r1 ABLES « C -. MACKIIN ' M - B " Inst ™<*°r in Anatomy. 
gZ™ « S 7 UNNWGHAM ' MD ". I-Btructor in Anatomy. 
George B. Wislocki, M. D., Assistant in Anatomy. 

Courses of instruction are provided in various anatom- 
ica sciences-embryology, histology, microscopic anatomy, 
neurology and gross human anatomy-and opportunities are 
sciences * ^ "^ investi S ati ™ * these 

The required courses (I, II, m and IV) for candidates 
for the degree of Doctor of Medicine may be completed dur- 
ing the first year of the medical course. 

Physicians and students not candidates for a medical 
degree may be admitted to any of the courses by special 
arrangements with the instructors and may undertake ad- 
vanced work and original research. 

Required Courses 

L» St " T ™ atic Couese ™ ™e Anatomy of the Human 
*ody. Professor Lewis, Dr. Weed, Dr. Macklin, and Dr 
Cunningham. Autumn trimester, daily 9-12 

II. Systematic Couese IN the Anatomy op the 
Human Body. Continuation of Course I. Professor Lewis, 

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72 Medical Department [816 

Dr. Weed, Dr. Macklin, and Dr. Cunningham. Winter tri- 
mester, daily 9-12. 

In courses I and II the student makes a complete dis- 
section of the lateral half of the body, using atlases and text- 
books as guides. The work of each student is largely inde- 
pendent. 

III. Histology, Organology and Neurology. Profes- 
sor Mall, Professor Sabin, Dr. Cowdry, Dr. Shipley and Dr. 
Wislocki. The course in histology is given in the first two 
trimesters of the first year. Autumn trimester, laboratory 
work, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2-5; lecture, Thurs- 
day, 2-3. Winter trimester, laboratory work, Monday and 
Wednesday, 2-5; lecture, Tuesday, 2-3. 

The object of the course is to give the student a familiarity 
with the normal appearances of the tissues of the body. The 
lectures are to correllate what the student sees under the 
microscope with our knowledge of the function of cells. The 
laboratory work consists in training in the use of the micro- 
scope for the study of the tissues of the body and their 
relations in organs. Stress is laid on the relation of the 
microscopical to the macroscopical appearance of specimens. 
Fresh tissue is used in reference to evidences of cellular func- 
tion; the technique of cutting frozen sections is given and 
students are taught the use of stains for the purpose of 
analyzing the characteristics of particular cells and the dif- 
ferences between cells. In connection with the laboratory 
course demonstrations are given which are designed to illus- 
trate the range of histological technique. 

IV. Organology and Neurology. Professors Mall and 
Sabin, Drs. Cowdry, Shipley and Wislocki. Monday and 
Wednesday, 2-5. Lectures, Professor Sabin and Dr. Cowdry. 
Tuesday, 2-3. Winter trimester. 

The anatomy of the nervous system is given as a part of 
the work in organology. The laboratory work is intended to 
give the student a knowledge of the position and relations 
of the nuclei and the tracts of the brain and cord as far as 



817] Anatomy 73 

they can be made out in gross specimens and in dissections. 
This is supplemented by the study of serial sections and by 
demonstrations which cover especially the methods of degen- 
eration and successive myelenization. The lectures are a 
guide to the laboratory course and aim to present the type 
of evidence on which our present conceptions of the nervous 
system are based. 

Elective Courses 

V. Physiological Anatomy. Professor Lewis. Au- 
tumn and Winter trimesters. Tuesday, 12-1. 

VI. Study-Room Course in Anatomy. Professor Lewis. 
Autumn and Winter trimesters, daily, 9-12. 

VII. Topographical Anatomy. Dr. Cunningham. Win- 
ter trimester, daily, 9-12. 

VIII. Special Histology. Dr. Shipley. Winter trimes- 
ter, Thursday, 2-3. 

IX. Blood. Dr. Shipley. Winter trimester, Friday, 
2-5. 

X. Cytology. Dr. Cowdry. Original investigation. 
Autumn, Winter and Spring trimesters. 

XL Advanced Human Embryology. Professor Mall. 
Autumn, Winter and Spring trimesters. 

XII. Development of the Osseous System. Dr. Mack- 
lin. Autumn and Winter trimesters. 

XIII. Development of the Vascular System. Pro- 
fessor Sabin. Original investigation. Autumn, Winter and 
Spring trimesters. 

XIV. Original Investigation. Autumn, Winter and 
Spring trimesters, daily. 

XV. Gross Anatomy for Graduates in Medicine. 
Professor Lewis. Fall, Winter and Spring trimesters. Hours 
arranged with the instructor. 

Dissection, study of prepared specimens and of frozen 
sections. Fee $25.00. 



74 Medical Department [818 



PHYSIOLOGY 

William H. Howell, M. D., Professor of Physiology. 
Donald K. Hooker, M. D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
Charles D. Snyder, Ph. D., Associate Professor of Physiology. 
Stanley Cobb, M. D., Assistant in Physiology. 
C. Vernon Lynch, A. B., Lecture Assistant in Physiology. 

The course in physiology extends from January of the 
first year to January of the second year. 

The work consists of a systematic course of lectures cover- 
ing the subject of animal physiology, experimental work in 
the laboratory, demonstrations and recitations. Kecitations 
are held upon the subject-matter covered by the lectures 
and laboratory work. 

The course as arranged for 1916-1917 is as follows: 

I. Physiology of Secretion, Digestion" and Nutri- 
tion — 1916. Dr. Howell, twice weekly from October to 
January. Second year class. 

II. Laboratory Courses in Experimental Physiology. 
Drs. Howell, Hooker, Snyder, Cobb, and Lynch. Two morn- 
ings and two afternoons weekly during the first and the third 
trimesters. Half of the class takes this course in the third 
trimester of the first year, and the other half during the 
first trimester of the second year. This laboratory course 
is arranged to occupy twelve hours a week for about twelve 
weeks. 

III. Physioxogy of Muscle and Nerve, Central Ner- 
vous System, and Special Senses — 1917. Dr. Howell and 
Dr. Snyder, four times weekly during the second trimester. 
First year class. 

IV. Physiology of Blood, Circulation and Eespira- 
tion — 1917. Dr. Hooker. Lectures and Demonstrations. 
Twice weekly during the third trimester. First year class. 

In addition to the foregoing exercises, students are given 
opportunities to participate in the more advanced courses, 
intended primarily as graduate work. These courses are 
as follows: 



819] Physiological Chemistry 75 

V. Journal Club. One hour weekly during the year. 
Those who participate in the work of this course are ex- 
pected to report from time to time upon papers of physio- 
logical interest that may appear in current journals. 

VI. Advanced Laboratory Course. This course is not 
limited as to time or amount of work except that assist- 
ance from the professor of physiology must be arranged for 
by definite engagements. The instruction is given individ- 
ually and may involve undertaking a definite investigation. 



PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 

Walter Jones, Ph. D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry. 

D. Weight Wilson, Ph. D., Associate in Physiological Chemistry. 

Instruction in this branch is given by laboratory work, 
lectures, demonstrations, and conferences of a less formal 
character. The work in the laboratory is conducted in two 
sections which meet in the third trimester of the first year, 
and in the first trimester of the second year respectively. 
The exercises are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 
from 10 to 1 in the morning, and from 2 to 5 in the after- 
noon. 

I. Laboratory Work. Professor Jones and Dr. Wilson. 

(a) A short preliminary course on the chemistry of 
various substances, such as proteins, fats and carbohydrates, 
which are usually not familiar to the student of pure chem- 
istry but which should be understood in order that he may 
intelligently execute the work that follows. 

(b) A course of qualitative analysis in which some ex- 
amination is made of nearly every tissue and fluid of the 
body. Blood, liver, milk (colostrum), muscle, gastric juice, 
adipose tissue, bone and bile receive special attention, and 
whenever material is available a study is made of patho- 
logical fluids and concretions. The order adopted in the 
consideration of the chemical topography of the body is 



76 Medical Department [820 

such as to emphasize as far as possible, the chemical processes 
which are going on in the body. 

(c) A study of those physiological chemical processes 
that can be closely imitated outside the body, as the action 
of enzymes, salivary, pancreatic, and gastric digestion. 

(d) Class experiments. Demonstrations by the instructor 
in which the entire class usually takes part. 

(e) Quantitative analysis. Determination of normal and 
pathological constituents of urine; analysis of milk, gastric 
juice, stomach-washing, air, water, and foods. Students are 
required to execute various metabolism experiments in order 
to familiarize themselves with the chemical technique and 
with the problems of dietetics, etc., involved in such work. 

(/) Examination of the faeces with special references to 
putrefactive processes. 

II. Conferences. Dr. Wilson. Informal conferences 
are held at which the laboratory work is discussed and 
the progress and needs of the students are considered. Here 
also the recent literature that bears directly on the work is 
reviewed. 

III. Lectures. Professor Jones. A brief survey of the 
entire province of physiological chemistry. Emphasis is 
given to that part of the subject which for obvious reasons 
must be omitted from a laboratory course. 

Graduate Work 

Physiological Chemistry, Elementary. March 15 to 
June 1. Professor Jones. 

A limited number of physicians or others who have had 
the requisite preliminary training in chemistry will be re- 
ceived for the laboratory course and lectures given to the 
medical students. Pee $25.00. 

Physiological Chemistry, Advanced. Professor Jones 
and Dr. Wilson. 

Those who have the necessary preliminary training and 



821] Pharmacology, Experimental Therapeutics 77 

who desire to do work of a special character will be received 
at any time during the academic year. Fee $50.00, for the 
year. 



PHARMACOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL THERAPEUTICS, 
TOXICOLOGY AND PHARMACY 

John J. Abel, M. D., Professor of Pharmacology. 

Eli K. Marshall, Jr., Ph. D., Associate in Pharmacology. 

Paul D. Lajison, M. D.., Associate in Experimental Therapeutics. 

Charles A. Rouiller, Ph. D., Associate in Pharmacology. 

Carl Binger, M. D., Assistant in Pharmacology. 

David I. Macht, M. D., Lecture Assistant. 

Charles Caspari, Jr., Lecturer in Pharmacy. 

Hans Lieb, Lecturer on Special Analytical Methods. 

I. Pharmacology. An elective course in this subject 
occupying one afternoon a week is offered in the second 
trimester of the second year. The physiological action of a 
selected list of drugs and poisons is made the subject of this 
course and the afternoon's work, performed by the student 
under the immediate supervision of the instructor, is pre- 
ceded by brief statements of the significance and bearing of 
the experiment in hand. The aim of this course is to give 
a clear idea of the general principles and of the more im- 
portant phenomena involved in the study of pharmacology. 

A course of lectures with demonstrations and recitations 
covering the subject of pharmacology is given during the 
first and second trimesters. In the first trimester the course 
is given from 10 to 11 a. m., two days of the week, and in the 
second trimester from 12 to 1, three days of the week. It is 
the purpose of this course to treat the subject in a manner 
adapted to the needs of the medical student. As this course 
requires much outside reading it will be estimated at one and 
two-fifth units. 

In the third trimester a course of lectures and demonstra- 
tions is given once a week on prescription writing and the 
dosage of the more important pharmacopceial preparations. 



78 Medical Department [822 

Experimental therapeutics is carried on as part of the re- 
search work of the department. 

II. Toxicology. An elective laboratory course in this 
subject is offered in the second trimester. This course oc- 
cupies one afternoon a week during the trimester and deals 
with the subjects both from the chemical and medical points 
of view. 

III. Pharmacy. Pharmacy is treated by Professor 
Charles Caspari, Jr., in a course of demonstrations and lec- 
tures, once weekly for three months. Weights and measures, 
incompatibles, special points relating to prescriptions and the 
official pharmacopceial preparations are fully dealt with. 
The more important preparations are made before the class. 

IV. Practical Course in Pharmacy. An elective 
course designed especially for students of the second year, 
is given by Professor Caspari and his assistant, on Mondays 
at 4 p. m. during the third trimester. All typical pharmaco- 
pceial preparations are made and typical prescriptions are 
compounded by each student. One-half unit. 

Graduate Work 

Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Ad- 
vanced. Professor J. J. Abel and members of the staff. 

Those who have had the necessary preliminary training 
and who desire to do work of a special character may be 
received at any time during the academic year. 



PATHOLOGY, BACTERIOLOGY AND HYGIENE 

William H. Welch, M. D., Professor of Pathology. 

William W. Ford, M. D., Associate Professor of Hygiene and 

Bacteriology. 
Milton C. Winternitz, M. D., Associate Professor of Pathology. 
Montrose T. Burrows, M. D., Associate in Pathology. 
Harry C. Schmeisser, M. D., Instructor in Pathology. 
Charles A. Laubach, Instructor in Hygiene and Bacteriology. 
Samuel Goldschmidt, M. D., Instructor in Pathology. 






823] Pathology, Bacteriology and Hygiene 79 

Admont H. Clark, M. D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Stanhope Bayne-Jones, M. D., Instructor in Pathology. 

Marion F. Haralson, M. D., Assistant in Bacteriology and Hygiene. 

Raymond S. Hussey, M. D., Assistant in Pathology. 

H. Hayes Bullard, M. D., Assistant in Pathology. 

John C. Lyman, M. D., Assistant in Pathology. 

Joseph S. Lawrence, M. D., Assistant in Bacteriology and Hygiene. 

Lloyd D. Felton, M. D., Assistant in Pathology. 

General pathology, special pathological anatomy and his- 
tology, and bacteriology are taught by laboratory work, 
demonstrations, recitations and lectures. The courses in 
pathology come in the first and second trimesters of the 
second year; those in bacteriology in the third trimester of 
the first year. 

I. The Conduct of Autopsies. Dr. Winternitz and 
Staff. The autopsies are made in the Pathological building 
and are witnessed by the students of the second, third and 
fourth years. Students are permitted to assist at post-mor- 
tem examinations and are instructed in the methods of 
making such examinations and of recording the results in 
proper protocols. 

II. Demonstrations in Gross Morbid Anatomy. Dr. 
Winternitz and Staff, 12-1, twice a week in two divisions 
during the 1st, and 9-10 during the 3rd trimester, and three 
times a week, from 10-12, in three divisions during the 2nd 
trimster in the Pathological laboratory and at Bay View. 
The gross morbid specimens, collected during the week, are 
demonstrated to students of the second year. In addition, 
fresh and museum specimens are exhibited in the course in 
pathological histology to illustrate the macroscopical appear- 
ances of the morbid conditions studied by the microscope. 

III. Bacteriology. Professor Welch, Professor Ford, 
third trimester (March 15 to June 1), Monday afternoon, 
Wednesday and Friday mornings, first year class. This is a 
practical laboratory course in which the students become 
familiar with the preparation of culture media, the principles 
of sterilization and disinfection, the methods of cultivating, 
6taining, and studying bacteria, the biological examination of 



80 Medical Department [824 

air, water, and soil, and the important species of pathogenic 
micro-organisms. The hygienic as well as the pathological 
relations of bacteriology are considered. 

IV. Lectures on Infection and Immunity. Profes- 
sor Welch, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 4 to 5, third trimester, 
first year class. During the course in bacteriology lectures 
are given devoted mainly to the consideration of subjects 
pertaining to infection and immunity. 

V. General Pathology, Pathological Anatomy and 
Pathological Histology. Professor Welch, Professor Win- 
ternitz and staff. Monday, Wednesday and Friday after- 
noons, 2 to 5, during the first and second trimesters, second 
year class. The subjects are covered, as far as practicable, by 
demonstrations, lectures and laboratory work. Pathological 
histology is taught as a part of pathological anatomy, the 
description and demonstration of gross lesions being followed 
by their microscopical examination. 

VI. Eecitations. Professor Welch, Mondays at 12, 
throughout the year. Weekly recitations cover the work 
done by the students of the first and of the second years 
in their laboratory exercises, in bacteriology and in path- 
ology, as well as subjects treated in lectures and those re- 
served more especially for text-book study. 

VII. Clinical and Pathological Conference. Wed- 
nesday at 12 m. throughout the year. (See Department of 
Medicine, page 86.) 

VIII. Advanced Work and Special Research. Oppor- 
tunity is afforded to those suitably trained to pursue ad- 
vanced work and special research in pathological anatomy 
and histology, experimental patholog}% and bacteriology. 
For these purposes the pathological laboratory is equipped 
with the necessary apparatus and material. 

IX. Immunology and Special Bacteriology. Dr. S. 
Bayne-Jones. Recent donations to the Department have es- 
tablished a new laboratory for investigation in immunology 
and special bacteriology. As the efforts of this department 
will be directed to the study of problems in infectious dis- 



825] Pathology, Bacteriology and Hygiene 81 

eases, the work will supplement that of the course in general 
bacteriology and will include serological procedures of es- 
pecial clinical significance. A course in serum-study and 
advanced bacteriology will be offered to students, for the pur- 
pose of providing them with an opportunity to gain labora- 
tory experience in the fundamental and recent methods of 
immunology. This course will be open to a limited number 
of students of the Third and Fourth Year Classes and will be 
offered during the Second Trimester, on Wednesdays and 
Fridays, from 2-5 p. m. Facilities will be provided at all 
times for students who wish to conduct independent investi- 
gations in this subject. 

Experimental Pathology 

The division of experimental pathology has been es- 
tablished, on the basis of courses already given, for the 
purpose of giving instruction concerning the abnormal ac- 
tivities of organs which result from pathological lesions. 

This work is largely experimental and obviously closely 
allied to experimental medicine and physiology. The course 
will consist of informal lectures, experiments, operations and 
demonstrations given during the second trimester on Thurs- 
days, 9-12 a. m. 

The main object of the course is to give students ele- 
mentary training in the methods of research : not to give 
a fixed series of demonstrations dealing with any one organ 
or system. The exercises will be concerned chiefly with 
the problems which are interesting the workers at the Hun- 
terian Laboratory so that the entire group may be familiar 
with all the problems under investigation. For this reason 
it is desired that the students taking this course may proceed 
with independent investigation of problems which are closely 
related to the work already in progress. Facilities for this 
work will be available during the entire year. Room is 
available for a limited number of advanced workers who may 
desire to investigate problems in experimental pathology. 



82 Medical Department [826 

Hygiene 

The instruction consists of: 

1. Didactic lectures given to the students of the third 
year during the third trimester. These lectures are designed 
to cover the principal facts in the epidemiology of the in- 
fectious diseases, and the measures which may be adopted 
to prevent their spread. 

The water-borne diseases, such as Asiatic cholera and ty- 
phoid fever, the insect-borne diseases, such as malaria, yellow 
fever, and typhus fever, the communicable diseases, the social 
diseases, and the exanthemata of childhood are considered 
in detail. 

Special lectures are also devoted to vital statistics, climate, 
soil, ventilation, sewerage, disposal, water supplies, sand 
filtration, and milk control. 

2. Practical Hygiene and Advanced Bacteriology. 

A laboratory course in the chemical and bacteriological 
analysis of water, milk, sewage, and disinfectants with in- 
struction in the use of instruments of precision is given dur- 
ing the first or second trimester to any students who have 
completed their work in bacteriology. Especial attention is 
paid to the bacteriological diagnosis of the infectious diseases 
and to the methods employed in public health laboratories 
and in hospitals. Weekly inspections are made of Public 
Health Institutions in Baltimore and Washington — such as 
the Baltimore Sewage Disposal Plant; The Washington Fil- 
tration Plant ; The Walker-Gordon Dairy Farm ; the Hygienic 
Laboratory of the Public Health and Marine Hospital Serv- 
ice; and the Laboratories of the Maryland and Baltimore 
Departments of Health. 

3. Immunity and Sekology. A course in the principles 
of immunity is given in the second trimester to a limited 
number of students. The methods of testing haemolysins, 
agglutins, bacterolysins, opsonins, precipitins and toxins will 
be demonstrated and the students will receive special instruc- 
tion in the immunization and care of animals. The practical 






827] Medicine 83 

work will be accompanied by lectures devoted to the various 
theories of immunity. 

4. Special Investigation. A limited number of stu- 
dents are taken into the laboratory for advanced work in 
Hygiene and Bacteriology. They are given special problems 
to work out independently or in connection with the instruc- 
tors in the department. Facilities will also be afforded med- 
ical graduates who desire to train themselves in Public Health 
work. 

Graduate Work 

Pathology. A limited number - of physicians will be 
received during the year in the courses in bacteriology and 
pathology. Fee for the year $50.00, for half year $25.00. 
Apply to Professor Welch. 

Hygiene. A limited number of graduates are admitted 
to the laboratory course in Hygiene. Fee $50.00. Apply to 
Professor Ford. 



MEDICINE 

(Including Work in the Clinical Laboratories) 

Theodore C. Janeway, M. D., Professor of Medicine. 

Hebman O. Mosenthal, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Paul W. Clough, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Clyde G. Guthrie, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Allen K. Krause, M. D., Associate Professor of Medicine. 

Thomas P. Sprunt, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Arthur L. Bloomfield, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Eveleth W. Bridgman, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Robert L. Levy, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Norman M. Keith, M. D., Instructor in Medicine. 

Mildred Clark, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Frank A. Evans, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

V. P. W. Sydenstricker, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Samuel W. Clausen, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Marjorie D. Batchelor, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Henry B. Richardson, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 

Alma Hiller, B. A., Assistant in Medicine. 

Linde B. Lange, M. D., Assistant in Medicine. 



84 Medical Department [828 

Lewellys F. Barker, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
William S. Thayer, M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas B. Futcher, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas E. Boggs, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Louis Hamman, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine. 
Frank R. Smith, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
Thomas It. Brown, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
John A. Luetscher, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
Louis P. Hamburger, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
Charles R. Austrian, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
Walter A. Baetjer, M. D., Associate in Clinical Medicine. 
J. Hall Pleasants, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
J. Albert Chatard, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Samuel Wolman, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Henry L. Smith, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Charles W. Larned, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
John H. King, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
David I. Macht, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Robert W. B. Mayo, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Sydney R. Miller, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Albert Keidel, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Martin F. Sloan, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Medicine. 
Eugene J. Leopold, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 
Caroline B. Towles, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 
Mary A. Hodge, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 
Isidore I. Hirschman, M. D., Assistaat in Clinical Medicine. 
Hiram Fried, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 
John T. King, Jr., M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 
Edward V. Coolahan, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Medicine. 

The teaching is in the dispensary, in the clinical labora- 
tories, in the wards, and in the clinical amphitheatre. Empha- 
sis is laid on practical instruction, by which the student is 
brought directly in contact with the patients and taught from 
the outset how to recognize and treat disease as it occurs in 
nature, not in books. 

A. Primarily for Students of the Third Trimester of the 
Second Year. 

1. Introduction" to Clinical Medicine. Two clinics 

and two conferences a week are held by Professor Janeway at 



829] Medicine 85 

which cases illustrating important groups of diseases or show- 
ing striking symptoms are presented and discussed from the 
standpoint of the student's knowledge of physiology and gen- 
eral pathology. 

2. Physical Diagnosis. 

a. Practical Instruction. In small groups once a week 
from 10 to 12. Dr. Bridgman, with the assistance of Drs. 
Hamburger, Austrian, Pleasants, Chatard, Wolnian, Sprunt, 
and J. T. King, Jr. 

b. Demonstrations. Two hours weekly. Dr. Bridgman. 

c. Recitation. One hour weekly. Dr. Bridgman. 

3. Introductory Lecture Courses. 

a. Applications of Chemistry to Internal Medicine. Asso- 
ciate Professor Mosenthal. Five lectures. 

b. Applications of Biology to Internal Medicine. Asso- 
ciate Professor Clough. 

B. Primarily for Students of the Third Year. 

4. Physical Diagnosis. During the first half-year. 

a. Practical Instruction. In small groups, two hours four 
times a week for one-eighth of the year. Dr. Bridgman, with 
the assistance of Drs. Hamburger, Pleasants, Chatard, Wol- 
man, Sprunt, J. T. King, Jr., and Hirschman. 

b. Recitation. One hour weekly, first and second trimes- 
ters. Dr. Bridgman. 

5. Practical Clinical Instruction. In sections, Mon- 
days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 10 to 12. 
Each quarter of the class is assigned to the medical dispen- 
sary two days a week for one quarter of the year. Each 
patient coming to the dispensary is assigned to a student, 
who takes the history, makes the physical examination, and 
reports to one of the instructors, who reviews his work. 

6. Clinical Instruction at Bay View. During the 
second half-year each quarter of the class spends one morning 
a week at the City Hospital, Bay View, under the direction 
of Associate Professor Boggs. 



86 Medical Department [830 

7. Laboratory Diagnosis. 

Associate Professor Guthrie, assisted by Drs. W. A. Baetjer, 
S. E. Miller, Evans, and M. D. Batchelor, conducts through- 
out the year, a course in microscopical and chemical diagnosis. 
For this work, three lectures and two afternoons a week in 
the laboratory are required. The course is a systematic one 
in which the students are trained in the clinical methods of 
examining sputum, gastric contents, urine, fasces, and blood, 
utilizing the materials obtained from the wards for the prac- 
tical work. 

Under the subjects of blood and fasces particularly, atten- 
tion is given to the diagnosis of the various parasitic infec- 
tions, important clinically, with a consideration of the 
parasites and carriers concerned, as an introduction to 
Tropical Medicine. 

Considerable practical work is required outside of the regu- 
lar class hours. 

Two of the large rooms of the clinical laboratory are 
devoted exclusively to the third year students. Each student 
has his own place in the laboratory, with locker, microscope, 
reagents, etc. 

8. Clinical Medicine. 

a. Clinical Lectures and Conferences. The important 
groups of diseases will be presented and discussed in two 
clinical lectures and one conference a week during the first 
half-year, and one clinical lecture and one conference a week 
during the second half-year, by Professor Thayer, Associate 
Professors Mosenthal, Futcher and Clough, and Drs. T. E. 
Brown and Austrian. 

b. Dispensary Clinics. Associate Professor Hamman on 
Thursday at 12 throughout. the year, and Associate Professor 
Futcher on Monday at 12 for the second half-year, will hold 
a clinic at the close of the practical instruction in the dis- 
pensary. 

c. The Saturday Clmic. On Saturdays at noon the 
third year students meet with those of the fourth year for a 
general clinic in the medical amphitheatre of the hospital. 



831] Medicine 87 

Professor Janeway, first and second trimesters; Professor 
Barker, third trimester. 

9. Therapeutics. Dr. Bloomfield, assisted by Dr. Levy. 

a. Demonstrations once a week throughout the year. Prac- 
tical demonstrations of the various therapeutic procedures, 
such as bleeding, aspiration, and paracentesis, the simpler 
hydrotherapeutic procedures, etc. The general care of pa- 
tients in the treatment of special diseases is considered; 
dietetic treatment and the preparation of the simpler foods 
are described. The various groups of drugs are studied from 
the standpoint of their indications and the methods of their 
use in the treatment of disease, and the students observe 
their effects as employed in the regular treatment of the 
patients in the medical wards of the hospital. 

b. Recitation once a week for the third trimester. 

10. Syphilis. Clinical lecture, Tuesday from 4.30 to 
5.30, during the first trimester. Dr. Keidel. 

11. Tubekculosis. Lecture, Tuesday, from 4.30 to 5.30, 
during the second trimester. Associate Professor Krause. 

12. Elective Courses. 

a. Medical Dispensary. Mondays and Wednesdays, or 
Thursdays and Saturdays, from 10 to 12, during February 
and March. Associate Professors Futcher and Hamman. 

b. Tuberculosis. In the Phipps Dispensary, Mondays and 
Wednesdays, or Thursdays and Saturdays, from 10 to 12, for 
the second half-year, limited to six students. Dr. Austrian, 

c. Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines. Mondays and 
Wednesdays, from 10 to 12, during the second half-year. Dr, 
T. R. Brown. 

d. The Cardiac Arhythmias. Lecture, Fridays at 4.30 ? 
during the second trimester. Dr. Bridgman. 

e. Summer Work in the Dispensary. After the comple- 
tion of the second and third years the students have an oppor- 
tunity to assist in the dispensary during the summer months. 
Associate Professors Futcher and Hamman. 

f. Advanced Work and Research. (See page 90.) 



88 Medical Department [832 

C. Primarily for Students of the Fourth Year, 

The students are divided into three equal groups, each 
group serving for one trimester, successively, in the medical, 
surgical, and elective divisions of the hospital. 

13. Ward Work. The members of each medical group 
serve for a trimester as clinical clerks in the medical wards 
of the hospital, to which they have access from 8 a. m. to 5 
p. m. A number of beds are assigned to each student, who 
makes the necessary examinations under the guidance and 
direction of the medical staff. 

A large room of the clinical laboratory is devoted exclu- 
sively to the fourth year class. Here each student has a 
place with a microscope, reagents, etc., throughout the ses- 
sion, and can engage in any special work. 

In addition to the ordinary routine work, each student is 
encouraged to make studies with some especial method and 
to make a report of his experiences with it. 

14. Ward Classes. Every morning, at 9, a ward visit 
is made by the Professor, one of the Associate Professors 
or Clinical Professors, or the Eesident Physician. 

15. The Saturday Clinic. At 12 o'clock on Saturday, 
the fourth year students attend a general medical clinic in 
the amphitheatre. The clinical clerks read the histories of 
the new cases brought before the class, and report on the 
progress of cases previously shown. Professor Janeway, first 
and second trimesters; Professor Barker, third trimester. 

16. Advanced Medical Clinic. At 12 o'clock on Tues- 
day during the first and second trimesters, Professor Barker 
will give clinical lectures in the amphitheatre on selected 
topics. 

17. Clinical and Pathological Conference. At 12 
o'clock on Wednesday, a clinical and pathological conference 
is held throughout the academic year in the pathological 
laboratory. Professor Janeway, first and second trimesters; 
Professor Thayer, third trimester; with Associate Professor 
Winternitz. 



833] Medicine 89 

18. Disorders of Metabolism. Elective course. Asso- 
ciate Professor Mosenthal. A few properly qualified students 
will be accepted for practical work in the dispensar3% Tues- 
days from 10 to 12, and to undertake special investigations 
in the chemical laboratory. 

19. Medical Bacteriology. Elective course. Drs. Clough 
and Sydenstricker. Practical work open to members of the 
medical section each trimester. At suitable times oppor- 
tunity will be afforded to small groups to familiarize them- 
selves with the technique of the various diagnostic procedures 
carried on in the bacteriological laboratory. Informal talks 
and laboratory demonstrations will be given. 

20. Advanced Course in the Piiipps Dispensary for 
Tuberculosis. Elective course. Associate Professor Krause 
and Dr. Austrian. Second trimester. Limited to four stu- 
dents. 

a. Clinical portion, Tuesdays and Fridays, 10 to 12 m. 

b. Laboratory portion, two mornings a week from 10 
to 12. 

21. Extramural Course in the Study of Tubercu- 
losis. At the City Hospital, Bay View. Elective course. 
Dr. Wilson. Limited to eight students. 

22. Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines. Elev- 
tive course. Fridays from 12 to 1, during the third trimes- 
ter. Dr. Brown. 

23. Diagnosis and Treatment of Some Minor Ail- 
ments. Elective course. Tuesdays, 12 to 1, third trimester. 
Dr. Hamburger. 

24. The Cardiac Arhythmias. Elective course. Lec- 
ture Fridays at 4.30, second trimester. Dr. Bridgman. 

25. Syphilis. Elective course. 

a. Clinic. Thursdays from 4 to 5 p. m., during the year. 
Dr. Keidel. 

b. Practical Work in the syphilis department of the dis- 
pensary, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, from 2 to 3.30. 
Dr. Keidel. 



90 Medical Department [834 

26. Medical Urology. Local conditions in the genito- 
urinary tract which may give rise to general constitutional 
effects. Eelation of diseases of the central nervous system to 
vesical disturbances. Nephritis in relation to the functional 
methods of diagnosis. Medical care of urological patients 
requiring surgical treatment. One hour a week in second 
trimester. Elective. Fourth year. Dr. Keith. 

27. Advanced Work and Research. Students of the 
third and fourth years may, if fitted for it and with the 
permission of Professor Janeway, undertake advanced work 
and research in internal medicine (see below). 

Graduate Work 

28. Medicine, Elementary. A limited number of phy- 
sicians may be admitted to the regular exercises of the third 
or fourth year classes, including ward classes, clinics, and 
the work in the clinical laboratory, but cannot be received as 
clinical clerks in Course 13. Fee $100.00 for the entire year; 
$50.00 for half a year. Applications should be made to Pro- 
fessor Janeway. 

Beginning June first, various courses are offered to gradu- 
ates in medicine, as designated on page 111. 

29. Medicine, Advanced Work and Research. Physi- 
cians properly trained in fundamental methods who are de- 
sirous of pursuing some definite lines of investigation may be 
admitted to the clinic as voluntary assistants. The facilities 
available for this purpose comprise the medical wards of the 
hospital, the medical dispensary service, and the following 
laboratories of the clinic: the general clinical laboratory, the 
chemical laboratory, the biological and bacteriological labora- 
tories, the heart station, the Kenneth Dows Laboratory for 
Tuberculosis, and the Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental 
Medicine. 



835] Surgery 91 

DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 

Henry M. Thomas, M. D., Clinical Professor of Neurology. 

G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr., M. D., Instructor in Clinical Neurology. 

Charles M. Byrnes, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Neurology. 

The following required courses are given: 

For students of the third trimester of the Second Year. 

I. Introduction to Neurology, Friday, 3 to 4 p. m. 
For students of the third year. 

II. Practical work. The class is divided into four sec- 
tions and each section works in the Neurological dispensary 
from 10 a. m. to 12 m., twice a week for one quarter of the 
year, and once a week during the second half-year. 

III. Recitation or clinic. Tuesday, 11 a. m. to 12 m. 

IV. Eecitation or clinic. Friday, 12 to 1 p. m., after 
April 1. 

The following elective courses are offered during the fourth 
year : 

I. Nervous dispensary. Daily, 10 to 11 a. m., repeated 
each trimester. 

II. Nervous diseases, Tuesday and Thursday, 12 m. to 
1 p. m., repeated each trimester. 



SURGERY 



William S. Halsted, M. D., Professor of Surgery. 
George J. Heuer, M. D., Associate Professor of Surgery. 
Emil Goetsch, M. D., Associate in Surgery. 
Mont R. Reid, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Walter E. Dandy, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Charles A. Waters, M. D., Instructor in Actinography. 
Roger P. Batchelor, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
Ernest G. Grey, M. D., Instructor in Surgery. 
William C. Duffy, M. D., Assistant in Surgery. 



John M. T. Finney, M. D., Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Joseph C. Bloodgood, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery. 

Frederick H. Baetjer, M. D., Associate Professor of Actinography. 



92 Medical Department [836 

Richard H. Follis, M. D., Associate in Clinical Surgery. 
N. E. B. Iglehart, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
Omar B. Pan coast, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
William A. Fisher, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
J. Staige Davis, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
Bertram M. Bernheim, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
Harvey B. Stone, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Surgery. 
Harry L. Homer, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Surgery. 
J. William Pierson, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Roentgenology. 

Urology 

Hugh H. Young, M. D., Clinical Professor of Urology. 

John T. Geraghty, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Urology. 

David M. Davis, M. D., Associate in Urology. 

William A. Frontz, M. D., Instructor in Urology. 

J. A. Campbell Colston, M. D., Instructor in Urology. 

Frederick W. Hobelman, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Urology. 

Jonathan E. Burns, Jr., M. D., Assistant in Urology. 

Orthopedic Surgery 

William S. Baer, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Orthopedic 

Surgery. 
DuMont F. Elmendorf, M. D., Assistant in Orthopedic Surgery. 
George E. Bennett, M. D., Associate in Clinical Orthopedic Surgery. 
Roades Fayerweather, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Orthopedic 

Surgery. 
Howard E. Ashbury, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Orthopedic 

Surgery. 

Laryngology 

Samuel J. Crowe, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Laryngology. 
Henry R. Slack, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Laryngology. 
S. Shelton Watkins, M. D., Assistant in Laryngology. 
J. Julian Chisolm, M. D., Assistant in Laryngology. 
Charles L. McCarthy, M. D., Assistant in Laryngology. 
Hoagland C. Davis, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Laryngology. 



The teaching is in the dispensary, in the wards and oper- 
ating rooms of the Hospital, in the clinical laboratory and 
in the Hunterian Laboratory of Experimental Medicine. 

A required introductory course is given in the third tri- 



837] Surgery 93 

mester of the second year consisting of clinics and recita- 
tions and practical work in bandaging, by Drs. Finney, Heuer, 
Homer and Davis. 

The principal subjects of the third year are the general 
principles of surgery, surgical diagnosis, surgical pathology 
and operative surgery in the laboratory. 

I. Clinics. A weekly clinic is given by Professor Hal- 
sted for students in the third and fourth years. 

Two clinics weekly are given by Professor Finney for the 
third year class. 

II. Minor Surgery. Drs. Homer, Follis, Pancoast, Davis, 
Fisher, Stone, and Bernheim. Four times weekly for first 
half-year, and twice weekly for second half-year, in sections, 
in the dispensary. 

III. Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Professor 
Bloodgood, Wednesday, 2-4.30, entire year, whole class. Fri- 
day, elective course, 2-4.30 p. m. (See special announce- 
ment.) 

IV. Operative Surgery. Drs. Heuer, Goetsch, Dandy, 
Eeid, and Grey. Elective, once weekly from October to May. 
A four-hour exercise is given to successive sections in the 
Hunterian laboratory. 

V. Eecitations. Twice weekly, upon assigned subjects, 
are held by Drs. Finney, Follis, Heuer, Goetsch, Davis, Stone, 
Fisher, Pancoast, Bernheim, and Grey. 

The work of the fourth year consists of : 

I. Ward Work. The members of each of the three 
groups into which the class of the fourth year is divided, 
serve for a trimester in the surgical wards of the Hospital. 

II. Ward Classes. The students make the morning and 
other visits to the wards with Professors Halsted, Finney, 
Young, Baer, Heuer, and Dr. Goetsch, and the Eesident 
surgeon, where they receive bedside instruction. 

III. Clinics. A weekly clinic, by Professor Halsted, 
Friday, 12 m. to 1 p. m. 

IV. Surgical Operating Room. To each group of 



94 Medical Department [838 

fourth-year students the privileges of the private operating 
rooms are extended for one trimester. 

V. Genito-TTrinary Surgery. Professor Young. (For 
details, see below.) 

VI. Recitation. Professor Bloodgood. Tuesday, 11 to 
12 m. (entire group). 

YIT. Orthopedic Surgery. Professor Baer. (For de- 
tails, see page 95.) 

VIII. Laryngology. Dr. Crowe. (For details, see 
pages 95, 96.) 

IX. Roentgenology. Dr. Baetjer. 

Graduate Work 

Surgical Pathology. Professor J. C. Bloodgood. 

Graduates can enter the Laboratory of Surgical Pathology 
at any time for special instruction. The work is so arranged 
as to occupy the entire day or a portion of| each day. A fee 
is charged for this course. 

X-Ray Diagnosis and Therapeutics. Dr. F. H. Baetjer. 
This course is given three times during the year, as follows: 
Course I, October 15 to December 15; Course II, January 15 
to March 15; Course III, April 15 to June 15. (Limited to 
five in each course.) 

Each course consists of daily demonstrations from 11 
a. m. to 12.30 p. m., and aims to give a practical knowledge 
of the construction and manipulation of the X-ray apparatus, 
and its use in diagnosis and treatment. 

Urology 

During the fourth year Professor Young and Dr. Geraghty 
conduct the following elective courses : 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 2 p. m. 
to 3.30 p. m., for one-half trimester or alternate days for 
entire trimester. 



839] Surgery 95 

II. Weekly lecture or clinic, Professor Young, Monday, 
3.30 p. m. to 4.30 p. m., for one trimester. 

Major Course 

I. Practical work in the Hospital laboratories or operat- 
ing room, daily from 9 a. m. to 12 m., for one trimester. 
(Limited to six students.) 

II. Weekly lecture or clinic, Monday, 3.30 p. m. to 4.30 
p. m., throughout the year. 

III. Pathology of the genito-urinary tract, twice weekly, 
Dr. Geraghty, Monday and Thursday, 12 to 1 p. m. 

Orthopedic Surgery 

Instructions in Orthopedic Surgery is given throughout the 
fourth year by Dr. Baer, assisted by Drs. Fayerweather, Ben- 
nett, Ashbury, and Elmendorf . 

Obligatory Work : 

I. Ward rounds, once weekly throughout the year, for the 
surgical section. 

II. Clinical instruction for groups of fourteen daily or 
three times weekly, for one trimester, from 2 to 3.30 p. m. 

III. Operative clinic, Monday and Thursday, 10-12. 

Elective Courses 

I. A clinical lecture or recitation is given throughout the 
entire year, on Thursdays, from 12 m. to 1 p. m. 

II. Dispensary clinic is held daily from 2 to 3.30 p. m. 

III. Lateral Curvature Course is given on Tuesday morn- 
ings and Saturday afternoons. 

Laryngology 

The following elective courses are offered during the fourth 
year: 



96 Medical Department [840 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, three days a week 
from 2 to 3.30 p. m., for one trimester. 

II. Daily clinic and lecture in the dispensary, 2.30 to 3.30 
p. m. Dr. Crowe or Dr. Slack. 

III. Weekly lecture or clinic, Dr. Crowe, Wednesday, 3.30 
to 4.30 p. m. 

IV. X-Ray Diagnosis of sinus and mastoid conditions. 
Dr. Crowe. One day a week. 

Major Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily from 2 to 4.30 
p. m., for one trimester. 

II. Lecture, Wednesday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m. throughout 
the year. 

III. On request, students will be allowed to assist in 
operations in the general operating room. 

Throughout the third year obligatory courses in laryngo- 
scopy are given to groups of fifteen students on Saturday 
from 2 to 4 p. m., as a preparation for the work of the fourth 
year in the laryngological clinics and wards. 

An elective course in bronchoscopy and oesophagoscopy is 
offered to fourth year students in the elective group, Tuesday, 
from 3 to 5 p. m., in the Hunterian Laboratory. Dr. Slack. 
(Limited to groups of ten.) 

Throughout the fourth year students in the medical group 
will have opportunities to make routine examination of the 
nose, throat, larynx and sinuses upon patients in the public 
wards. 



841] Pediatrics 97 

PEDIATRICS 

John Howland, M. D., Professor of Pediatrics. 

Edwards A. Park, M. D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics. 

Williams McK. Marriott, M. D., Associate in Pediatrics. 

Kenneth D. Blackfan, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

James L. Gamble, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Warren R. Sis son, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Gbover F. Powers, M. D., Instructor in Pediatrics. 

Harold L. Higgins, A. B., Assistant in Pediatrics. 

J. H. Mason Knox, Ph. D., M. D., Associate in Clinical Pediatrics. 

Second Year 

During the last trimester of this year one hour a week 
is devoted to recitations, demonstrations and lectures upon 
the growth and development of infants and children and 
upon the subject of nutrition, normal and abnormal and the 
influence of the food stuffs, in so far as pediatrics is con- 
cerned. 

Fourth Year 

I. A weekly clinic or lecture on Monday from 12 to 1 
throughout the year. This is given by Dr. Knox in the first 
trimester and by Professor Howland in the second and third 
trimesters. 

II. Section teaching is given to each section twice a week 
for one trimester. This consists in the examination by stu- 
dents of patients in the wards and in the dispensary, in the 
presentation of cases by the students and in the discussion 
of symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Special attention is 
paid to the diseases peculiar to infancy and childhood and to 
the differences in the manifestation of disease in children as 
contrasted with adults. 

III. An elective major course is given each trimester to 
not more than seven students. Those electing this course 
serve as clinical clerks in the wards and dispensary, as well 
as attend the other exercises. 

Graduate Courses 
For details, see announcement of summer courses. 
4 



98 Medical Department [842 

OBSTETRICS 

J. Whiteidge Williams, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 
Karl M. Wilson, M. D., Associate in Clinical Obstetrics. 
Evebett D. Plass, M. D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 
Daniel Davis, M. D., Instructor in Obstetrics. 
John G. Mueeay, Jr., M. D., Assistant in Obstetrics. 

Instruction is given in the third and fourth years. The 
third-year work is obligatory and must be taken by all stu- 
dents, while that of the fourth year is elective. 

Third Year 

In this year five hours a week are devoted to the subject, 
and the time is divided as follows : 

I. Kecitations or Exercises with the Manikin. 
Thrice weekly throughout the year. In the former the gen- 
eral principles of obstetrics are considered, while in the latter, 
which are interspersed between the recitations, the technique 
of obstetrical examination and of the various operative pro- 
cedures is taught, 

II. Practical Instruction. This includes the exami- 
nation of pregnant women, pelvimetry, the delivery of pa- 
tients, and the care of the woman and child after delivery. 

III. Ward Classes to groups, twice weekly throughout 
the year. 

IV. Elective courses in Obstetrical Pathology will be 
given by Drs. Williams, Wilson and Plass on Friday after- 
noons from 2 to 4.00, during each of the first two trimesters. 
Practical laboratory instruction is given in the anatomy and 
histology of the generative organs, as well as in the pathology 
of the various diseases of pregnancy, labor and the puerperal 
state. 

Fourth Year 



The elective work of this year is arranged in trimesters. 
Classes are held on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 
to 12 o'clock, and patients are delivered as they fall into 






843] Gynecology 99 

labor. Each practical course will be limited to ten students, 
and the work will be divided as follows: 

I. Delivery of patients in the ward and out-patient serv- 
ice and opportunity to witness all operations performed in 
the department. 

II. Ward and nursery rounds. 

III. Ante- and post-partum examination of patients. 

IV. Obstetrical seminary. 

V. A course of practical instruction in contracted pelves. 

VI. A practical and laboratory course on the metabolism 
of pregnancy and its abnormalities. 

VII. A course in comparative placentation and elemen- 
tary teratology. 

VIII. Obstetrical pathology. 

A credit of 1% units will be allowed for the regular class 
work, and an additional unit to students delivering 10 or 
more patients in the out-door service. 

Graduate Work 

A limited number of physicians may receive advanced in- 
struction during the academic year. Those wishing to do so 
should apply to Professor Williams stating the character of 
the work they desire and their qualifications for undertak- 
ing it. 



GYNECOLOGY 



•Howard A. Kelly, M. D., Professor of Gynecology. 

William W. Russell, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical 

Gynecology. 
Thomas S. Cullex, M. B., Associate Professor of Clinical Gynecology. 
Guy L. Hunxer, M. D., Associate in Clinical Gynecology. 
•Elizabeth Hurdon, M. D., Associate in Clinical Gynecology. 
Edward H. Richardson, M. D., Associate in Clinical Gynecology. 
Walter R. Holmes, M. D., Instructor in Gynecology. 



Absent on leave. 



100 Medical Department [844 

Emil Novak, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Gynecology. 
George L. Stickney, M. D., Voluntary Assistant in Clinical Gyne- 
cology. 

Instruction is given to third and fourth year students and 
also to graduates. The courses of the third year are obliga- 
tory, those of the fourth year elective. 

Third Year 

I. Gynecological diagnosis. Each section once a week for 
four months. Practical instruction in the technique and in- 
terpretation of pelvic examinations; demonstrations of se- 
lected operations. Drs. Eussell and Eichardson. 

II. A lecture, pathological demonstration or recitation 
once a week, throughout the year. Drs. Eussell, Hunner, and 
Eichardson. 

Fourth Year 

I. Ward rounds twice a week; bed-side instruction and 
demonstrations. Dr. Cullen and the Eesident Staff. 

II. Out-patient clinics. A limited number of students 
are allowed to assist in the work of the dispensary daily, 
2 to 4 p. m. Dr. Eichardson and the Eesident Staff. 

III. Practical Cystoscopy. Demonstrations, covering the 
entire subject of diseases of the urinary tract in women, to 
a limited number of students three days a week from 2.30 
to 4.30 p. m. Dr. Hunner and the Eesident Gynecologist. 

IV. Advanced Course. Offered to each section for one 
trimester. This includes ward rounds, pelvic examinations 
under anesthesia, demonstrations of operating room technique 
and of major operations, lectures and recitations. Drs. Kelly 
and Cullen. 

VI. Gynecological pathology. This course embraces the 
thorough gross and microscopic study of all diseases of the 
pelvic structures. Special attention is given to the examina- 
tion of scrapings. Drs. Cullen, Novak, and Stickney. 



845] Psychiatry 101 

Graduate Work 

Gynecological pathology (limited to five students). Drs. 
Cullen and Staff. 

This course begins October 1 and extends through two 
trimesters. The class meets Friday afternoons, 2 to 4.30. 
Applications should be sent to the Eegistrar not later than 
September 15. Fee, $50.00. 

During March and April on Tuesdays, 2 to 4.30 p. m., a 
course (limited to ten) will be given in the diagnosis of 
uterine scrapings. Fee, $50.00. All pathological conditions 
of the cervix and body of the uteris that might be mistaken 
for cancer are discussed, and special consideration is given 
to the early diagnosis of cancer of the uterus. The methods 
of obtaining and examining pieces of uterine tissue are given 
in detail. Fee, $50.00. 

For summer courses, see announcement, page 111. 



PSYCHIATRY 



Adolf Meyer, M. D., Professor of Psychiatry. 

Henry J. Berkley, M. D., Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. 

Charles Macfie Campbell, M. D., Associate Professor of Psychiatry. 

W. Rush Duxton, Jr., M. D., Instructor in Clinical Psychiatry. 

Trigaxt Burrow, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Psychiatry. 

Roscoe W. Hall, M. D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

Clarence A. Neymann, M. D., Assistant in Psychiatry. 

The following courses are offered: 

1. Medical psychology. An extension of physiology and 
general pathology into the study of mental activities. Third 
trimester of the second year (Tuesday, 2-4 p. m.). (Re- 
quired. ) 

2. Psychopathology. Examination and differentiation of 
the psycho-pathological reaction-types. First trimester, third 
year. (Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 4.30 to 5.30 p. m.) 
(Required.) 



102 Medical Department [846 

3. Practical psychiatry (psychiatric nosology and special 
problems) : An obligatory course of clinical demonstrations 
and of lectures during the second trimester of the fourth 
year, Fridays, 4.30 to 5.30, and Saturdays, 3.30-5.30. 

4. Weekly clinics and discussions for 3rd and 4th years, 
third trimester, Thursdays, 4.30 to 5.30. (Optional.) 

No candidate is admitted to the final examination without 
evidence of having made at least six mental examinations 
with differential diagnosis under the supervision of the staff 
of the clinic, either in the dispensary or on the wards. 

Elective Work for Fourth-Year Students 

1. Elective clinics will be given by Dr. Henry J. Berkley 
to a class limited to twelve at the Bay View Asylum, on Sat- 
urdays from 3.30 to 5.30 p. m. during the first trimester of 
the 4th year ; and by Dr. Dunton at the Sheppard and Enoch 
Pratt Hospital on Saturdays, 3.30 to 5.30 p. m., during the 
3rd trimester. 

2. Dispensary work, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and 
Friday, 10-12, with Dr. Charles Macfie Campbell. Open to 
third and fourth year students. 

Each student will have the opportunity of personally ex- 
amining and treating under supervision cases of incipient 
mental disorder. At the end of the hour there will be the 
presentation of one or two of the most instructive cases, or 
a review of the day's material so that each student will profit 
by the whole of the clinical material available. 

3. Work on ward cases, partly in connection with the 
Thursday clinics. 

In the first trimester Dr. Campbell will give an elective 
course on special methods of investigation and treatment in 
hysteria and the psychoneuroses. Mondays, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m. 

Special laboratory work in general clinical laboratory 
methods, neuropathology and psychology (elective for second, 
third or fourth year). 



847] Ophthalmology 103 

Graduate Work 

Post-graduate work is limited to physicians who will spend 
at least one trimester in work in the clinic and its laborator- 
ies. For summer courses, see announcement, page 112. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 



Samuel Theobald, M. D., Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology. 
Robert L. Randolph, M. D., Associate Professor of Clinical Ophthal- 
mology and Otology. 
James J. Mills, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Ophthalmology. 
Leo J. Goldbach, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology. 
Lloyd B. Whitham, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology. 
M. Randolph Kahn, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Ophthalmology. 

I. Daily clinics are given in the dispensary by Professors 
Theobald and Randolph. Each of the sub-sections into which 
the fourth-year class is divided attends these clinics for a half 
trimester. By this arrangement an opportunity is afforded 
each student to acquire a practical knowledge of eye diseases. 

II. The major course in Ophthalmology comprises, be- 
sides greater clinical advantages — including the privilege of 
attendance upon the clinics of Professor Theobald at the 
Baltimore Eye, Ear and Throat Charity Hospital — instruc- 
tion in operative surgery of the eye, in the determination of 
errors of refraction, the optometric use of the ophthalmo- 
scope and skiascopy. 

III. Weekly lecture, Thursday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m., 
through the year. Professor Theobald. 

IV. During the third year a preparatory course in oph- 
thalmoscopy is given by Dr. Mills. 

Graduate Work 

For sum::., r courses for general practitioners see announce- 
ment, page 11 c. 



104 Medical Department [848 



DERMATOLOGY 

T. Caspar Gilchrist, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 
J. Williams Lord, M. D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology. 
Edgar R. Strobel, M. D., Associate in Clinical Dermatology. 
Lloyd W. Ketron, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Dermatology. 
J. Scott Willock, M. D., Instructor in Clinical Dermatology. 
Isaac R. Pels, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Dermatology. 
J. Edward Gately, M. D., Assistant in Clinical Dermatology. 

The instruction consists of the following elective courses 
offered to students in the fourth year: 

Minor Course 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, including clinical 
demonstrations, 2 to 2.30 p. m., on alternate days during one 
trimester. 

II. Weekly clinical conferences on Tuesdays at 3.30 to 
4.30 p. m. 

III. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of the 
common cutaneous diseases on Tuesdays and Saturdays. 

Major Course 

I. Daily work in the dispensary from 2 to 4.30 p. m. 
through one trimester. 

II. Weekly clinical conferences on Tuesdays, 3.30 to 4.30 
p. m. throughout the year. 

III. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of the 
common cutaneous diseases. 

IV. Eesearch work. 

Graduate Work 

An opportunity is given to obtain practical instruction in 
dermatology during the academic year. 

I. Practical work in the dispensary, daily, 2 to 4 p. m., 
for one or more trimesters. 

II. A course in the pathology and bacteriology of the 
common cutaneous diseases. 






849] Legal Medicine 105 

MEDICAL ZOOLOGY 

Chables Wardell Stiles, Ph. D., D. Sc, Lecturer on Medical 
Zoology and Professor of Zoology to the U. S. Public Health 
Service. 

Instruction in Medical Zoology is given to students of the 
third and fourth years by Dr. Stiles. It consists of a course 
of twenty lectures on the medical relations of animals to 
man (animal parasites, animals as transmitters of disease, 
poisonous snakes, etc.) ; ten lectures are given each year, 
illustrated with numerous charts, lantern slides, and speci- 
mens, and supplemented by practical laboratory exercises in 
studying both live and preserved parasites, examining meat 
for trichiniasis and in the diagnosis of various zooparasite 
diseases by microscopic examination of fasces. The parasites 
are studied from the standpoints of zoology, practical medi- 
cine, and public health. 



LEGAL MEDICINE 

William W. Ford, M. D., Lecturer in Legal Medicine. 

The instruction is given in the third year. The lectures 
are intended to instruct the students in the actual facts of 
applied medicine, which constitutes the basis of the work of 
the medico-legal practitioner, as in the duties of the medical 
expert witness and his relations to his client and to the court. 

The lectures deal with sexual transgressions, abortion, in- 
fanticide, etc., with the circumstances attendant upon violent 
death in its various forms and with injuries of all sorts, 
mechanical and chemical, and with the medico-legal relations 
of insanity. 

Especial attention is directed to the methods of investi- 
gation and protocol writing in such cases, and to the tech- 
nical means by which suspected marks, stains and traces of 
all sorts may be recognized. Instruction as to the character 
of medical evidence which is useful and admissible in court 
and as to its presentation, is emphasized. 



106 Medical Department [850 

INSTRUCTION IN ART AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE 

Max Bboedel, Associate Professor of Art as applied to Medicine. 

A. Courses for Medical Students 

1). A course in drawing open to students of all four 
years, to research workers and to members of the faculty 
for one afternoon a week throughout the year. This course 
will be limited to 12 students. The work will first deal with 
the exact study of the plastic representation of medical ob- 
jects of all kinds. Later on this will lead to the study of 
diagrammatic drawings and sketches useful in taking medi- 
cal histories or illustrating lectures with blackboard sketches. 
Lastly various techniques for making medical illustrations 
for publications will be taught. 

2). Research workers who require pictorial representa- 
tions of their research, will be taught the principles of making 
such drawings. 

B. Courses for Artists and Art Students 

1). Special instruction to medical illustrators who desire 
to take up advanced work in a particular branch. The fee 
will depend on the length of the course and the character 
of the instruction. Minimum fee, $25.00. Such courses may 
be taken at any time during the academic year. 

2). A regular course for beginners. This course will 
continue during the entire day throughout the academic year. 
Applicants who are not graduates of an art school must 
submit samples of their work. The duration of the course 
of instruction will of necessity depend on the talent of the 
individual, the average term, however, not exceeding two 
years. The fee is $100.00 a year. Drawings of especial 
merit may be accepted and utilized by the Department for 
publication and as a practical test of the artist's ability. 
Although such drawings become the property of the school, 
the student will receive several printed proofs after publica- 



851] Instruction in Art as Applied to Medicine 107 

tion. All drawings and sketches not so honored will remain 
the property of the student. 

The course will include : 

a). Anatomical studies of the skeleton, muscles and vis- 
cera from the standpoint of the medical illustrator. Every- 
thing studied is sketched or drawn. 

o). Studies of fresh material at autopsies, combined with 
microscopic studies of the various tissues in health and dis- 
ease. A number of accessory methods will be employed in 
studying fresh tissues. 

c) . Studies of hardened specimens from the various patho- 
logical collections, combined with the study of the texture 
of the individual structures of the body. 

d). Based on the foregoing the student is ready to study 
the pictorial representation of physical examinations, various 
kinds of treatment and the different steps in surgical oper 
ations. 

e). Stress will be laid on the correct attitude of the medi- 
cal illustrator toward problems in medical research and to- 
ward the conception of a medical illustration in general as an 
aid to the text and also as a work of art. 

/). Parallel with and supplementing these studies, in- 
struction will be given in the various techniques suitable for 
medical illustrations intended for publication. Namely : 

1). Half-tone drawings in crayon, etc. — Mixed tech- 
nique. 
2). Water color painting. 
3). Line drawings in pen and ink. Diagrams. 
4) . Charts for class demonstrations. 

g). Studies of the various methods of reproduction from 
the standpoint of the illustrator. 



108 Medical Department [852 



HISTORY AND LITERATURE OF MEDICINE 

The Historical Club meets once a month throughout the 
academic year in the medical amphitheatre of the Hospital. 
Old and rare or otherwise historically interesting books are 
exhibited and the history of medical doctrines, of epochs in 
medicine and of the lives and contributions to knowledge of 
eminent men, and other themes pertaining to the history of 
medicine are considered. Many students avail themselves of 
the stimulating and educational advantages afforded by the 
meetings of this Club. 



SPECIAL LECTURES 



From time to time, as opportunity offers, short courses of 
special lectures or demonstrations upon selected topics are 
given either by specially appointed lecturers or by members 
of the teaching staff. 



SUMMER COURSES FOR GRADUATES IN 
MEDICINE 



SUMMER COURSES FOR GRADUATES IN 
MEDICINE 



In co-operation with the Johns Hopkins Hospital, the 
following courses are offered to graduates in medicine. In- 
struction will begin on Thursday, June 1st and end on Sat- 
urday, July 15th. 

Under special circumstances, fourth year students of ac- 
credited medical schools may obtain permission to register for 
these courses, which are primarily intended for physicians. 

The right is reserved to cancel any course announced, 'in 
case less than five (5) persons register for it. 

Medicine 

I. Medical Clinics — Dr. L. Hamman, Associate in Clini- 
cal Medicine, and Dr. P. W. Clough, Associate in Medicine. 

A course in medical diagnosis and treatment demonstrated 
upon patients from the medical wards of the hospital. Daily, 
9 to 10 a. m. 

II. Clinical Microscopy — Dr. W. A. Baetjer, Associate 
in Clinical Medicine, and Staff. 

The course consists of lectures and laboratory instruction 
in the microscopic and chemical examination of urine, blood, 
gastric contents, faeces and sputum. Tuesday, Thursday 
and Saturday, 2 to 4.30 p. m. 

III. Percussion and Auscultation — Dr. E. W. Bridgman, 
Instructor in Medicine, and Dr. S. Wolman, Instructor in 
Clinical Medicine. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Satur- 
day, 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

IV. Diseases of the Digestive Apparatus — Dr. T. R. 
Brown, Associate in Clinical Medicine, and Staff. 

A course in the disease of the digestive apparatus, with 
practical exercises in the use of the various diagnostic meth- 

111 



112 Medical Department [856 

ods, including sigmoidoscopic and fluoroscopic examinations. 
Monday and Wednesday, 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

V. Diseases of Metabolism — Dr. H. 0. Mosenthal, Asso- 
ciate Professor of Medicine. 

A series of special clinics. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day, 12 m. to 1 p. m. 

VI. Diagnosis and Treatment of Syphilis — Dr. A. Keidel, 
Instructor in Clinical Medicine. Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday, 2 to 4.30 p. m. 

VII. Neurology — Dr. G. Lane Taneyhill, Jr., and Dr. C. 
M. Byrnes, Instructors in Clinical Neurology. 

(a) The course consists of lectures and practical work in 
the Dispensary. History-taking, methods of examination, 
and differential diagnosis will be discussed. Instruction will 
be given in the use of the ophthalmoscope and the making of 
electric and sensory examinations. Monday and Wednesday, 
10 to 12 m. 

(b) Dr. Taneyhill: Lectures with illustrative case histories, 
in which the Freudian psychology and its bearing upon the 
treatment of the neuroses and psychoneuroses will be consid- 
ered. Discussion of the relation of hysteria to states of de- 
pression, and to manic-depressive insanity. Monday, Wed- 
nesday and Thursday, 9 to 10 a. m. 

(c) Dr. Byrnes: A brief course in the gross and micro- 
scopic anatomy of the central nervous system, followed by the 
consideration of the painful affections of the trigeminal nerve 
and their treatment by alcohol injections. Other pathologic 
specimens will be demonstrated, and, when practicable, in- 
struction will be given in the intraspinal method of adminis- 
tering salvarsanised and mercurialised sera. Monday, Wed- 
nesday and Friday, 12 to 1 p. m. 

Pediatrics 

Dr. Kenneth D. Blackfan, Instructor in Pediatries, and 
Staff. The course will consist of clinics and demonstrations 
of patients illustrating the more common diseases of infancy 



857] Summer Courses for Graduates in Medicine 113 

and childhood. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10.30 a. m. 
to 12 m. 

Surgery 

I. Surgical Diagnosis — Dr. W. E. Dandy, Instructor in 
Surgery. 

(a) Daily ward rounds and operative clinics. Rounds: 
9 a. m. to 10 a. m., and operations, 11 a. m. to 12 m. 

(b) Surgical and Pathological Considerations of Tumors 
— Dr. J. C. Bloodgood. 9 to 12, twice weekly. 

II. Surgical Pathology — Dr. J. C. Bloodgood, Associate 
Professor of Clinical Surgery, and Dr. M. R. Reid, Instructor 
in Surgery. 

This course will consist of the gross and microscopic study 
of specimens from the surgical operating room. Tuesday, 
Thursday and Saturday, 2 to 5 p. m. 

III. Operative Surgery on Animals — Dr. W. E. Dandy, 
Instructor in Surgery, assisted by Dr. G. R. Dunn, Assistant 
Resident Surgeon. 

In this course, a limited number of students will perform 
a series of operations in abdominal, renal and blood-vessel 
surgery, under the immediate supervision of the instructors. 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2 to 5 p. m. 

IV. Genito-Urinary Surgery — Dr. F. W. Hobelman, As- 
sistant in Clinical Urology, and Dr. W. A. Frontz, Assistant 
in Urology. 

Clinical Instruction in history-taking, routine genito-uri- 
nary examinations, urinary analysis, methods of microscopic 
examination of secretions from the urethra, venereal sores, 
prostate, etc., instrumental examinations (including urethro- 
scopy, but not cystoscopy), and methods of treatment. Daily, 
2 to 3.30 p. m. 

Cystoscopy — Dr. W. A. Frontz. Monday, Wednesday and 
Friday, 3.30 to 4.30 p. m. 

V. Plastic Surgery — Dr. J. S. Davis, Instructor in Clini- 
cal Surgery. 

In this course particular attention will be paid to wound 



114 Medical Department [858 

healing, skin grafting, etc. Ward, dispensary and operative 
demonstrations will be given. Tuesday and Saturday, 10 to 
12 m. Operative clinics as posted. 

VI. Rectal Surgery — Dr. H. B. Stone, Instructor in Clin- 
ical Surgery. 

This course will include digital and proctoscopic examina- 
tions, together with operations under general or local anes- 
thesia. Monday and Friday, 10 to 12 m. Operative clinics 
as posted. 

VII. Radiography — Dr. C. A. Waters, Instructor in Ac- 
tinography. 

Practical instruction in X-Ray laboratory, including 
Roentgenoscopy and Roentgenotherapy. Lecture on Satur- 
day at 12 noon. Daily, 10 to 1 p. m. 

VIII. Anesthesia — Dr. G-. R. Dunn, Assistant Resident 
Surgeon. 

Practical instruction in the administration of anesthetics. 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 10 to 12 m. 

IX. Diseases of the Eye — Dr. L. B. Whitham, Assistant 
in Clinical Ophthalmology, and Dr. R. M. Kahn. 

(a) Practical Dispensary course in diagnosis and treat- 
ment, including lectures on penetrating wounds, accidental 
injuries, etc. 

(b) Ophthalmoscopy. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 
3 to 5 p. m. 

X. Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Ear — Dr. H. R. 
Slack, Instructor in Laryngology, and Dr. K. A. Phelps. 

(a) Dispensary Work — Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 
2 to 4.30 p. m. 

(b) Operative Clinic — Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 
9 to 11 a. m. 

This will be supplemented by the demonstration of models, 
microscopic sections and X-ray plates illustrating the diagno- 
sis of sinus and ear conditions. 

(c) Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy — Monday, 2 to 5 
p. m. Dr. Slack. 



859] Summer Courses for Graduates in Medicine 115 

This course will be given to a limited number of students 
in the Hunterian Laboratory and will cover the technic and 
practical methods employed in such work. 

XI. Diseases of the Skin — Dr. E. K. Strobel, Instructor 
in Clinical Dermatology, and Dr. L. W. Ketron, Assistant in 
Clinical Dermatology. 

The course consists of the demonstration of patients and 
discussion of their symptoms with especial attention to differ- 
ential diagnosis and treatment. The bacteriology and pa- 
thology of certain skin diseases will also be considered. 
Daily, 2 to 3.30 p. m. Clinical Lecture, Dr. T. C. Gilchrist, 
Tuesday, 3 to 4 p. m. 

Gynecology 

Drs. G. L. Hunner, and E. H. Eichardson, Associates in 
Clinical Gynecology, Dr. V. N. Leonard, Instructor in Gyne- 
cology, and Dr. W. E. Holmes, Assistant Eesident Gynecolo- 
gist. 

I. Operative Clinics, preceded by pelvic examinations un- 
der anesthesia. Daily, except Friday, 9 a. m. to 12 m. 

II. Ward-rounds — Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9 to 10 a. m. 

III. Practical Work in the Dispensary , including history- 
taking pelvic and abdominal examinations without anesthesia, 
and medical gynecology. Daily, 2 to 4 p. m. 

IV. Cystoscopy — Practical instruction and demonstra- 
tions in the clinic. 

(This course will he limited to the first nine applicants. 
Each group of three will receive six periods of instruction.) 

Practical instruction in the cystoscopic clinic. Tuesday, 
Thursday and Friday, 2 to 4.30 p. m. 

Obstetrics 

Dr. E. D. Plass and Dr. W. L. Millea, Instructors in Ob- 
stetrics. 

The course will include ward rounds, abdominal palpation 
and pelvic mensuration, demonstrations of methods and path- 



116 Medical Department [860 

ological material, lectures upon special topics and operative 
work on the manikin. There will be the opportunity to at- 
tend deliveries and operations. Scopolamine-morphine and 
gas oxygen anesthesia will be demonstrated on suitable cases. 
Groups of students will have an opportunity to work in the 
Dispensary for one week and to make ante-partum and post- 
partum examinations for another week. (Course limited to 
ten students.) 

Tuesday 10 to 11 a. m., demonstrations; 11 to 12 m., lec- 
ture. Thursday, 10 to 11 a. m., Palpation and mensuration; 
11 to 12 m., lecture. Friday, 9 to 10 a. m., ward rounds; 
10 to 11 a. m., Operative work on the manikin; 11 to 12 m., 
Pathological demonstration. 

Special Lectukes 

The hour from 12 m. to 1 p. m. on Monday, Wednesday, 
and Friday is reserved for special lectures to which all of the 
physicians attending the graduate courses are invited. Some 
of the lectures to be delivered are: 

Dr. H. A. Kelly — Subject to be announced ; Dr. T. C. Jane- 
way — Clinical lecture on hypertension; Dr. L. F. Barker — 
Clinical manifestations of disease of the endocrine glands; 
Dr. W. S. Thayer — Subject to be announced; Dr. T. B. 
Futcher — Treatment of diabetes; Dr. J. M. T. Finney — 1. 
Surgery of the stomach, 2. Surgery of the gall-bladder; Dr. 
IT. H. Young — Some remarks on the surgery of the prostate 
gland; Dr. T. S. Cullen — Subject to be announced; Dr. H. 0. 
Mosenthal — Diagnosis of renal function; Dr. J. T. Geraghty 
— Diagnosis of surgical renal conditions; Dr. W. S. Baer— 
arthroplasty; Dr. G. J. Heuer — Diagnosis and treatment of 
intra-cranial conditions, two lectures; Dr. G. L. Hunner — 
Subject to be announced. 

"Fees 

. A full day's work for the entire period in as many courses 
as can be taken without conflict in hours — $100. If Animal 
Sufgery is taken, an additional charge of $$5.00 will be made. 



861] Summer Courses for Graduates in Medicine 117 

The fee for any one of the following courses is $25.00: 
Clinical Microscopy, Digestive Diseases, Percussion and Aus- 
cultation, Diseases of Metabolism, Plastic Surgery, Eectal 
Surgery, Anesthesia, Eye; Skin; Ear, Throat and Nose. 
Gynecological Dispensary, Pediatrics. 

The fee for any one of the following courses is $50.00 : 
Practical Medicine (including Amphitheatre Clinic), Syphi- 
lis, Neurology, Eadiography, Gynecological Operative Course 
with Ward Eounds, Gynecological Cystoscopy, Urological Cys- 
toscopy, Obstetrics, Surgical Operations, Surgical Diagnosis 
with Ward Eounds, Genito-Urinary Surgery. 

For Animal Surgery alone, the fee is $75.00. 



Persons desiring to take these courses must register at the 
Dean's Office, where they will receive the necessary creden- 
tials. 

Courses cannot be changed after registration, except upon 
the payment of an additional fee. 

In view of the fact that only a limited number can be ad- 
mitted to certain courses, it is advisable that applications be 
made in advance. Address the Dean of the Johns Hopkins 
Medical School, Baltimore. 



SCHEDULES OF COURSES FOR THE 

SESSION OF 1916-1917 



No alterations in the schedules are permitted 
unless authorized by the Medical Faculty. 



120 



Medical Department 



[864 



SCHEDULE FOR THE 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 


First 
Trimester. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 

12-l.f 
Anatomy V. 


(Oct. 3 to Dec. 23, 
ihcl.) 


2-5. 
Histology. 


2-5.t 

Drawing as Applied to 

Medicine. 


Second 
Trimester. 


9-1. 
Anatomy II. 

9-12. t 
Anatomy VII. 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-l.t 
Anatomy V. 
Physiology. 
(Conference). 


(Jan. 3 to Mar. 14, 
incl.) 


2-5. 

Histology and 

Organology. 


2-3. 

Organology and 
Neurology 
(Lecture) . 

2-5.t 

Drawing as Applied to 

Medicine. 


Third 

Trimester. 

(Mar. 15 to May 31, 


10.30-11.30. 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A. and B). 

12-1. 

Bacteriology. 
Recitation. 


9-10. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 

10-1. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


incl.) 


2-5. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 


2-5. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 



Explanatory Note. — Elective courses are indicated by a dagger (t), all other courses 
are required. 

To enter upon the clinical work in the third trimester of the second year, the student 
must have satisfactorily completed the required work in the first year and in the first 
two trimesters of the second year. 



865] 



Schedule of Courses 



121 



FIRST YEAR, 1916-1917 



Wednesday. 


Thursday. 


Friday. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 


9-12. 
Anatomy I. 


2-5. 
Histology. 


2-3. 

Histology 
(Lecture). 

3-5.f 


2-5. 
Histology. 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 

Physiology 
(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 

Physiology 
(Lecture). 


9-12. 
Anatomy II. 

12-1. 

Physiology 
(Lecture). 


2-5. 

Histology and 

Organology. 


2-3. f 
Special Histology. 

2-5.f 


2-3. t 
Medical Anatomy. 

2-5t 
Haematology. 


9-12. 
Bacteriology 
Laboratory. 

12-1. 

Physiol. Chem. 

Lecture. 

(A. and B). 


9-10. 
Physiology 
(Lecture). 

10-1. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


9-12. 
Bacteriology 

12-1. 

Physiol. Chem. 

(Lecture). 

(A. and B). 


4-5. 

Bacteriology 

(Lecture). 


2-5. 

Physiology (A) 

Laboratory. 

Physiol. Chem. (B) 

Laboratory. 


4-5. 

Bacteriology 

(Lecture). 



t Elective or advanced work may be obtained in the following subjects by arrange- 
ment with the instructors: Anatomy, Physiology, Physiology in Relation to Medicine, 
Physiological Chemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Experimental Pathology and 
Hygiene. 



122 Medical Department [866 

SCHEDULE FOR THE 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 




9-10.t 


9-10. 




Study Room (Anatomy). 


Physiology 




10-11. 


(Lecture). 




Pharmacology 


10-1. 


First 


(Lecture). 


Physiology (B). 


11-12. 


Physiological 


Trimester. 


Autopsies.* 
12-1. 


Chemistry (A). 


(Oct. 3 to Dec. 23, 


Pathology 




incl.) 


(Recitation). 






2-5. 


2-5. 




Pathology. 


Physiology (B). 

Physiological 
Chemistry (A). 




9-12.t 


9-12.f 




Study Room (Anatomy). 


Autopsies. 




Topograph. Anat. 


Hygiene. 




10-12. 


Study Room (Anatomy). 




Autopsy Demonstrations. 


Topograph. Anat. 




Group I. 




Second 


10.30-11.30.f 
Autopsy Demonstration. 




Trimester. 


Bay View. 
Group III. 






12-1. 


12-1. 


(Jan. 3 to Mar. 14, 


Pathology. 


Pharmacology 


incl.) 


(Recitation). 


(Lecture). 




2-5. 


2-5.t 




Pathology. 


Drawing as Applied to 
Anatomy. 

Toxicology. 
Principles of Immunity. 

(Lecture). 




9-10. 


9-10. 




Application of Biology to 


Demonstration of 




Medicine. 


Autopsy Material. 




Dr. Clough. 


1st half Class— Path. Lab. 




Application of Chemistry. 


2nd half Class — Bay View. 




to Medicine. 






Dr. Mosenthal. 






10-12. 


10-12. 




(Mar. 15 to 24 incl.) 


(Mar. 15 to 24 incl.) 




Entire Class — Surgery. 


Entire Class — Medicine. 




(Mar. 26 to May 26). 


(Mar. 26 to May 26). 


Third 


Groups I and II. Prep. 


Groups III and IV. Prep. 




Surgery. 


Surgery. 


Trimester. 


Groups III and IV. Physi- 


Groups V and VI. Physi- 




cal. Diag. 


cal. Diag. 




Groups V and VI. Medical 


Groups I and II. Medical 


(Mar. 15 to May 26, 


Dispensary. 


Dispensary. 


incl.) 


12-1. 


12-1. 




Medical Clinic. 


Surgical Clinic. 




Dr. Janeway. 


Dr. Finney. 




2-3. 


2-4. 




Medical Conference. 


Medical Psychology. 




Dr. Janeway. 


Dr. Meyer. 




3-4. 






Pharmacy (lecture). 






4-6. 






Practical Pharmacy. 






Elective. 





Explanatory Note. — Elective courses are indicated by a dagger (f), all other courses 
are required. 

To enter upon the clinical work in the third trimester of the second year, the student 
must have satisfactorily completed the required work in the first year and in the first 
two trimesters of the second year. 

f Electives or advanced work may be obtained in the following subjects by arrange- 



867 J Schedule of Courses 

lOND YEAR, 1916-1917 



123 



Wednesday. 



Thursday. 



9-10.t 

\y Room (Anatomy). 

10-11. 

Pharmacology 

(Lecture). 

11-12. 

Autopsies.* 

12-1. 

)emonstration of 

opsy Material (A). 

up B.— Bay View. 



9-10. 

Physiology 

(Lecture). 

10-1. 

Physiology (B). 

Physiological 
Chemistry (A). 



Friday. 



2-5. 
Pathology 



9-12.f 
« Room (Anatomy), 
opograph. Anat. 

10-12. 
?sy Demonstration. 
Group II. 

10.30-ll.30f 

»sy Demonstration. 

Bay View. 

Group I. 

12-1. 

Pharmacology 

(Lecture). 



2-5. 
Physiology (B). 

Physiological 
Chemistry (A). 



9-12.f 

Autopsies. 

Hygiene. 

Study Room (Anatomy). 

Topograph. Anat. 

Experimental 

Pathology. 



9-11. f 
Study Room (Anatomy). 



11-12. 

Autopsies. * 

12-1. 

Demonstration of 

Autopsy Material (B). 

Group A. — Bay View. 



Saturday. 



2-5. 
Pathology. 



2-5. 
Pathology. 



9-10. 

tion to Therapeutics 
aacological Lecture 

Room). 
Or. Lamson. 



2-5.f 

Experimental 

Pharmacology 

Principles of Immunity. 

(Lecture). 

Special Histology. 



10-12. 
1 15 to 24 incl.) 
V Class — Surgery. 
'I 26 to May 26). 
>'iV and VI. Prep 

Surgery. 
* I and II. Physi 

cal. Diag. 
W and IV. Medical 
dispensary. 

12-1. 
•gical Clinic. 
Heuer and Davis. 



2-3. 
Pediatrics. 



ial Laboratory. 



9-10. 

Demonstration of 

Autopsy Material. 

1st half Class — Bay View 

2nd half Class— Path. Lab.' 



10-12. 
(Mar. 15 to 24 incl.) 
Entire Class — Surgery. 
(Mar. 26 to May 26). 
Groups I and II. Prep. 
Surgery. 
Groups III and IV. Physi 

cal. Diag. 

Groups V and VI. Medical 

Dispensary. 

12-1. r # 

Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Janeway. 



9-10.f 

Study Room (Anatomy). 

Topograph. Anat. ' 

10-12. 

Autopsy Demonstration. 

Group III. 

10.30-11. 30f 

Autopsy Demonstration. 

Bay View. 

Group II. 

12-1. 

Pharmacology 

(Lecture). 



2-5. 
Pathology. 



2-4. 

Physical Diagnosis. 

(Demonstration.) 

Dr. Bridgman. 



9-10. 

Surgery. 

Recitation. 



1.0-12. 

(Mar. 15 to 24 incl.) 

Entire Class — Medicine. 

(Mar. 26 to Mav 26). 

Groups III and IV*. Prep. 

Surgery. 
Groups V and VI. Physi- 
cal. Diag. 
Groups I and II. Medical 
Dispensary. 
12-1. 
Physical Diagnosis 
Recitation. 
Dr. Bridgman. 



2-3. 

Medical Conference. 

Dr. Janeway. 

3-4. 

Neurology. 



10-12. 

(Mar. 15 to 24 incl.> 

Entire Class — Surgery. 

(Mar. 26 to May 26). 

Groups V and VI. Prep. 

Surgery. 
Groups I and II. Physi- 
cal. Diag. 
Groups III and IV. Medical 
Dispensary. 



j 2d 'SSST Ana '° my ' PhySW0g7 - P ^olo g ical Chemistry, Pharmacol, Toxicdogy. Experimental" 
« aeeordias to special aanoancement. Whea material is ready the aatops.es will be performed at this 



SCHEDULE FOR THE 



Monday. 


Tuesday. 


Wednesday. 


9-10. 


9-10. 


9-10. 


Obstetrics 


1st half year. 


Surgery 


(Recitation). 


Group I. Gynecology. 

Group II. Obstet'cs, Ward. 

Groups III and IV. Obstet- 
rics, recitation. 
2nd half year. 

Group I. Obstet'cs, Ward. 

Group II. Gynecology. 

Groups III and IV. Obstet- 
rics, recitation. 


(Recitation). 


First Half Year. 


10-11. 


First Half Year. 


10-12. 


Gynecology. 


10-12. 


(Oct. 9-23.) 


(Recitations, two-thirds, 


(Oct. 4-25.) 


Group I. Surgical Disp. 


Gynecological Pathology, 


Group I. Surgical Disp. 


Group II. Phys. Diagnosis. 


one-third of year). 


Group II. Phys. Diagnosis. 


Group III. Medical Disp. 




Group III. Medical Disp. 


Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 


11-12. 


Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 


(Oct. 30 to Nov. 20). 


Neurology, Clinic or 


(Nov. 1-22). 


Group II. Surgical Disp. 


Recitation. 


Group II. Surgical Disp. 


Group I. Phys. Diagnosis. 




Group I. Phys. Diagnosis. 


Group III. Medical Disp. 




Group III. Medical Disp. 


Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 




Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 


(Nov. 27 to Dec. 18). 




(Nov. 29 to Dec. 20). 


Group III. Surgical Disp. 




Group III. Surgical Disp. 


Group IV. Phys. Diagnosis. 




Group IV. Phys. Diagnosis. 


Group I. Medical Disp. 




Group I. Medical Disp. 


Group II. Neurol. Disp. 




Group II. Neurol. Disp. 


(Jan. 8-22). 




(Jan. 3-24). 


Group IV. Surgical Disp. 




Group IV. Surgical Disp. 


Group III. Phys. Diagnosis. 




Group III. Phys. Diagnosis. 


Group I. Medical Disp. 




Group I. Medical Disp. 


Group II. Neurol. Disp. 




Group II. Neurol. Disp. 


Second Half Year. 




Second Half Year. 


10-12. 




10-12. 


(Jan. 29 to Mar. 24). 




(Jan. 29 to Mar. 24). 


Group I. Surgical Disp. 




Group I. Surgical Disp. 


* Group II. Elective. 




*Group II. Elective. 


Group III. Bay View. 




Group III. Neurology. 


Group IV. Neurology. 




Group IV. Bay View. 


(Mar. 26 to May 26). 




(Mar. 26 to May 26). 


Group II. Surgical Disp. 




Group II. Surgical Disp. 


*Group I. Elective. 




* Group I. Elective. 


Group III. Bay View. 




Group IV. Bay View. 


Group IV. Neurol. Disp. 




Group III. Neurol Disp. 


12-1. 


12-1. 


12-1. 


Medicine. 


Surgical Clinic. 


Medicine. 


Clinical Lecture. 


Dr. Finney. 


Clinical Lecture. 


(1st half year.) 




(1st half year.) 


Medical Clinic. 




Medical Clinic. 


Dr. Futcher. 




Dr. Mosenthal. 


(2d half year.) 




(2d half year.) 


2-3. 


2-4.30. 


2-3. 


Clinical Microscopy. 


Clinical Microscopy. 


Surgical Pathology. 


Recitation and Demon- 


[1st, 2d and 3d** Tri- 


Clinic and Demonstration. 


strations. 


mesters. ] 




[1st, 2d and 3d Trimesters.] 


4.30-5.30. 


ELECTIVE. 




Psycho-Pathology. 


5-4.30. 


3-4. 


[1st Trimester.] 


Surgical Pathology. 


Practical Therapeutics. 




(Laboratory). 


Medical Amphitheatre. 


2-3. 


Group Work or special Work 


[1st, 2d, and 3d trimesters.] 


Hygiene and 


Vz to 1% units. 




Legal Medicine. 


3-5 




[3d Trimester.] 


Immunology and Special 

Bacteriology. 

Dr. Bayne-Jones. 


4-5. 


4.30-5.30. 


4.30-5.30. 


Surgery. 


Syphilis. 


Medicine. 


(Recitation.) 


(Lecture). 


(Recitation.) 


[3 trimesters.] 


Oct. to Jan. 1. 

Tuberculosis. 

(Lecture.) 

Dr. Krause. 

Jan. to Mar. 15. 





* Unless otherwise indicated, courses extend throughout year, and are obligatory. 
Unit equals 66 hours : — 6 hours a week for 1 term ; 2 hours a week for 1 year. 
Students must take IY2 nuits of work during the year in these or other elective 
courses during these hours. 

Open Elective Courses, 2 days a week, 8 weeks, 10 to 12 m. equals 32 hours=^ Unit. 



THIRD YEAR, 1916-1917* 



Thursday. 


Friday. 


Saturday. 


9-10. 

First Half Year. 

Group I and II. Obstetrics, 

recitation. 
Group III. Gynecology. 
Group IV. Obstetrics, Ward. 

2nd half year. 
Group I and II. Obstetrics, 

recitation. 
Group III. Obstefcs, Ward. 
Group IV. Gynecology. 


9-10. 

Physical Diagnosis. 

(Recitation). 

Dr. Bridgman. 

(1st and 2nd trimesters). 

Therapeutics. 

(Recitation). 
Dr. Bloomfield. 
(3rd trimester). 


9-10. 

Obstetrics 

(Recitation). 


First Half Year. 
10-12. 

(Oct. 5-26.) 
Group I. Surgical Disp. 
Group II. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group III. Neurol. Disp. 
Group IV. Medical Disp. 

(Nov. 2-23). 
Group II. Surgical Disp. 
Group I. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group III. Neurol. Disp. 
Group IV. Medical Disp. 

(Dec. 7-21). 
Group III. Surgical Disp. 
Group IV. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 
Group II. Medical Disp. 

(Jan. 4-25). 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
Group III. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 
Group II. Medical Disp. 
Second Half Year. 
10-12. 
(Jan. 29 to Mar. 24). 
Group III. Surgical Disp. 
*Group IV. Elective. 
Group I. Bay View. 
Group II. Neurology. 

(Mar. 26 to May 26). 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
*Group III. Elective. 
Group I. Bay View. 
Group II. Neurol. Disp. 


10-12. 

Surgical Clinic. 

Dr. Finney. 


First Half Year. 
10-12. 
(Oct. 7-28.) 
Group I. Surgical Disp. 
Group II. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group III. Neurol. Disp. 
Group IV. Medical Disp. 

(Nov. 4-25). 
Group II. Surgical Disp. 
Group I. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group III. Neurol. Disp. 
Group IV. Medical Disp. 

(Dec. 2-16). 
Group III. Surgical Disp. 
Group IV. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 
Group II. Medical Disp. 

(Jan. 6-27). 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
Group III. Phys. Diagnosis. 
Group I. Neurol. Disp. 
Group II. Medical Disp. 
Second Half Year. 
10-12. 
(Jan. 29 to Mar. 24). 
Group III. Surgical Disp. 
*Group IV. Elective. 
Group I. Neurology. 
Group II. Bay View. 

(Mar. 26 to May 26). 
Group IV. Surgical Disp. 
* Group III. Elective. 
Group II. Bay View. 
Group I. Neurol Disp. 


12-1. 
Medical Clinic. 
Dr. Hamman. 


12-1. 

Surgical Clinic. 

(3rd and 4th years.) 

Dr. Halsted. 

Nervous Diseases. 

(Recitation). 

After April 1. 


12-1. 

Medical Clinic. 

(3rd and 4th years.) 

Medical Amphitheatre, 

Dr. Janeway, 

(1st and 2d Trimesters.) 

Dr. Barker, 

(3d Trimester.) 


2-4.30. 
Clinical Microscopy. 
[1st, 2d and 3d** Tri- 
mesters. ] 

2-3. 

Hygiene 

and Legal Medicine 

(Lecture.) 

[3d Trimester.] 

4.30-5.30. 
Psychiatry. 
Clinical Demonstrations. 
1st Tri. — Required. 
3rd Tri. — Elective. 


ELECTIVE. 

2-5 

Operative Surgery, in 

Groups = 1 unit. 

(Repeated each trimester.) 

2-4.30. 

Surgical Pathology (year) = 

1% unit. 

Obstet. Pathology. 

1 Tri.^i/fc unit. 

(Repeated first and second 

Trimesters). 

Medicine (year^l unit.) 

(Repeated each Trimester.) 

3.30-5.30. 

Tuberculosis Clinic. 

Bay View. 

[3d Trimested.] 

3.30-5.30. 

Surgical Diagnosis. 

Bay View. 

[3d Trimester.] 

2-5. 

Immunology and Special 

Bacteriology. 

Dr. Bayne-Jones. 


2-4. 

Laryngoscopy 

In groups. 

4 p. m. 

Ophthalmoscopy 
In groups. 


4.20-5.30. 

Medical Zoology. 

Oct. to Jan. 1. 







* Electives in Medicine (Tuberculosis and Gastro-Intestinal Diseases, and Medical Dis- 
pensary, Jan. 29-Mar. 24), and in other subjects to be announced are offered during 
the second half-year. 

** Clinical Microscopy at 3 p. m.» 3rd trimester, instead of 2 p. m. 



SCHEDULE FOR THE FOURTH YEAR, 1916-1917 



Medical Section, including Pediatrics, Tuesday, 10-30-12, and Thursday, 9-11, 

Surgical Section , 

Elective Section 



Medical Section. Medical Wards, Dispensary and Laboratories, 8.30 A. M. to 12 M., 

and 2 to 4.30 P. M. = 6 units. 
Surgical Section. Surgical Wards, Ward Visits, Operating Room and Laboratories 

(entire Section), 9 A. M. to 12 M. = 3 units. Recitation, Friday, 9 A. M. 



12-1 LECTURES 





Monday. 


Tuesday. 


Wednesday. 




(a) 


Diseases of Children. 


Advanced Medical Clinic. 


Clinical Pathological 


First 




Dr. Knox. 


Dr. Barker. 


Conference 


Trimester. 


(b) 


Pathology of Genito- 




Drs. Janeway and 


October 




urinary Tract. 




Winternitz. 


to 




Dr. Geraghty. 






Christmas. 










Second 


(a) 


Diseases of Children. 


Advanced Medical Clinic. 


Clinical Pathological 


THmester. 




Dr. Howland. 


Dr. Barker. 


Conference. 


January 


(b) 


Dr. Geraghty. 




Drs. Janeway and 


to 








Winternitz. 


March 15. 










Third 








Clin. Path. Conf. 


Trimester. 


(a) 


Dr. Howland. 


Minor Ailments. 


Drs. Thayer and 


March 15 


(6) 


Dr. Geraghty. 


Dr. Hamburger. 


Winternitz. 


to June. 








Medical Ethics. 
(2 lectures). 



The courses on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday are obligatory, and continue 

throughout the year. Those on other days are elective and arranged in Trimesters, but 

every student must choose one of them for ea ch day and pursue same for entire Trimester. 

Medical Zoology, Thursday, 4.30 to 5.30. 1st Trimester. 

ELECTIVE 



Mornings 

Medical Research, 

Surgery (Major), Dr. Halsted and Staff, 

Rectal Surgery, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Dr. Stone, 
Plastic Surgery, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Dr. Davis, 
Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Dr. Bloodgood. 12 students. 

Wednesday and Friday, 

Surgical Diagnosis and Pathology. Special Work. Dr. Bloodgood, 
Gynecology, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, 10 students. Drs. 

Kelly, Cullen and Resident, 

Obstetrics, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 students. Dr. 

Williams and Staff, 

Children's Diseases (Major). Dr. Howland and Staff. Limited to 7, 

Genito-Urinary (Major). Dr. Young, 

Special Urological Pathology. Dr. D. M. Davis. 2d and 3rd Tri., Tuesday 10-11 = % U. 
Research in Urology. Dr. Young and Staff, .... 

Psychiatry (Major). Dr. Meyer and Staff, 9-12 = 3 

Psychiatry (Dispensary). Dr. Campbell, daily except Thursday, - 10-12 r= 3 

Research, other departments, daily 9-12 = 3 

Neurology (Minor). Dr. Thomas, daily 10-11 = 1 



daily 9-12 = 3 U. 

daily 9-12 = 3 U. 

9-12 = m U. 

9-12 = 1% U. 

8-9 = y 2 to 1 U. 

daily = % to 1% U. 

9-12 = 1V 2 U. 

M2 = iy 3 to 2% U. 

daily 9-12 = 3 U. 

daily 9-12 = 3 U. 



10-12 



% U. 



2-3.30 



U. 



Disorders of Metabolism. Tuesday. Dr. Mosenthal, - 
Tuberculosis: Advanced Course. (2d. Tri.), twice weekly, Tues- 
day and Friday. Drs. Krause and Austrian, .... 10-12 = % U 
Gastro-Intestinal. Dr. Brown. Feb. -June, Monday and Wednesday 10-12= % U. 
Drawing as Applied to Medicine. Mr. Broedel, - Tuesday, 1.30-5 = % U. 

Afternoons 
Ophthalmology (Major). Dr. Theobald, Dr. Randolph and Staff, daily 2-4.30 = 2% U. 
Orthopedics (daily or 3 times weekly for 1 Trimester), limited to 
14 students. Dr. Baer, -------- 

Genito-Urinary (Minor, 3 times weekly for 1 Tri.). Drs. Young 

and Geraghty, 

Dermatology (Major). Drs. Gilchrist and Lord (limited to 10 s ) 
Dermatology (Minor, 3 times weekly for 1 Tri.). Drs. Gilchrist 

and Lord, 

Laryngology (Major). Dr. Crowe and Staff, ... - 
Laryngology (Minor for % Tri.). Dr. Crowe and Staff, - 
Syphilis (Minor), Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Dr. Keidel. 

All courses extend over one Tri 
Students must take 18 units during the year: 

Medicine, ------- 

Surgery, 

Obligatory afternoon exercises (Wed., Fri. and Sat.) 

2 Specialties 

(Ophthalmology and one minor elective). 
6 Elective Units, 



daily 2-3.30 = 1 U. 

daily 2-4.30 = 2% U. 

daily 2-3.30 = 1 U. 

daily 2-3.30 = 2% U. 

daily 2-3.30 = 1 U. 

2-3.30 = 1 U. 



6 units. 
3 " 

1 " 

2 " 



Units or Minor Course equals 
week for 1 year. 



18 units, 
hours, or 6 hours a week for 1 Trimester ; 2 hours a 



1st. Trimester 
October to Christmas. 



2nd Trimester. 
January to March 15. 



Group I. 
Group II. 
Group III. 



Group III. 
Group I. 
Group II. 



3rd Trimester. 
March 15 to June. 



Group II. 
Group III. 
Group I. 



Ophthalmology (3 times weekly for 1 Trimester), 2-3. 30 P. M. = 1 unit, 
leaving 1% units elective. Elective Courses, afternoons, 2-4.30. 
Elective Section. Elective Courses, mornings, 9-12, and afternoons, 2-4.30. 



AND CLINICS 



Thursday. 


Friday. 


Saturday. 


(a) Orthopedics. 

Dr. Baer. 
(6) Pathology of Genito- 
urinary Tract. 
Dr. Geraghty. 


Surgical Clinic. 
Dr. Halsted. 


Medical Clinic. 
Dr. Janeway. 


(a) Dr. Baer. 
(6) Dr. Geraghty. 


Surgical Clinic. 
Dr. Halsted. 


Medical Clinic. 

Dr. Janeway. 

Psychiatric Clinics. 

Jan. to Mar. 15. 

3.30-5.30. 

Dr. Meyer. 


(a) Dr. Baer. 
(6) Dr. Geraghty. 


Surgical Clinic. 

Dr. Halsted. 

After April 1. 

Digestive Diseases. 

Dr. Brown. 


Medical Clinic. 
Dr. Barker. 



Courses may be pursued for entire year or changed each Trimester. Attendance 
on three of these elective courses for one Trimester = Yz unit. 



Psychiatry (11 lectures), 
COURSES 



Fridays, 4-5, 2d Trimester. Subject to change. 



Bronchoscopy and Oesophagoscopy. For elective groups only 

Dr. Slack (Hunterian Lab.), Tuesday, 
Obstetrical Pathology. Dr. Williams and Staff (Repeated two 

Tri.). Friday, 

Gynecological Dispensary. Drs. Holmes and Richardson, daily 

1 Tri., sections of two students each day, - - - . 
Gynecological Pathology (Repeated three Trimesters). Drs 

Cullen, Novak and Stickney, 
Cystoscopy. Drs. Hunner and Resident, Tuesday, Thursday 

and Saturday. Yz Trimester (limited to 3 students), 
Psychiatry, Clin, demonstrations, 2d and 3d Tri., Thursday 
Psychiatry. Dr. Berkley. 1st Trimester, - -Saturday 
psychiatry, laboratory work as arranged, 
Psychiatric Clinic, Saturday, Sheppard Pratt Hosp. Dr. Dun 

ton. 3rd Tri., 

Medical Research, daily 

Research in other departments, - - - daily 

Experimental Pathology (Minor). Dr. Winternitz, twice weekly 
Immunology and Special Bacteriology. Dr. Bayne-Jones 

Wednesday and Friday. 2d Tri., ..... 

Lectures 
Genito-Urinary. Dr. Young, .... Monday, 

Tuberculosis. Dr. Krause. 2d Trimester, - Tuesday, 

Dermatology. Dr. Gilchrist. (Conference), - Tuesday, 

Syphilis. Dr. Keidel, - Thursday, 

Laryngology. Dr. Crowe, .... Wednesday, 
Gynecology. Dr. Kelly or Staff, - • - Monday, 
Cardiac Arrhythmias. 2d Trimester. Dr. Bridgman. Friday, 
Medical Urology. 2d Trimester. Dr. Keith, - Thursday, 
Medical Bacteriology. Drs. Clough and Sydenstricker 1st 

Trimester, 

Hysteria and the Psychoneuroses. 1st Tri. Dr. Camp- 
bell, Wednesday, 

Ophthalmology. Dr. Theobald, - - - Thursday, 

Hospital Interneships. (One lecture). Dr. Smith. Monday, 

December 18, 

mester, unless otherwise stated. 

SUMMARY OF THE WORK. 
Medical Group. Wards, etc., 

Lecture or Clinic, 

Wards, etc., 
Surgical Group. Wards, 

Lecture or Clinic, 

Ophthalmology, 

Elective Work, 
Elective Group. Elective Work, ^ - 

Lecture or Clinic, 

Elective Specialties, 
(Groups alternate each Trimester.) 



3-5 
2-4.30 = 

2-4 

2-4.30 : 

2.30-4.30 
4.30-5.30: 
3.30-5.30 



y 3 U. 

Yz U. 

% U. 

% U. 

y 3 u. 

Ye U. 

% U. 



3.30-5.30 
2-4.30 
2-4.30 
2-4.30 



Yz U. 

2y 2 u. 

2% U. 

% u. 



2-5= Yz U. 



3.30-4.30 
4.30-5.30: 
3.30-4.30 
4-5 
3.30-4.30 
4.30-5.30: 
4.30-5.30: 
3.30-4.30 

4.30 

3.30-4.30 
3.30-4.30 

4.30-5.30 



Ye U. 

Ye U. 

Ye U. 

Ye u. 

Ye U. 

Ye U. 

Ye U. 

y. u. 

Ye U. 

Ye U. 

y a u. 



8.30-12 
12-1 

2-4.30 
9-12 
12-1 

2-3.30 

2-4.30 
9-12 
12-1 

2-4.30 



APPENDIX 



APPENDIX 



ENDOWMENT 



The founder of the Johns Hopkins University, in devoting his 
large fortune to the establishment of the University and the Hos- 
pital, had in view the organization of a school of medicine. In his 
letter addressed to the Trustees of the Hospital, dated March 10, 
1873, these significant words occur: 

" It will be your especial duty to secure, for the service of the 
Hospital, surgeons and physicians of the highest character and 
greatest skill. ... In all your arrangements in relation to this 
Hospital, you will bear constantly in mind that it is my wish and 
purpose that the institution shall ultimately form a part of the 
Medical School of the University for which I have made ample 
provision in my will." 

When the University was opened in 1876, arrangements were 
made for instruction in those sciences such as physics, chemistry, 
and biology, which lead up naturally to the professional study of 
Medicine. In 1884 the professorship of pathology was filled and 
the pathological laboratory was opened. In 1889 the Johns Hop- 
kins Hospital was opened, and the physicians, surgeons, and gyne- 
cologist in chief to the Hospital were appointed to the professor- 
ships, respectively, of medicine, surgery, and gynecology and 
obstetrics. At the same time the professor of psychiatry was 
appointed. Opportunities for instruction were afforded to graduates 
in medicine. Ampler endowment however, was needed to complete 
the organization of a medical department. 

Gifts amounting to $111,731.68, most of which were offered to 
this University in October, 1890, by a committee of women, and an 
additional gift of $306,977, offered to the University in December, 
1892, in addition to her previous subscriptions, by Miss Mary 
Elizabeth Garrett, made up, with other available resources, the 
amount of $500,000, which had been agreed upon by the Trustees 
as the minimum sum to be secured for the opening of the Medical 
Department. These generous contributions were made upon condition 
that women be received upon the same terms as men. 

This endowment, added to the available resources of the Johns 
Hopkins University and the Johns Hopkins Hospital, enabled the 

131 



132 Medical Department [876 

Trustees to complete the organization of the Medical Department 
and to open it for instruction in 1893. 



II 

THE WOMEN'S MEDICAL SCHOOL FUND 

At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University, October 
28, 1890, the following letter was presented. 

" The committee formed for the purpose of raising a fund to pro- 
cure the most advanced medical education for women, can now place 
at your disposal the sum of one hundred thousand dollars for the 
use of your Medical School, if you will, by resolution, agree that 
women whose previous training has been equivalent to your pre- 
liminary medical course, shall be admitted to the school, when it 
shall open, upon the same terms which may be prescribed for men. 
There can be no doubt that women ought to be trained to act as 
nurses for sick women. There is as little doubt that a sufficient 
number of women ought to be educated and trained in such manner 
as to be fully able to care for sick women who may wish or ought 
to be treated by women. We have devoted ourselves to the further- 
ance of this object. We have reason to hope that a university 
which proposes to found a medical school intended to teach advanced 
methods in the treatment of those diseases which affect mankind, 
will not refuse to women the opportunity of learning such methods. 
There is now a general interest in our movement. In order that 
this interest may be sustained, we ask you to consider our offer at 
the earliest possible period. 

Nancy Morris Davis, 
Chairman of the Baltimore Committee." 

The following minute was adopted by the Trustees. 

The President and Board of Trustees of the Johns Hopkins 
University have received from Mrs. Nancy Morris Davis, chairman 
of one of the committees formed for the purpose of raising a fund 
to procure the most advanced medical education for women, the 
gratifying intelligence that $100,000 has been raised for the use of 
their intended Medical School, and is at their disposal, if they 
will, by resolution, agree to the terms upon which the money was 
contributed by its donors. 

The terms are that this Board, if it accepts the funds thus raised, 
shall agree, by resolution, that, when its Medical School shall be 



877] Appendix 133 

opened, women whose training has been equivalent to the prelimi- 
nary medical course prescribed for men, shall be admitted in such 
school upon the same terms as may be prescribed for men. 

The offer to this University of the particular fund is the free, 
voluntary act of women residing in this State and in other States, 
made without the suggestion or solicitation of this Board, and we 
accept it under and subject to the terms which are made a part of 
the gift, with the understanding and declaration, however, that 
such preliminary training in all its parts be obtained in some other 
institution of learning devoted, in whole or in part, to the education 
of women, or by private tuition. 

The fund so contributed shall be invested and known as " The 
Women's Medical School Fund," and that fund, and all interest to 
accrue thereon and all additions made thereto for the same purpose, 
shall remain invested for the purpose of increase only until, with its 
aid as a foundation, a general fund has been accumulated amounting 
to not less than $500,000, and sufficient for the establishment and 
maintenance of a Medical School worthy of the reputation of this 
University, and fully sufficient as a means of complete medical 
education. Then, and not until then, will a Medical School be 
opened by this University; and then, and not until then, will the 
gift now offered be used by this University; and then, and not until 
then, will the terms attached thereto be operative. 

The utility of a training school for women nurses has been demon- 
strated by the experience and practice of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 
and by the necessities of home life among our people. 

This Board is satisfied that in hospital practice among women, 
in penal institutions in which women are prisoners, in charitable 
institutions in which women are cared for, and in private life, when 
women are to be attended, there are a need and place for learned 
and capable women physicians; and that it is the business and duty 
of this Board, when it is supplied with the necessary means for 
opening its proposed Medical School, to make provision for the 
training and full qualification of such women for the abundant work 
which awaits them in these wide fields of usefulness. 

Nothing contained in this minute shall be construed as abridging, 
in any manner, the right of the Board of Trustees of the Johns 
Hopkins University to make such rules and regulations as they may 
deem necessary for the government of the School of Medicine, when 
it is organized; and in making such rules and regulations the terms 
of this minute shall always be respected and observed. 



134 Medical Department [878 

III 
THE MARY ELIZABETH GARRETT FUND* 

TERMS OF THE GIFT, AS ACCEPTED BY THE TRUSTEES, 
FEBRUARY 21, 1893. 

Miss Mary Elizabeth Garrett, in order to make up the sum of 
$500,000, which the Board of Trustees required should be secured 
as an endowment before the Medical School of the University was 
opened, has contributed to that fund the sum of $306,977, upon the 
following terms, which have been agreed to by the University: 

1. That women shall enjoy all the advantages of the Medical 
School of the Johns Hopkins University on the same terms as men, 
and shall be admitted on the same terms as men to all the prizes, 
dignities or honors that are awarded by competition, examination, 
or regarded as rewards of merit. 

2. That not more than $50,000 of the original endowment of 
$500,000 shall be expended on a building or buildings; and that 
in memory of the contributions of the Committees of the Women's 
Medical School Fund, this building, if there be but one, or the chief 
building, if there be more than one, shall be known as the Women's 
Fund Memorial Building. 

3. That the Medical School of the University shall be exclusively 
a graduate school as hereinafter explained, that is to say: That the 
Medical School of the Johns Hopkins University shall form an 
integral part of the Johns Hopkins University, and, like other 
departments of the University, shall be under the management and 
control of the Trustees of the said University, that it shall provide 
a four years' course, leading to the degree of Doctor of Medicine; 
that there shall be admitted to the school those students only who, 
by examination or by other tests equally satisfactory to the Faculty 
of the Medical School (no distinction being made in these tests or 
examinations between men and women), have proved that they 
have completed the studies included in the Preliminary Medical 
Course (Group Three, Chemical-Biological Course) as laid down in 
the University Register (but this condition is not meant to restrict 
the Trustees from receiving as hearers, but not as candidates for 
the degree of Doctor of Medicine, those who have received the degree 
of Doctor of Medicine, or its equivalent, in some school of good 
repute) ; and that the degree of Doctor of Medicine of the Johns 
Hopkins University shall be given to no Doctor of Medicine who 
have not proved by examination or by other tests equally satis- 



So designated by the Trustees, September 24, 1892. 



879] Appendix 135 

factory to the Faculty of the Medical School that they have com- 
pleted the studies included in the Preliminary Courses, besides 
completing the course of instruction of the Medical School of the 
Johns Hopkins University. 

The aforegoing provision shall not be construed as restricting the 
liberty of the University to make such changes in the requirements 
for the admission to the Medical School of the Johns Hopkins 
University or to accept such equivalents for the studies required 
for admission to this school as shall not lower the standard of 
admission specified in this clause; provided that the requirements 
in modern languages other than English shall not be diminished, 
and provided also that the requirements in non-medical scientific 
studies shall include at least as much knowledge of natural science 
as is imparted in the three minor courses in science now laid down 
in its university register, the subjects and arrangements of these 
scientific studies being subjcet to such modifications as may from 
time to time seem wise to its Board and to the Faculty of the 
Medical School, but being at all times the same for all candidates 
for admission. (For such requirements always see University 
Register. ) 

4. That the terms of this gift and the resolutions of October 
28, 1890, by which the Trustees accepted the gift of the Women's 
Medical School Fund, shall be printed each year in whatever annual 
calendars may be issued announcing the courses of the Medical 
School. (See appended resolutions.) 

5. That there shall be created a committee of six women to whom 
the women studying in the Medical School may apply for advice 
concerning lodging and other practical matters, and that all ques- 
tions concerning the personal character of women applying for 
admission to the School and all non-academic questions of discipline 
affecting the women studying in the Medical School shall be referred 
to this committee, and by them be in writing reported for action 
to the authorities of the University; that the members of this com- 
mittee shall be members for life; that the committee, when once 
formed shall be self-nominating, its nominations of new members 
to fill such vacancies as may occur being subject always to the 
approval of the Board of Trustees of the University. 

6. That in the event of any violation of any or all of the afore- 
said stipulations, the said sum of $306,977 shall revert to her, or 
such person or persons, institution or institutions, as she by testa- 
ment or otherwise may hereafter appoint. 

It will be observed that by the tenor of the aforegoing terms no 
university course will be in any way modified by any conditions 
attached to her gift. These conditions relate exclusively to prepara- 
tion for the Medical School, and have received, in the shape in 



136 Medical Department [880 

which they are now presented the unanimous approval of the Medi- 
cal Faculty of the University. 

The terms of admission to the Medical School of the University, 
as formulated and interpreted by the Medical Faculty of the Uni- 
versity, February 4, 1893, and here subjoined, are therefore in 
entire accordance with the terms of her gift. 

(Signed) Mary E. Garrett. 



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE MEDICAL SCHOOL OF THE 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY, UNANIMOUSLY APPROVED 

BY THE MEDICAL FACULTY, FEBRUARY 4, 1893. 

A course of four years' instruction will be provided leading to the 
degree of Doctor of Medicine. 

To this course there will be admitted as candidates for the degree : 

1. Those who have satisfactorily completed the Chemical-Biolo- 
gical course which leads to the A. B. degree in the University. 

2. Graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools who can 
furnish evidence: {a) That they have a good reading knowledge 
of French and German; (6) That they have such knowledge of 
physics, chemistry and biology as is imparted by the regular minor 
courses given in these subjects in this University. 

3. Those who give evidence by examination that they possess the 
general education implied by a degree in arts or in science from 
an approved college or scientific school, and the knowledge of French, 
German, physics, chemistry and biology already indicated. 

By approved colleges and scientific schools are meant those whose 
standard for graduation shall be considered by this University as 
essentially equivalent to its standard for graduation in the under- 
graduate department. 

It is to be understood that at least one year's study in the 
Chemical and Biological Sciences in their immediate relation to 
medicine shall be required from students after their entrance to 
the Medical School. 



women's committee of medical school 

mrs. william h. howell, 
miss m. carey thomas, 
mrs. theodore jane way, 
mrs. adolph meyer, 
mrs. howard a. kelly, 
mrs. henry m. thomas. 
Their duties are stated in paragraph 5 of the letter printed above. 



881] Appendix 137 

IV 

THE BAXLEY PROFESSORSHIP 

By the will of Dr. Henry Willis Baxley, of Baltimore, who died 
March 13, 1876, a sum of money, amounting to $23,836.52, was 
received by the Trustees of the University to endow any medical 
professorship that they might think proper. This fund was kept 
intact, and was invested by the Trustees with the purpose of allow- 
ing it to accumulate until it had reached a sum more adequate to 
carrying out the desire of the founder. In March, 1901, upon the 
request of the President and the Medical Faculty, the Board of 
Trustees of the University directed that this fund shall be set apart 
to endow the Professorship of Pathology in the University, which 
shall hereafter be known as the Baxley Professorship of Pathology. 









THE HERTER LECTURESHIP 

In November, 1902, Dr. and Mrs. Christian A. Herter, of New 
York, offered to the Medical Department of the Johns Hopkins 
University the sum of $25,000 " for the formation of a memorial 
lectureship designed to promote a more intimate knowledge of the 
researches of foreign investigators in the realm of medical science." 
This gift was accepted by the Trustees of the University November 
3, 1902. According to the terms of the gift, some eminent worker 
in Physiology or Pathology is to be asked each year to deliver a 
lecture at the Johns Hopkins University upon a subject with which 
he has been identified. The selection of a lecturer is to be left to 
a committee representing the departments of pathology, physiological 
chemistry and clinical medicine, and if " in the judgment of the 
committee it should ultimately appear desirable to open the proposed 
lectureship to leaders in medical research in this country there 
should be no bar to so doing." The committee named for this 
purpose consists of Drs. Welch, Abel and Janeway. 

LECTURERS ON THIS FOUNDATION 

Professor Paul Ehrlich, of Frankfort. 

Professor Hans H. Meyer, of Vienna. 

Professor Sir Almroth E. Wright, of London. 

Professor Sir Edward A. Shafer, of Edinburgh. 

Professor Hans Chiari, of Strassburg. 

Professor Albrecht Kossel, of Heidelberg. 

Professor George F. Nuttall, of Cambridge, England. 

Professor Thomas Lewis, University College Hospital Medi- 
cal School. 

Professor Theobald Smith, of the Rockefeller Institute for 
Medical Research. 



138 Medical Department [882 

VI 

THE ENDOWMENT OF THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL 

The intimate connection between the Medical School and the Johns 
Hopkins Hospital renders it proper to mention the facilities of the 
Hospital as an important adjunct to the endowment of the Medical 
School. By the letter of instruction of the founder, it was provided 
that the Johns Hopkins Hospital should furnish clinical facilities for 
the Medical School. In the purchase of the site of the Hospital, the 
location and arrangement of buildings, the construction of the appa- 
ratus for heating and ventilation and all other hygienic appliances, 
the purpose of medical instruction was constantly borne in mind. 
The original buildings and grounds of the Hospital, not including 
the Harriet Lane Home, the Phipps Psychiatric Clinic, the Marburg 
building, and the Brady Urological Institute and other buildings, 
have cost upwards of two millions of dollars. Upon the hospital 
grounds have been erected various buildings, which furnish ample 
facilities for the accommodation of 600 in-patients and many thous- 
and out-pateints, as well as a pathological laboratory, with a large 
autopsy amphitheatre. These buildings also provide class-rooms in 
connection with the out-patient department, a large clinical labora- 
tory, a surgical building with five operating rooms, as well as rooms 
for the study of surgical pathology, clinic rooms, several lecture 
rooms, and a clinical amphitheatre, all equipped with ample appar- 
atus for the instruction of students. The administration building 
furnishes accommodation for a medical staff of over fifty persons. 
It also has a large library and reading rooms. 



VII 

THE ENDOWMENT OF THE CLINICAL LABORATORY 

An endowment, which benefits the Medical School through the 
Hospital, has been a fund of $10,000 to build and equip a clini- 
cal laboratory upon the Hospital grounds for the use of Medical 
students. This laboratory permits each student in the third and 
fourth years to have a place for clinical work, including microscopes 
and reagents, the use of a dark room, access to polariscopes and 
other instruments. It also contains rooms for special study and 
research. 



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VIII 

THE FUND FOR THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS 

This endowment for the study of tuberculosis has been placed 
in the hands of the Hospital Trustees for the study of the con- 
ditions of tubercular diseases in Baltimore. Through the funds 
afforded it has been practicable to employ a medical graduate to 
follow cases of tuberculosis and to watch the effects of methods of 
treatment; also to secure the services of medical students and nurses 
to visit the homes of tubercular patients and to give instruction 
as to the better care of the victims of the disease. By means of 
this fund facilities are further afforded to students to study tuber- 
cular cases that come to the out-patient department of the Hospital. 



IX 

THE PHIPPS FUND FOR THE STUDY OF TUBERCULOSIS 

Through the liberality of Mr. Henry Phipps, a fund of $20,000 
has been given to the Hospital for the erection of a separate build- 
ing in connection with the out-patient department, for the special 
study of tuberculosis. In this building rooms are arranged for the 
examination and treatment of patients, for a special library on tuber- 
culosis, and for the laboratory study of the disease. The facilities 
thus afforded give exceptional opportunities for the study of all forms 
of tuberculosis. 



THE PHIPPS PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC 

In a letter to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, June 
12, 1908, Mr. Henry Phipps, of New York, offered the funds necessary 
for the erection of a psychiatric hospital, on the grounds of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital, to accommodate about eighty patients and 
to contain the necessary laboratory equipment, hydro-therapeutic 
apparatus and other modern facilities for treatment. He offered, 
moreover, to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins University, addi- 
tional funds for the establishment of a department of psychiatry 
for a period of ten years from the opening of the clinic. This 



140 Medical Department [884 

generous offer was accepted by the Trustees of the University and 
Hospital. The building was opened with impressive ceremonies in 
April, 1913, and affords unsurpassed facilities. 



XI 

THE HARRIET LANE HOME FOR INVALID CHILDREN 

By her last will, Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnston, of Washington, 
D. C, left a sum of over $400,000 to establish in Baltimore The 
Harriet Lane Home for Invalid Children as a memorial of two sons 
who had died in childhood. In order to give this Home the largest 
usefulness, its Trustees decided to erect it upon the grounds of the 
Johns Hopkins Hospital and to open its wards for the instruction 
of physicians and nurses in the diseases of children. The building, 
which accommodates 100 children, was opened in October, 1912, and 
affords facilities for the study of the diseases of children, including 
those of an infectious nature. 



XII 

THE JAMES BUCHANAN BRADY UROLOGICAL INSTITUTE 

In October, 1912, Mr. James Buchanan Brady of New York offered 
to the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital funds sufficient for 
the erection and maintenance of a special building for the care of 
60 patients suffering from genito-urinary disorders. This generous 
offer was accepted, and the building, which was opened in October, 
1914, is designated as the James Buchanan Brady Urological In- 
stitute. It offers exceptional facilities for the treatment of patients, 
the advancement of knowledge, and the instruction of physicians 
and students. 



XIII 

THE WILLIAM H. WELCH FUND FOR CLINICAL EDUCATION 
AND RESEARCH 

In response to the request of the Trustees of the Johns Hopkins 
University for funds to enable it to place the departments of Medi- 
cine, Surgery and Pediatrics upon the full University basis, the 






885] Appendix 141 

General Education Board, in October, 1913, contributed the sum of 
one and one-half million dollars, as announced in the following 
letter: — 

Dr. William H. Welch, 

Chairman of the Administrative Committee, 
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. 

Dear Dr. Welch: 

At a meeting of the General Education Board, held October 23, 
1913, your application on behalf of the Johns Hopkins Medical 
School was presented for consideration. After full discussion the 
following resolutions were unanimously passed. 

" Resolved, That the General Education Board hereby agrees to 
appropriate the funds necessary to carry out the full-time scheme 
described in Dr. Welch's letter under date of October 21, 1913, and 
empowers the Finance Committee to take the necessary steps looking 
to the execution of this agreement. 

" Resolved, That, in view of Dr. Welch's great services to the 
cause of medical education in America, the fund appropriated as 
above be called "The W T illiam H. Welch Endowment for Clinical 
Education and Research." 

With great respect, I am, 

Faithfully yours, 

(Signed) William Buttrick. 

October 29, 1913. 



XIV 

THE KENNETH DOWS TUBERCULOSIS RESEARCH FUND 

Through the generosity of Mr. Kenneth Dows, a sum not to ex- 
ceed $17,500 a year, has been guaranteed to the Trustees of the 
University and the Hospital for five years, beginning September 1, 
1916, for the maintenance of laboratory studies of tuberculosis and 
the extension of the activities of the Tuberculosis Dispensary. He 
has also given the sum of $17,500 for the provision of the increased 
laboratory facilities required. Unusual advantages for the teaching 
and investigation of tuberculosis are thus made available. 



CATALOGUE OF STUDENTS 



A — List of Candidates for the degree of M. D. 

B — Geographical distribution of Students, etc. 

C — List of Physicians attending Graduate and 
Summer Courses 



STUDENTS, 1916-1917 

(Corrected to October 30, 1916.) 



CANDIDATES FOE THE DEGEEE OF DOCTOE OF 
MEDICINE 

First Year 
Wilmab Mason Allen. Ridley Park, Pa. 1012 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Haverford College, 1916. 

Ridgely Waters Baeb. Roland Park. Roland Park. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1916. 

Gabland Howabd Bailey. Giatto, W. Va. 1012 N. Bdway. 

S. B., West Virginia University, 1915 ; Graduate Student, Harvard, 1915-16. 

Nathaniel Munroe Beck. Baltimore. 2422 N. Calvert St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1916. 

Eli Jefferson Browder. Harrison, Mont. 1022 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Emory and Henry College, 1915. 

Paul E. Brown. Sparta, Ga. 1022 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Emory University, 1915. 

John Gillett Burns. Cuero, Tex. 1526 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Southwestern University, 1916. 

William Courette Caldwell. Athens, La. 1228 N. Eden St. 

A. B., Louisiana State University, 1911 ; and M. S., 1912. 

Ernest Joseph Caulfield. Hartford, Conn. 1801 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Trinity College (Ct.), 1916. 

Hazen Graves Chamberlin. Ischua, N. Y. 1016 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Pomona College, 1916. 

Eleanor Clary. Worces ter, Mass. 2216 N. Charles St. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1914 ; Graduate Student, Radcliffe, 1915-1916. 

Guy Nelson Cromwell. Anne Arundel Co. Brooklyn. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1916. 

Severn Teackle Wallis Cull. Baltimore. 1415 Park Av. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1914 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1915-1916. 

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[890 



Bellevue, Pa. 



1529 N. Bdway. 
606 N. Broadway. 
527 N. Wolfe St. 



Henry Lauran Darner. Hagerstown. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1916. 

Daniel Cady D arrow. Fargo, N. D. 

A. B., Cornell University, 1916. 

Edward Clark Davidson. 

S. B., Harvard University, 1916. 

Helene Doetsch. 

A. B„ Goucher College, 1916. 

Roger Gamble Doughty. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1916. 

Richard Dresser. Providence, R. I. 

Ph. B., Brown University, 1916. 

William Hill Eckford. Swissvale, Pa. 

A. B., Emory College, 1916. 

Valcoulon LeMoyne Ellicott. Melvale. 

S. B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1916. 

Augustus Roi Felty. Hartford, Conn. 

A. B., Yale University, 1916. 

Otto Orren Fisher. Jacksonville, Fla. 

A. B., Miami University, 1909. 

Frank Rodolph Ford. Fairfax, Va. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

James Charles Fox, Jr. Middletown, Conn. 

A. B., Williams College, 1916. 

Robert Elmer Fricke. Baltimore. Central Y. M. C. A. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1916. 

Jonas Stein Friedenwald. Baltimore. 1029 Madison Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1916. 

William Harris Funk. South Bend, Ind. 1021 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Williams College, 1916. 
Manuel Gutman Gichner. Baltimore. 1516 Madison Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1916. 

Myron Everett Goldblatt. Baltimore. 855 Greenmount Av. 

1915 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 



Baltimore. 733 W. Lombard St. 
Augusta, Ga. 122 N. Broadway. 

1610 E. Biddle St. 

704 N. Broadway. 

305 N. Bdway. 
618 N. Bdway. 
1511 Bolton St. 
1021 N. Bdway. 



1220 N. Bdway. 



A. B., Clark College, 
1915-1916 

Elmer Paul Greenawalt. Springfield, O. 

A. B., Wittenberg College, 1915. 
*Robert McCulley Halbach. Lancaster, Pa. 716 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1915, and M. S. 1916. 

Franklin McCue Hanger, Jr. Staunton, Va. 1614 E. Biddle St. 

S. B., University of Virginia, 1916. 
Helen Harrington. Denver, Colo. 1709 E. Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1902, and A. M., University of Denver, 1915. 



* School of Hygiene. 



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Students 



147 



Charles Lester Hartsock. Cumberland. 1529 N. Bdway. 

S. B., St. John's College, 1916. 

Harry Morton Hawkins. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1017 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 191G. 

Raymond Willard Hawkins. Rochester, N". Y. 120 Jackson PI. 

S. B., University of Rochester, 1916. 

Arthur Joseph Hearn. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1916. 

Leight Monroe Higgins. 

A. B., Ohio University, 1916. 



Hudson, N. Y. 1027 N. Caroline St. 
Athens, 0. 1526 E. Biddle St. 



William Hollister. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1916. 

Emmett Holt. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1916. 

Phillip Bird Hopkins. 



New Bern, N. C. 1028 N. Bdway. 
New York, N. Y. 1216 N. Bdway. 



Baltimore. 



234 Laurens St. 



A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1913 
versity, 1914, 1915, and 1916. 



Summer School, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
Roanoke, Va. 1216 N. Bdway. 



William Banks Huff. 

A. B., Roanoke College, 1916. 

Edith Banfield Jackson. Colorado Springs, Colo. 104 Jackson PI. 
A. B., Vassar College, 1916. 

William Oscar Johnson. Winchester, Ky. 806 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Kentucky Wesleyan College, 1915. 

Ralph Charles Kahle. Burlington, la. 1328 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1916. 

Robert Phelps Kennedy. Buffalo, N. Y. 1610 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Cornell University, 1912 ; Summer Session, Freiburg, 1911. 
Halford Benson Kneale. Anderson, Ind. 1529 N. Bdway. 

A. B., DePauw University, 1915. 

M. Weir Kneedler. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1028 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1916. 

Guy Whitman Leadbetter. 

A. B., Bowdoin College, 1916. 

Charles Alec Levin. 

A. B., Brown University, 1916. 



Bertram David Lewin. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1916 

Jacob Livingston. 

S. B., Lafayette College, 1916. 

George Marshall Lyon. Huntington, W. Va. 
S. B., Denison University, 1916. 



South Lincoln, Me. 1526 N. Bdway. 
Norwich, Conn. 1626 E. Biddle St. 
San Antonio, Tex. 1222 N. Bdway. 
Dover, N. J. 1019 N. Broadway. 
1222 N. Bdway, 



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Charles Clifton McCoy. EastLiverpool, O. 527 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1915. 

Archibald Murdoch McKeithen. Cameron, N. C. 1028 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1916. 

Clyde McNeill. Edgmoor, S. C. 624 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Erskine College, 1915 ; S. B. and A. M., University of South Carolina, 
1916. 

Joseph Mortimer Marcus. Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1916. 1735 E. Fairmount Av. 

Lay Martin. Baltimore Co. Roland Park. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1915. 

William Curry Martin. Lexington, Ky. Y. M. G. A. 

A. B., State University of Kentucky, 1916. 

Fitz Randolph Moore. Lisbon, 0. 810 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Westminster College (Pa.), 1916. 

Elizabeth Grace Nicholls. Northampton, Mass. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1915. 104 Jackson PI. 

Robert Wesley Parr. Marietta, 0. 1022 N. Broadway 

A. B., Marietta College, 1916. 

Susanne Ring Parsons. Lincoln, Nebr. 210 E. 31st St. 

S. B., University of Nebraska, 1914 ; A. M., 1915. 

Winthrop Morgan Phelps. Bound Brook, N. J. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1916. 1020 N. Broadway. 

Rena Kate Piper. Racine, Wis. 1235 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1916. 

Harry William Plath. Davenport, N. D. 716 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Fargo College, 1916. 

Arthur Chipman Primrose. Baltimore. 3302 Auchentoroly Tr. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1916. 

Frank H. Purcell. Detroit, Mich. 810 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1916. 

Frederick Leet Reichart. Lancaster, Pa. 820 N. Broadway. 

Ph. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1916. 

William Harry Resnik. New Haven, Conn. 

Ph. B., Yale University, 1916. 1735 E. Fairmount Av. 

John August Scheurich. Baltimore. 2201 Harford Av. 

A. B., Loyola College, 1916. 



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John Armstrong Shackelford. Martinville, Va. 2116 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Hampden- Sidney College, 1916. 

Hugh Percy Shellabear. Baltimore. 

A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1912, and A. M., 1913. 

805 Beaumont Av., Govans. 

Edward Pierce Lentz Shope. Harrisburg, Pa. 527 N. Wolfe St. 

A. B., Dickinson College, 1916. 

Herbert Clare Soule, Jb. Rochester, N. Y. 120 Jackson PI. 

S. B., University of Rochester, 1916. 

George Sidney Sprague. Lexington, Ky. Cent. Y. M. C. A. 

S. B., University of Kentucky, 1916. 

David Steel. Auburn, R. I. 1626 E. Biddle St. 

Ph. B., Brown University, 1916. 

Emerson Law Stone. Utica, N. Y. 1021 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Williams College, 1916. 

Arthur George >Sullivan. Northampton, Mass. 1022 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Catholic University of America, 1916. 

Norman E. Tannenbaum. Crawfordsville, Ind. 1612 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Wabash College, 1915, and A. M., 1916. 

Margaret Taylor. Canandaigua, N. Y. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1915. 

Thomas Herbert Thomason. Huntsville, Tex. 1220 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1916. 

Clara Mabel Thompson. Providence, R. I. 104 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Brown University, 1916. 

Eugene Nelson VanDyke. Renova, Pa. 1010 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1916. 

Lewis Clark Wagner. Nicholasville, Ky. 1612 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Georgetown College (Ky.), 1916. 

Algernon Storrs Warinner. Richmond, Va. 1610 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Hampden- Sidney College, 1914 ; Summer School, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1915. 

Theodore Frederick Wichman. Rochester, N. Y. 1016 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Muhlenberg College, 1915. 

Archibald Wiese. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1020 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1916. 

Stuart Page Williamson. Warrenton, Va. Central Y. M.C.A. 

A. B., Fredericksburg College, 1912 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1913-14 and 1915-16. 

(90) 



150 Medical Department [894 



Second Year 
Enoch Heemon Adams. Belgrade Me. 420 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Bates College, 1913. 

Jane B. Armstrong. Rome, N. Y. 127 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Smith College, 1910 ; Graduate student, Syracuse University, 1914-15. 

Alvin Glenwoood Athens. Summitville, Ind. 1529 N. Broadway. 

A. B., DePauw University, 1915. 

Albert Adgate Bailey. Hampton, Va. 704 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1915. 

Mary Kendrick Benedict. Cincinnati, 0. 102 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1897 ; Ph. D., Yale University, 1903. 

Daniel Benton Biser. Baltimore. 3717 Reisterstoivn Rd. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Dudley Pleasants Bowe. Richmond, Va. 1017 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1914. 

Paul J. Bowman. Middletown, Pa. 1613 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Lebanon Valley College, 1915. 

Moses Lewis Breitstein. Richmond, Va. 1302 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1915 ; Summer School, University of Michigan, 1914. 

Edwin Nash Broyles. Atlanta, Ga. 1727 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1915. 

John Ambrose Clark Busby. Delta, la. 907 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Grinnell College, 1915. 

Eugene Morrison Carr. Albuquerque, N". M. 1022 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Pennsylvania, 1913 ; Graduate student, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1914-1915. 

James Robert Cash. . Chattanooga, Tenn. 1614 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1914, and A. M., 1915. 

Horton Ryan Casparis. Austin, Tex. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1915. 

Leland Stanford Chapman. Los Angeles, Cal. 521 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., Occidental College, 1915. 

Laurence Benjamin Chenoweth. Baltimore. 725 N. Carey St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Benjamin Milton Cissel. Highland. 1711 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. Johns College, 1914. 

L. Clarence Cohn. Baltimore. Cloverdale Apts. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 



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Students 



151 



Winchell McKendree Craig. Washington C. H., 0. 1538 N. Bdway. 
A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1915. 



Evanston, 111. 1113 N. Caroline St. 
1914 ; Graduate student, George Washington 



Groseclose, Va. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Waldron, Ark. 



Catherine Creighton. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 
University, 1914-1915. 

James Edward Davis. 

A. B., Roanoke College, 1915 

Edward Carson Demmond. 

A. B., Emory College, 1915. 

Edgar Everett Duncan. 

A. B., University of Arkansas, 1915. 
Ralph Harpel Dunlap. Baltimore. 

A. B., Albright College, 1914. 

James Ralph Dunn. Camden, S. C 

S. B., Davidson College, 1915. 

Franklin Gessford Ebaugh. Reisterstown. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Hortensia Amanda Farrell. Batavia, N. Y 

S. B., Simmons College, 1912. 

John Miller Train Finney, Jr. Baltimore. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1915. 

Thomas Samuel Finney. Attica, Ind. 

A. B., Wabash College, 1915. 

Homer Glenn Fisher. La Fontaine, Ind. 

A. B., Indiana University, 1914, and A. M., 1915. 

Earl Newton Flowers. Clarksburk, W. Va. 1216 N. Bdway. 

A. B., West Virginia Wesleyan College, 1915 ; Summer Courses, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1915. 

Helen Blair George. Portland, Ore. 1711 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1913. 

Watson Womack Gray. Farmville, Va. 704 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1915. 

Jacob Pearl Greenberg. New York, N. Y. 1707 E. Fairmount Av. 



1016 N. Bdway. 
814 N. Broadway. 
1032 N. Broadway. 

3300 Beech Av. 

1022 N. Broadway. 

700 W. North Av. 

1113 N. Caroline St. 

1300 Eutaw PI. 
1610 E. Biddle St. 

1032 N. Bdway. 



S. B., College of the City of New York 
University, 1914. 



1915 ; Summer Session, Columbia 

606 N. Broadway. 

Binghamton, N. Y. 1727 N. Bdway. 



Seattle, Wash. 

1915. 



Robert Roger Hannon. 

S. B., University of Washington, 

Edward M. Hanrahan, Jr. 

A. B., Cornell University, 1915. 
Frank McCullough Hartsook. Cardington, O. 512 N. Broadway. 



A. B., University of Michigan, 1915. 



152 Medical Department [896 

Ralph David Herlinger. Warren, 0. 1231 N. Caroline St. 

S. B., Hobart College, 1915. 

Harold Leonard Higgins. Boston, Mass. 1702 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1907. 

Champneys Holt Holmes. Macon, Ga. 512 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1915. 

Paul Roscoe Holtz. Frederick. 1529 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1915. 

Lois Hubbard. Welles ley Hills, Mass. 102 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1915. 

Cyril Christopher Hussey. Sidney, O. 1538 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Ohio University, 1915. 

Washington Conner Huyler. Tenafly, N. J. 521 N. Wolfe St. 
S. B., Columbia University, 1915. 

George Sutton Johnston. Grand Rapids, Mich. 1814 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1915 ; Medical Student, ibid, 1915-1916. 

Robert Alexander Johnston. Tuskegee, Ala. 606 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Alabama, 1915. 

Hugh Wilson Josephs. Newport, R. I. 1021 Cathedral St. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1914 ; Graduate Student, ibid., 1914-1915. 

H. Dabney Kerr. Catonsville. 527 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1916 ; Medical Student, ibid., 1914-1916. 

Frank Bergner Kindell. Bradford, O. 606 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1915. 

Howard Athos Kinnaman. Bowling Green, Ky. 420 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Earlham College, 1915. 

William Minster Kunkel. Harrisburg, Pa. 820 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1915. 

Lucille Liberles. Baltimore. 2347 Eutaw PI. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1916. 

Ferdinand Christian Liebebknecht. Baltimore. 

A. B., Cornell University, 1915. 1909 W. Baltimore St. 

Richard Sherman Lyman. Hartford, Ct. 606 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1913 ; Graduate Student, Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology and Harvard University, 1913-1915. 

Birkhead Macgowan. Knoxville, Tenn. 1252 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Tennessee, 1915. 

Cleon Carl Mason. Long Beach, Cal. 518 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Grinnell College, 1909. 

William McIntosh. Oberlin, O. 1027 N. Garolme St. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1915, and A. M., 1915. 



897] Students 153 

Laura Mary Moench. Gowanda, N. Y. 101 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1914 ; Medical Student, Cornell University, 1915-16. 

John Merrell Monfort. Cartersville, Ga. 1022 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Emory University, 1915. 

Doris Audrey Murray. St. John, New Brims. 1113 N. Caroline St. 
A. B., McGill University, 1915. 

Luther Kyner Musselman. Gettysburg, Pa. 420 N. Broadway. 

S. B. f Pennsylvania College, 1915. 

Norman Clive Nicholson. Baltimore. 612 N. Gilmor St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Joseph Grant O'Brien, Jr. Butte, Mont. 1623 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. Francis Xavier's College, 1914. 

Alexander Thomas Ormond, Jr. Grove City, Pa. 1821 N. Bdway. 
A. B., Princeton University, 1912. 

Charles Edwards Parsons. Colorado Springs, Colo. 1604 N. Bdway. 
A. B., Amherst College, 1913, and Colorado College, 1914. 

John Rodman Paul. Philadelphia, Pa. 21 E. Mt. Vernon PI. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1916. 

Dalton Gordon Paxman. Hamilton, N. D. 1613 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., University of North Dakota, 1914. 

Anna Platt. Baltimore. 1109 N. Charles St. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1909 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1914-16. 

Robert Emmet Purcell. Shamokin, Pa. 1808 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1915. 

Anne Peril Purdy. Waterboro, Quebec. Ill Jackson PI 

A. B., McGill University, 1915. 

Arnold Rice Rich. Birmingham, Ala. 1614 E. Biddle St. 

A. B. and A. M., University of Virginia, 1915. 

William Francis Rienhoff, Jr. Springfield, Mo. 510 N. Broadway. 
A. B., Cornell University, 1915- 

George Davis Rowe. Fredericksburg, Va. 1028 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Fredericksburg College, 1910 ; S. B., Wake Forest College, 1916 ; Med- 
ical Student, ibid., 1914-1916. 

Benjamin Sacks. Baltimore. 1707 E. Fairmount Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Irwin Clement Schumacher. Yuba City, Cal. 428 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of California, 1915. 

Atala Thayer Scudder. Brooklyn, N. Y. 1113 N. Caroline St 
A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1915. 



154: Medical Department [898 

George Salvadore Stevenson. Vineland, N. J. 1029 N. Bdway. 
S. B., Bucknell University, 1915. 

Bessie Talbot Strongman. Brookline, Mass. 127 Jackson PI. 

S. B. f University of Chicago, 1916. 

Frank Carleton Thomas. Roanoke, Va. 234 Laurens St. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1915. 

Madge DeGrofft Thurlow. Philadelphia, Pa. 1509 E. North Av. 
A. B., Goucher College, 1914. 

Claud Irving Uhler. Baltimore. 605 N. Carrollton Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Allen Fiske Voshell. Lutherville. 2102 Eutaw PI. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1915. 

Emanuel U. Wallerstein. Richmond, Va. 1302 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1914. 

Leslie Tillotson Webster. Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 1611 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Amherst College, 1915. 

George Huntington Williams. Baltimore. 803 Cathedral St. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1915. 

Judson Thomas Williams. Colo. Springs, Colo. 806 N. Broadway. 
A. B., Colorado College, 1915. 

Henry Stuart Willis. High Point, N. C. 1209 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1914. 

Henry Morgan Winans. Denver, Colo. 907 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1916 ; Medical Student, ibid., 1915- 
1916. 

H. Garner Wright. Seattle, Wash. 606 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of Washington, 1913 ; Medical Student, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1914-1915. 

Mark S. Young. Allentown, Pa. 1029 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Muhlenberg College, 1915. 

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Third Year 
Clement Harrisse Arnold. San Francisco, Cal. 614 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Stanford University, 1910 ; Medical Student, ibid., 1914-1916. 

John Ward Baylor. Wardeil, Va. 606 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1914. 



899] Students 155 

Habby Edwin Blaib. Hagerstown. 1529 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Weitern Maryland College, 1914. 

Herman John Bollingeb. Toledo, 0. 1519 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Heidelberg University (Ohio), 1914. 

David Thomas Bowden, Jb. Passaic, N. J. 1118 Madison Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Albebt Howell Bbewsteb. Atlanta, Ga. 1254 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1914. 

Fbiedmann Holmes Cathball. West Pittston, Pa. 606 N. Bdway. 
S. B., Bucknell University, 1914. 

Richard Gilmoee Coblentz. Baltimore. 410 N. Calhoun St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Fbank Davies Conbot. Collowhee, N. C. 606 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1914. 

Edgab Mobtimee Day. Pittsburgh, Pa. 420 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1914. 

John Lanahan Dobsey. Baltimore. 1107 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Bevebly Douglas. Nashville, Tenn. 1622 E. Biddle St. 

Litt. B., Princeton University, 1914 ; Medical Student, Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, 1914-1916. 

Ethel Collins Dunham. Hartford, Conn. 105 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914. 

Mabtha May Eliot. Boston, Mass. 105 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Radcliffe College, 1913. 

John Edwaed Elmendoef, Jb. New Brunswick, N. J. 606 N. Bdway. 
A. B„ Rutgers College, 1914. 

Fbedeeic Eugene Basil Foley. St. Paul, Minn. 1316 Eutaw PI. 
Ph. B., Yale University, 1918. 

Laweence Stokes Ftjlleb. Laurens, S. C. 512 N. Broadway. 

S. B., University of South Carolina, 1914. 

Leslie Tbacy Gagee. Norwich, Conn. 512 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Yale University, 1914. 

Hildegabde Catheeine Gebmann. Quincy, 111. 1711 Fairmount Av. 
A. B., Vassar College, 1913. 

Laweence Getz. Baltimore. 1111 W. Lanvale St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Ralph Kalb Ghoemley. Tacoma, Wash. 606 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Whitworth College, 1914. 

Blaine Randolph Goldsbeeey. Athens, O. 1231 N. Caroline St. 
S. B., Ohio University, 1914. 



156 Medical Department [900 

John Summerfield Green, Jr. Baltimore County. Oittings. 

S. B., Lafayette College, 1914. 

Harry La Verne Griffith. Columbus, O. 512 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Ohio State University, 1914. 

Garland Melvin Harwood. Richmond, Va. 1021 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Richmond College, 1914. 

Nathan Bernard Herman. Baltimore. Granada Apts. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Rolfe Louis Hillman. St. Paul, Va. 1228 N. Eden St. 

A. B., Emory and Henry College, 1914. 

Royal Lee Hobbs. Reisterstown. 1731 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1914. 

Robert Wright Houseal. Newberry, S. C. 1612 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Newberry College, 1911 ; A. M., University of Virginia, 1913. 

John Gardiner Huck. Baltimore. Homewood Apts. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913, and Graduate student, 1913-1914. 

Walter Hughson. Morganton, N. C. 510 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1914. 

John Edabduel Huiskamp. Baltimore. 913 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1898 ; Columbia University, 1912-13. 

S. Lloyd Johnson. Masontown, Pa. 1622 E. Biddle St. 

A. B., Goshen College, 1914. 

Carl Fred Jordan. Burlington, la. 1328 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1914. 

John Albert Key. St. Petersburg, Fla. 606 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1913 ; Medical Student, Johns Hopkins 
University, 1913-1915. 

Linwood Dickens Keyser. Roanoke, Va. 606 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Virginia, 1914. 

Joseph Hiram Kite. Elkton, Va. 1201 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1914. 

Janina Constance Klecan. Portland, Ore. 529 N. Wolfe St. 

Gymnasium Lemberg, Austria, 1903 ; Medical Student, Lemberg, Cracow 
University, 1904-1908 ; Vienna, Austria, 1910-1912. 

Amos Ralph Koontz. Stanley, Va. 1254 N. Broadway. 

A. B., and S. B., College of William and Mary, 1910, and A. M., 1911. 

Louis Frederick Krumrein. Baltimore. 722 N. Kenwood Av. 

A. B., George Washington University, 1914. 

Clifford M. Lane. Washington, Pa. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

Carlisle Sanford Lentz. Omaha, Neb. 318 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Creighton College, 1914. 



901] Students 157 

Charles Sumner Levy. Baltimore. 2913 O'Donnell St. 

A. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

Jennings Sipe Lincoln. Graham, Va. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Elon College, 1911 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1913-1914. i 

Edwin Scott Linton. Washington, Pa. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

Albert Smith McCowan. Lexington, Va. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1910. 

William Frank McFee. Concord, Tenn. 1032 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Tennessee, 1914. 

Joseph Watson Martindale. Camden, N. J. 420 N. Broadway. 
Ph. B., Yale University, 1913. 

John Gaston Mateer. Wooster, 0. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Wooster, 1911. 

William Frederick Mayer. Johnstown, Pa. 510 2V. Broadway. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1914. 

Gilbert Edison Meekins. Cambridge. 1308 N. Chester St. 

A B., Washington College, 1913 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins Univer- 
sity, 1913-1914. 

Frank Robert Menagh. Denison, la. 512 N. Broadway. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1914. 

Edith S. Michael. New York, N. Y. 145 Jackson PI. 

A. B., Lyceum Fliegelmann, Vienna, 1911 ; Graduate Student, Universities 
of Lausanne and Paris, 1912-1914. 

John Chalmers Montgomery. Coldwater, Mich. 810 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1914 and A. M., 1915 ; Medical student, ibid., 
1913-1914. 

Hugh Jackson Morgan. Nashville, Tenn. 1622 E. Biddle St. 

S. B., Vanderbilt University, 1915 ; Medical Student, ibid., 1914-1916. 

Israel William Nachlas. Baltimore. 22 S. High St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

William Dove Noble. Preston. 1254 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1914. 

Ella Oppenheimer. Washington, D. C. 1113 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1914. 

Katherine Pardee. New York, N. Y. 1713 Fair mount Av. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1912 ; Graduate Student, Cornell University, 1913- 
1914. 

Wilder Graves Penfield. Hudson, Wis. 923 N. Broadway. 

Litt. B., Princeton University, 1913 ; Medical Student, Harvard, Columbia, 
Oxford, London, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 1914-1916. 



158 Medical Department [902 

Daniel Phythyon. West Middlesex, Pa. 529 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B. f Westminster College (Pa.), 1914. 

Clarence Chipley Porter. Baltimore. 2054 Woodberry Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

John Paul Kankin. Elyria, O. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1914. 

Clarence Albert Eansom. Washington, D. C. 420 N. Bdway. 

S. B„ Fargo College, 1914. 

Elizabeth Mintie Reese. Gwynnbrook. Gwynnbrook. 

A. B., Goueher College, 1908 ; Summer Courses, Johns Hopkins University, 

1911 and 1912. 

Lyle Barnes Rich. Willow City, N. Dak. 1613 £7. Biddle St. 

A. B., University of North Dakota, 1914. 

Ina May Richter. Santa Barbara, Cal. 1113 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Bryn Mawr College, 1908 ; Summer sessions, University of California, 

1912 and 1918. I M 

Robert Rosen. Detroit, Mich. 1029 N. Bdway 

S. B., Michigan Agricultural College, 1913. 

Emmett Orren Rushing. San Angelo, Tex. 420 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1913. 

Louis Sachs. Baltimore. 1404 E. Fayette St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

William Justus Merle Scott. Cleveland, O. 1637 Ashland Av. 

A. B., Oberlin College, 1914. 

Harold Clinks c ales Shirley. Honea Path, S. C. 

S. B., Military College of South Carolina, 1918 ; A. M., University of South 
Carolina, 1914. 1020 N. Broadway. 

Woodruff Smith. Baltimore. 6 W. Read St. 

A. B., Williams College, 1914. 

John Deane Southworth. Glendale, O. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Kenyon College, 1911 ; Medical Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1911-1913. 

Edward D. Spalding. Detroit, Mich. 521 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1914. 

Horace Gentry Stewart. Gallipolis, O. 503 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1914. 



903] Students 159 

Phebe Stone. New York, N. Y. 632 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Goucher College, 1914. 

Elmer Raymond Stump. Atlanta, Ga. 606 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1912. 
Ralph Easterday Swarts. Arkansas City, Kans. 

A. B., University of Kansas, 1914. 140 Montelello Terr. 

Karl Hart Tannenbaum. Crawfordsville, Ind. 1626 E. Biddle St. 
A. B., Wabash College, 1914. 

Van Notes Verplanck. So. Manchester, Conn. 518 N. Bdioay. 

A. B., Yale University, 1914. 

Harvey Bryan Wadsworth. Cove City, N. C. 606 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1909 ; Medical Student, ibid., 1914-16. 

Charles Edward Wagner. Lock Haven, Pa. 518 N. Bdway. 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1914. 

James Alto Ward. Hartford, Ala. 1519 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Howard College, 1914. 

Lawson Wilkins. Baltimore. 6 N. Broadivay. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1914. 

LeGrand Woolley. Salt Lake City, Utah. 1007 E. Chase St. 

A. B., University of Utah, 1911 ; Medical Student, University of California, 
1914-1916. 

Rodes Estill Yager. Georgetown, Ky. 1626 E. Biddle St. 

S. B., Georgetown College (Ky.), 1913. 

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Fourth Year 

James Burns Amberson, Jr. Waynesboro, Pa. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1913. 1222 N. Caroline St. 

James Kerr Anderson. Pittsburgh, Pa. 420 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

Walter Thomas Anderson. Washington, Pa. 420 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

John Herman Baird. Newark, O. 1119 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., Kenyon College, 1913. 

Horace McMurran Banks. Shepherdstown, W. Va. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1913. 1338 A 7 . Eden St. 

Burton Elias Belcher. St. Petersburg, Fla. 806 N. Bdway 

S. B. t Florida State College, 1905. 



160 Medical Department [904 

William Campbell Blake. Birmingham, Ala. 1627 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Howard College, 1913. 

Irene M. Blanchaed. Normal, 111. 1731 Fairmount Av. 

A. B., University of Michigan, 1898. 

Leo Beady. Baltimore. 804 St. Paul St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

*Kowland Sill Briggs. Sacramento, Cal. 716 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of California, 1913 ; Medical Department, ibid., 1912-14. 

William Lewis Brosius, Jr. Gallatin, Mo. 420 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1915 ; Medical student, ibid., 1913-1915. 

G. Bedford Brown, Jr. Georgetown, Ky. 518 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Georgetown College, 1912, and Yale University, 1913. 

Hugh Max Bullard. Newberry, Pa. 1029 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1913. 

Curle Latimer Callander. Fargo, N. D. 520 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Harvard University, 1913. 

Alice Berry Carroll. Columbus, O. 1739 Fairmount Av. 

S. B., Ohio State University, 1911 ; Medical Dept., University of Wisconsin, 
1912-1913. 

John Meynard Carter. Columbia, Mo. 420 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 1914, and A. M., 1915 ; Medical student, 
ibid., 1912-1915. 

George Arthur Clark. Holyoke, Mass. 518 N. Bdway. 

S. B., Hamilton College, 1913. 

Hallie Marguerite Clark. Poxbury, N. Y. 104 Jackson PI. 

S. B., Syracuse University, 1912. 

Herman Porter Davidson. Lexington, Va. 923 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Washington and Lee University, 1913. 

Wilburt Cornell Davison. Brooklyn, N. Y. 923 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1913, B. A., Oxon., 1915 ; B. Sc. Oxon. 1916 ; 
Medical Student, Oxford University, 1913-1916. 

Karl Herman Doege. Marshfield, Wis. 518 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1914, and Medical Department, 1912-1914. 

Howard Philip Doub. Beaver Creek. 606 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1913. 

Raymond Durstan Fear. Holland Patent, N. Y. 606 N. Bdway. 
A. B., Hamilton College, 1913. 

Hubert William Fowle. Baltimore. 305 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Williams College, 1910. 



* For one trimester only. 



905] 



Students 



161 



Morris Frishman. 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 140 N. Broadway. 



S. B., University of Pittsburgh, 1913. 
Herman Anderson Gailey. Cardiff. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1913. 

Thomas Owen Gamble. Jasper, Ala. 

S. B., University of Alabama, 1912. 

Leslie Newton Gay. Shamokin, Pa. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1913. 

Gordan Lewis Groover, Jr. Savannah, 

1912 



A. B., Washington and 
Hopkins University, 



Lee University, 
1912-13. 



1330 N. Caroline St. 

1627 N. Broadway. 

518 N. Broadway. 



Ga. 512 N. Bdvoay. 

Graduate Student, Johns 



Ruth Alline Guy. 

A. B., Barnard College, 1912. 

George Edward Webb Hardy, Jr. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 

Frank Wilbur Hartman. 

A. B.. Knox College, 1913. 

*George William Henry. 



New York, N. Y. Ill Jackson PI. 



Baltimore. 
1913. 

Elliott, la. 



1202 N. Eden St. 



520 N. Broadway. 



Oswego, N. Y. 1505 N. Caroline St. 



A. B., Wesleyan University (Conn.), 1912. 



Robert Val Hoffman. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1011 

Leslie Benjamin Hohman. 

A. B., University of Missouri, 
Chicago, 1913. 

Sarah Ernestine Howard. 

A. B., Wellesley College, 1911. 

Waddie Pennington Jackson. 



Hagerstown. 512 N. Broadway. 

Kansas City, Mo. 1026 N. Bdway. 
1912 ; Graduate Student, University of 



Boston, Mass. 



A. B., Randolph-Macon College, 1910 
eity, 1912. 



South Hill, Va. 
Summer School, 



111 Jackson PL 

512 N. Bdway. 
Columbia Univer- 



1823 Madison Av. 



510 N. Broadway. 
101 W. Franklin St. 



Louis Llewellyn Jacobs. Norfolk, Va. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

John Hall Janney, Jr. Brookeville. 

S. B., Earlham College, 1913. 

Robert Wilkinson Johnson, Jr. Baltimore. 
A. B., Princeton University, 1912. 

Joseph W. Ketzky. Montgomery, Ala. 2115 Callow Av. 

S. B., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1912. 

Merle William King. Baltimore. 1429 E. Preston St. 

A. B., Allegheny College, 1908 ; Summer School, Cornell University, 1911, 
and Johns Hopkins University, 1913-1914. 



For one trimester only. 



162 Medical Department [906 

John Christian Koch. Athens, Ga. 817 N. Lakewood Av. 

S. B., University of Georgia, 1904. 

Alfred C. Kolls. La Crosse, Wis. 103 W. Monument St. 

S. B., University of Wisconsin, 1914, and M. S., 1915 ; and Medical student, 
1911-1914. 

Harry Linden. Baltimore. 423 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1912. 

Frederick Hamilton Linthicum. Baltimore. 4006 Forest Av. 

A. B., Loyola College, 1912 ; Graduate Student, Johns Hopkins University, 
1912-1913. 

Coen L. Luckett. Terre Haute, Ind. 606 N. Broadway. 

A. B., University of Illinois, 1914, and Medical Department, 1912-1914. 

James Shearer McCartney, Jr. Washington, Pa. 420 N. Bdivay. 
A. B., Washington and Jefferson College, 1913. 

Frederick Francis McGauley. Schenectady, N. Y. 

S. B., Union College, 1912. 1201 N. Caroline St. 

Claude Vincent McMeen. Enola, Pa. 1338 N. Eden St. 

Ph. B., Dickinson College, 1913. 

Morley Daniel McNeal. Cherokee, la. 1031 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., State University of Iowa, 1913. 

Hubert Melville Mann. Schenectady, N. Y. 1044 N. Bdivay. 

A. B., Union College, 1913. 

Eli Kennerly Marshall, Jr. Baltimore. 33 E. Mt. Vernon PI. 
S. B., College of Charleston, 1908 ; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University, 1911. 

Karl Henry Martzloff. Portland, Ore. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Oregon, 1913. 

Katharine Krom Merritt. Stamford, Conn. Ill Jackson PI. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1908. 

Gilbert Richard Micklethwaite. Portsmouth, O. 

S. B., Ohio University, 1913. 1231 N. Caroline St. 

Frederick A. Miller. Hagerstown. 606 N. Broadway. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1912. 

Theodore Sidney Mo'i'se, Jr. Savannah, Ga. 510 2^. Bdway. 

A. B., University of Georgia, 1913. 

Hubert Maurice Nicholson. Muskogee, Okla. 806 N. Bdivay. 
S. B., University of Oklahoma, 1912 ; Medical Student, Johns Hopkins Uni- 
versity, 1912-1914. 

Edward Novak. Baltimore. 2003 Jefferson St. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

Louis Ernest Payne, Jr. Leonardtown. 1505 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1912. 



907] Students 163 

DeLos Schuyler Pulford, Jr. Tacorna, Wash. 510 N. Bdway. 
S. B., Trinity College (Conn.), 1912. 

Ralph Louis Reber. Reading, Pa. 1611 E. Biddle St. 

Ph. B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1913. 

John L. Rice. New Haven, Conn. 529 N. Wolfe St. 

S. B., Wesleyan University (Conn.), 1912. 

Irl Cephas Riggin. Windsor, Va. 420 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Western Maryland College, 1913. 

Bertram Julian Sanger. Waco, Tex. 1201 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., University of Texas, 1913. 

Edwin William Schultz. Lomira, Wis. Granada Apts. 

S. B., Winona College of Agriculture, 1913 ; A. B., University of Michigan, 
1914, and Medical Department, 1913-14. 

Robert G. Sharp. Chula Vista, Cal. 812 N. Bdway. 

S. B., University of California, 1911, M. S., 1913, Ph. D., 1914, and Medi- 
cal Student, 1911-14; University of Utah, 1914-15. 

Joseph Pardoe Shearer. Milton, Pa. 420 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Bucknell University, 1913. 

James Winn Sherrill. Temple, Tex. 606 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Baylor University, 1913. 

George Marsden Shipton. Pitts field, Mass. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Williams College, 1913. 

David Nathaniel Shulman. Baltimore. 1801 N. Fulton Av. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins University, 1913. 

Eben Elliott Smith. Dillsboro, Ind. 1637 Ashland Av. 

S. B., Moore's Hill College, 1913. 

Merrill Clary Sosman. Chillicothe, O. 529 N. Wolfe St. 

A. B., University of Wisconsin, 1913. 

Richard Henry Staehle. Newark, N. J. 1201 N. Caroline St. 

S. B., Princeton University, 1913. 

Frank Williams John Stafford. Detroit, Mich. 420 N. Bdway. 
A. B., University of Michigan, 1914 ; Medical Student, Ibid., 1913-1915. 

Robert Bond Stewart. Toronto, Ont. 1412 N. Eden St. 

A. B., University of Toronto, 1905, A. M., 1906, and B. Sc, 1909. 

John Louis Stifel. Pittsburgh, Pa. 518 N. Broadway. 

A. B.. Harvard University, 1913. 

Cyrus Cress y Sturgis. Pendleton, Ore. 3209 N. Charles St. 

S. B., University of Washington, 1913. 

William Shakespeare Summers. Columbia, Mo. 420 N. Bdway. 

A. B. and S. B., University of Missouri, 1914, A. M., 1915, and Medical 
Student, 1912-14. 



164 Medical Department [908 

Mark Hopkins Tibbetts. Shirland, 111. 1637 Ashland Av. 

S. B., Parsons College, 1912. 

William Smith Tillett. Charlotte, N. C. 428 N. Bdway. 

A. B., University of North Carolina, 1913. 

Max Tischler. Wilkes- Barre, Pa. 1613 E. Biddle St. 

Ph. B., Lafayette College, 1913. 

ISTiall Franklin Twigg. Cumberland. 1330 N. Caroline St. 

A. B., St. John's College, 1913. 

Margaret Tyler. Newton Centre, Mass. 511 N. Wolfe St. 

A. B., Mt. Holyoke College, 1913. 

Hobart Sanford Van Nostrand. Little Neck, N. Y. 518 N. Bdway. 
S. B., Colgate University, 1913. 

Isabel Mary Wason. Lowell, Ind. Ill Jackson PI. 

A. B., The Western College for Women, 1911. 

Robert Alexander Webb, Jr. Louisville, Ky. 512 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Southwestern Presbyterian University, 1910 ; Graduate Student, Johns 
Hopkins University, 1910-1913. 

John Bonar White. Abbeville, S. C. 518 N. Bdway. 

A. B., Davidson College, 1910. 

George Richard Wilkinson. Baltimore. 518 N. Broadway. 

S. B., Davidson College, 1912. 

Frank Dallam Worthington. Bel Air. 510 N. Broadway. 

A. B., Princeton University, 1918. 

Mary Wright. Great Barrington, Mass. 511 N. Wolfe St. 

A. B., Vassar College, 1911. 

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SUMMARY 

First year 90 

Second year 90 

Third year 87 

Fourth year 92 

359 



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Students 



165 



Geographical Distribution of Students Enrolled and 
Their Places of Graduation 



Alabama 6 

Arkansas 1 

California 7 

Colorado 5 

Connecticut 10 

District of Columbia 2 

Florida 3 

Georgia 11 

Illinois 4 

Indiana 10 

Iowa 6 

Kansas 1 

Kentucky 8 

Louisiana 1 

Maine 2 

Maryland (Baltimore, 48)... 74 

Massachusetts 12 

Michigan 6 

Minnesota 1 

Missouri 5 

Montana 1 

Nebraska 2 

Alabama Polytechnic Inst .... 2 

Alabama, University of 2 

Albright College 1 

Allegheny College 1 

Amherst College 2 

Arkansas, University of 1 

Barnard College 1 

Bates College 1 

Baylor University 1 

Bowdoin College 1 

Brown University 4 

Bryn Mawr College 6 

Bucknell University 4 

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New Jersey 8 

New Mexico 1 

New York 28 

North Carolina 7 

North Dakota 6 

Ohio 23 

Oklahoma 1 

Oregon 4 

Pennsylvania 37 

Rhode Island 4 

South Carolina 6 

Tennessee 6 

Texas 7 

Utah 1 

Virginia 27 

Washington 4 

West Virginia 3 

Wisconsin 5 

Foreign 

Canada 3 



California, University of ... . 3 

Catholic Univ. of America . . 1 

Chicago, University of 1 

Clark College 1 

Colgate University 1 

College of City of N. Y 1 

Colorado College 1 

Columbia University 1 

Cornell University 5 

Creighton University 1 

Davidson College 5 

Denison University 1 

De Pauw University 2 



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Dickinson College 3 

Earlham College 2 

Elon College 1 

Emory University 4 

Emory and Henry College.. 2 

Fargo College 2 

Florida State College 1 

Franklin and Marshall Coll. . 4 

Georgetown College ( Ky. ) . . . 3 

Georgia, University of 6 

George Washington Univ.... 1 

Goshen College 1 

Goucher College 5 

Grinnell College 2 

Hamilton College 2 

Hampden- Sidney Coll 2 

Harvard University 8 

Haverf ord College 1 

Heidelberg Univ. (0.) 1 

Hobart College 1 

Howard College 2 

Illinois, University of 1 

Indiana University 1 

Iowa, University of 4 

Johns Hopkins University ... 33 

Kansas, University of 1 

Kentucky Univ. of 2 

Kenyon College 2 

Knox College 1 

Lafayette College 5 

Lausanne, University of ... . 1 

Lebanon Valley College 1 

Leland Stanford Jr. Univ. . . 2 

Lemberg Gymnasium 1 

Louisiana State University.. 1 

Loyola College 2 

McGill University 2 

Marietta College 1 

Mass. Inst, of Technology ... 2 

Miami University 1 

Michigan, University of 8 

Michigan Agric. Coll 1 

Missouri, University of 4 

Moore's Hill College 1 



Muhlenberg College 2 

Mt. Holyoke College 1 

Nebraska, University of ... . 1 

North Carolina, Univ. of ... . 4 

North Dakota, Univ. of 2 

Oberlin College 3 

Occidental College 1 

Ohio State University 2 

Ohio University 4 

Oklahoma, University of ... . 1 

Oregon, University of 2 

Parson's College (la.) 1 

Pennsylvania College 1 

Pennsylvania, University of. 1 

Pittsburgh, University of ... . 2 

Pomona College 1 

Princeton University 19 

Radcliffe College 1 

Randolph-Macon College .... 6 

Richmond College 3 

Roanoke College 2 

Rochester Univ 2 

Rock Hill College 1 

Rutgers College 1 

Simmons College 1 

Smith College 1 

South Carolina, Univ. of ... . 3 

Southw'tn Presbyterian Univ. 1 

Southwestern Univ 1 

St. Francis Xavier College . . 1 

St. John's Coll. (Annapolis). 9 

Syracuse University 1 

Tennessee, University of 2 

Texas, University of 5 

Toronto, University of 1 

Trinity College (Conn.) 2 

Union College 2 

Utah, University of 1 

Vanderbilt University 1 

Vassar College 9 

Virginia, University of 7 

Wabash College 3 

Wake Forest College 1 

Washington, University of . . . 3 



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Students 



167 



Washington College 

Washington & Jefferson Coll 
Washington and Lee Univ 

Wellesley College 

Wesleyan Univ. (Conn.) . 
Wesleyan Univ. (Ky. ) . . . 
Wesleyan Univ. ( Ohio ) . . 
Wesleyan Univ. (W. Va.) 
Western College for Women 
Western Maryland College.. 



Westminster College ( Pa. ) . . 2 

West Virginia University ... 1 

Whitworth College 1 

William and Mary, Coll. of . . 1 

Williams College 6 

Wisconsin, University of ... . 5 

Wittenberg College 1 

Wooster, University of 1 

Yale University 9 



PHYSICIANS ATTENDING GRADUATE COURSES 
DURING 1915-1916 



William F. Adams. Mercersburg, Pa. 

M. D., University of Toronto, 1902. Medicine. 

Robert G. Blaine. Washington, D. C. 

M. D., Georgetown University, 1907. G astro-Intestinal Diseases. 

Eleanor T. Calverley. York, Pa. 

M. D., Woman's Medical College (Phila.), 1908. Medicine and Pediatrics. 

Francis L. Dunham. Boston, Mass. 

A. B., University of Vermont, 1894, and M. D., 1897 ; A. M., Clark 
University, 1915. Psychiatry. 

Henry Hayes. Washington, D. C 

M. D., Georgetown University, 1889. Gastro-Intestinal Diseases. 

George R. Irving. Dunkirk, N. Y. 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1912. Urology. 

Walter W. Jones. Jordan Valley, Ore. 

M. D., State University of Iowa, 1903. Medicine. 

Peter Ching Kiang. Hankow, China. 

M. D., University of Pennsylvania, 1915. Pediatrics and Pharmacology. 

Thomas L. Long. Cherokee, la. 

M. D., University of Iowa, 1905. Psychiatry. 

W. Boykin Lyles. Spartanburg, S. C. 

M. D., Medical College of Virginia (Richmond), 1904. Urology and X-Ray. 

Lewis Michelson. San Francisco, Cal. 

M. D., Cooper Medical College, 1907. Urology. 

William C. Moore. Washington, D. C. 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1902. Medicine. 

George Nathanson. Sydney, N. S. 

M. D., Bellevue Hospital Medical College, 1914. Medicine, Gastro-Intestinal 
Diseases, Pediatrics, X-Ray, Nose and Throat. 

John W. Preston. Roanoke, Va. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1893. Medicine and 
Gastro-Intestinal Diseases. 

Joseph J. Reilly. St. Louis, Mo. 

M. D., St. Louis University, 1912. X-Ray Diagnosis. 

Solomon Reina. Baltimore, 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1913. Pathology. 

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Har ry R. Schreibeb. Washington, D. C. 

M. D., Georgetown University, 1907. Pediatrics and Medicine. 

Joseph Schwabz. Mobile, Ala. 

M. D., Tulane University, 1901. Gastro-Intestinal Diseases. 

Isaac G. Shirkey. Charleston, W. Va. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Bait.), 1914. Medicine. 

John A. Snell. Soochow, China. 

M. D., Vanderbilt University, 1908. X-Ray Diagnosis. 

Mary Stone. China. 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1896. Medicine. 

William E. Thompson. Chillicothe, Mo. 

M. D., Barnes University (St. Louis), 1905. Gastro-Intestinal Diseases and 
Tuberculosis. 

M. Kemper Willoughby. Geneva, N. Y. 

M. D., Baltimore Medical College, 1901. Gastro-Intestinal Diseases. 

Charles E. Wooding. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1905. X-Ray Diagnosis. 

Walter J. Wright. Ypsilanti, Mich. 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1898. Pediatrics and Gastro-Intestinal Dis- 
eases. 

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PHYSICIANS ATTENDING SUMMER COURSES, 

1916 



Samuel H. Allen. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Balto.), 1890. Full Course. 

George W. Anglin. Warsaw, Ind. 

M. D., Northwestern University, 1905. Full Course. 

William G. Atwood. Carrolton, Md. 

M. D., Washington University (St. Louis), 1911. Full Course. 

Frank J. Ayd. Baltimore, Md. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Balto.), 1914. Pediatrics. 

Jane North Baldwin. Rutland, Va. 

M. D., Cornell University Medical School, 1900. Full Course. 

Lena A. Benjamin. Bradford, Pa. 

M. D., University of Michigan, 1899. Full Course. 

Gordon Benson. Richland Center, Wis. 

M. D., Rush Medical College, 1904. Full Course. 



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Elmee G. Braddock. Lewiston, Idaho. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Balto.), 1909. Gynecology. 

Oscab C. Caesson. Lewiston, Idaho. 

M. D., St. Louis University, 1908. Urology. 

H. Spubgeon Chebby. Center Hill, Fla. 

M. D., University of Alabama, 1908. Full Course. 

John F. Couetney. Lockport, 111. 

M. D., Hahnemann Medical School (Chicago), 1894. Full Course. 

Eele 0. Daniels. Marion, Ind. 

M. D., Indiana University, 1906. Full Course. 

Ebnest E. Davis. Avon, 111. 

M. D., Northwestern University Medical School, 1900. Full Course. 

Michael P. De Boe. Cocoa, Fla. 

M. D., University College of Medicine (Richmond), 1908. Nose and Throat. 

J. Maxey Dell. Gainesville, Fla. 

M. D., Emory University, 1902. Pediatrics. 

Louis S. Dunn. Chester, Pa. 

M. D., Medical and Chirurgical College (Phila.), 1907. Full Course. 

Feanklin H. Ebb. Baltimore, Md. 

M. D., Southern Homeopathic Medical College, 1902. Urology. 

Maude L. Ethebedge. Meridian, Minn. 

M. D., Loyola University (Chicago), 1911. Full Course. 

PvUPEBT H. Flke. Spartanburg, S. C. 

M. D., Lincoln Memorial University (Tenn.), 1912. X-Ray Diagnosis. 

John N. Geigee. LaSalle, 111. 

M. D., Loyola University, 1914. Full Course. 

William D. Haden. Charlottesville, Va. 

M. D., University of Virginia, 1910. Urology. 

John A. Hembeee. Danville, Ga. 

M. D., Georgia College of Electic Medicine and Surgery, 1905. Pediatrics. 

John W. Hebmetet. Macomb, 111. 

M. D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1896. Surgical Course. 

Feedeeick E. Hesseb. Baltimore, Md. 

M. D., Southern Homeopathic Medical College, 1904. Pediatrics. 

J. Harbison Hodges. Gainesville, Fla. 

M. D., College of Physicians and Surgeons (Balto.), 1888. Nose and Throat. 

Chables E. Hyde. Southport, Conn. 

M. D., Yale Medical College, 1910. Full Course. 

Raymond D. Jamieson. La Crosse, Wis. 

M. D., Marquette University, 1913. X-Ray Diagnosis. 






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Harry G. Jones. Baltimore, Md. 

M. D., Southern Homeopathic Medical College, 1905. Percussion and Auscul- 
tation. 

Ernest L. Kalbfleisch. Newton, Kan. 

S. B., University of St. Louis, 1912 ; M. D., Columbia University (N. Y.), 
1916. Surgical Course. 

Harry S. Keister. Monongah, W. Va. 

M. D., Chicago College of Medicine and Surgery, 1911. Full Course. 

Marion A. Kirklin. River Falls, Ala. 

M. D., University of Alabama, 1913. Full Course. 

Paul M. Krall. Kansas City,